BioM: Minor, Pauline (1941)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Minor, Grambsch, Parker, Bloy, Fischer, Davel, Birge, Zepplin

The Loyal Tribune 19 June 1941

Minor, Pauline (10 JUN 1941)

In a candlelight service at the flower-banked altar of Zion Evangelical Church, Marshfield, June 10 at 7:30 o’clock, Miss Pauline Minor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Minor, Pittsville, exchanged vows with Russel Grambsch, Loyal before the Rev. G. H. Nickell. Mr. Grambsch is the owner of a radio repair service in Marshfield, and his bride taught at the Natwick School near Vesper during the past year.

The bride was given in marriage by her father.

A white satin gown with inserts of lace, a long train, and a sweetheart neckline embroidered with seed pearls was chosen by the bride, and she carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. A cap-effect headdress with seed pearl trim caught her finger-tip veil, which was edged with scallops of lace.

Pastel shades of blue and pink were used in the marquisette gowns of the maid of honor, Miss Rae Minor, and Miss Lorraine Parker, respectively, and lace boleros and tiara headdresses completed their attire. Mixed bouquets were carried by both attendants.

Warren Fischer served as best man and Harold Davel was groomsman. William Birge and Jack Zepplin were ushers. Miss Jeanette Bloy, who played the wedding march from "Lohengrin" and "Mendelssohn’s "Wedding March", wore peach marquisette, and her sister, Miss Ruth Bloy, who sang "O Promise Me." and "Because", was gowned in Aqua marquisette.

A buffet luncheon was served in the church parlors during the reception that followed the ceremony and the bridal couple left on a ten days’ trip to Yellowstone National Park.

Mr. Grambsch was graduated from Loyal High School, and his bride is a graduate of the Pittsville High School and the Wood County Normal School. They will make their home in Marshfield.

Guests at the wedding besides the parents of the bride and groom, included the bride’s grandmother, Mrs. George Reynolds of Pittsville; the groom’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Grambsch; his sister, Miss Ruby Grambsch, Milwaukee, and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grambsch, Loyal, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grambsch, Poy Sippi; Mrs. A. E. Bloy and son James, West Depere; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Platts, Nekoosa, and a large number of relatives and friends and friends of the bride from Pittsville and nearby communities.



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