BioM: Plummer, Alice (1942)
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----Sources: : Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wis.) 07/01/1942

Plummer, Alice (27 JUN 1942)

A navy blue sheer dress, worn with white accessories and corsage bouquet of roses and carnations was selected by Miss Alice Plummer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Plummer, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), for her marriage to Vernon Kind, of this city, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kind, Greenwood. The Rev. A.E. Norson performed the ceremony Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the parsonage of the United Lutheran Church at Greenwood.

Miss Donna Mae Kind, sister of the groom, who was maid of honor, was attired in a crepe dress in an old rose shade. Her accessories were white and her flowers were similar to those of the bride.

Kenneth Plummer, the bride’s brother, acted as best man. The bridegroom, his attendant, the father of the bride and father of the groom each wore a carnation boutonniere.

Watching her daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Plummer was dressed in light blue crepe. Mrs. Kind wore a dress in an old rose shade. Each wore a shoulder bouquet of carnations.

A wedding supper was served to 30 relatives and friends at 5:30 o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents. A large white wedding bell suspended from the ceiling, bouquets of garden flowers, and pink, white and blue streamers decorated the dining room. The table centerpiece was a large decorated wedding cake, the base of which was encircled with red roses. In the evening a reception and dance were held at the home.

The bride, a Greenwood High School graduate with the class of ’39, was employed at Barrington, Ill., and for the past six months has been employed at the Korupp Café, Greenwood. The groom, who was graduated from Greenwood High School with the lass of ’41, has been employed since last winter at the Federation cheese warehouse here (Marshfield, Wis.).

Mr. and Mrs. Kind arrived here Monday to make their future home. Their parents, who accompanied them here, have returned to Greenwood.



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