BioM: Coyle, Olive
Contact: Ken Wood
Surnames: OLDHAM DAHL FOEMMEL
----Sources: Marshfield News Herald Monday 13 May 1963 Page 9
COYLE, OLIVE MARIE May 11 1963
The Rev E. T. Keller of Pittsville officiated at a marriage ceremony Saturday, May 11, at 2 p.m. at Zion Lutheran Church, Granton, during which marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Olive Marie Coyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Coyle, Granton, and Walter Ralph Foemmel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foemmel, Chili.
Mrs. Donald Bartsch and Elsie Garbisch furnished two appropriate selections, "The Lord's Prayer" and "The Wedding Prayer." The church altar was decorated with pink snapdragons, white carnations and orchid and yellow chrysanthemums.
The bride wore a dress of silk organza featuring a sequin trim at the neckline and her fingertip veil was attached to a petalled headpiece. The bridal bouquet included red roses and lily of the valley.
Orchid carnations were carried by the bridal aides, who were Mrs. Marvin Oldham, Neillsville, the matron of honor, and Miss Jo Ann Dahl and Miss Barbara Coyle, Granton, the bridesmaids.
Debra Foemmel and Jack Foemmel, both of Spencer, were the flower girls and ring bearer, respectively. Silas Foemmel was best man; William Bruggeman and Alan Sternitzky, the groomsmen; and Buyrl and Erlin Dahl, the ushers.
The bride is a 1961 graduate of Granton High School and her husband attended Loyal High School. He is a mechanic for North Central Airlines in Minneapolis, Minn., where the Foemmels will reside at 9143 Nicollet Ave. S.
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