BioM: King, Norma
Surnames: King, Day, Nowak, Young
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 08/09/1945
King, Norma Elizabeth (Marriage - 1 Aug. 1945)
Acquaintances of Edwin S. Day of West Allis, a former teacher of economics and Spanish at the Colby, Wis. High School, will be interested to learn of his recent marriage. On Wednesday morning, August 1, he exchanged nuptial vows in the Almond Catholic church with Miss Norman Elizabeth King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles King, town of Rose, Waushara county. The Rev. John F. Nowak celebrated the nuptial mass and performed the double-ring ceremony.
A sister and brother of the bride, Miss Eleanor King and Harold King, attended the couple. Nancy and Jerold Young, niece and nephew of the bride, were flower girl and ring-bearer.
The bride was gowned in white [one line missing] a finger-tip veil with a bandeau beaded in orange blossom design. Completing her ensemble were a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom, and a colonial bouquet of pink roses and fever-few.
Carrying a colonial bouquet of pink snapdragons and fever-few, the bridesmaid wore a light blue taffeta gown. The little flower girl was dressed in a rose-colored taffeta frock and carried a small round bouquet of yellow snapdragons and feverfew.
A luncheon was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young at Almond, a brother in law and sister of the bride, after which the couple left for a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin.
A graduate of Almond high school, Mrs. Day attended the Milwaukee Vocational school and has been employed since by the Allyn Bradley company of Milwaukee.
Mr. Day was graduated from Carroll college and the University of Wisconsin and is affiliated with Phi Theta Phi fraternity. At present he is government allocation clerk at the Allis-Chalmers plant, Milwaukee. The couple will reside at 1331 W. Washington street, Milwaukee.
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