BioM: Granniss, Joan C. (1967)


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Surnames: Scharenbrock, Granniss, Davis, Bryant, Laine, Brown, Weady, Chernok


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.)   02/09/1967


Granniss, Joan C. (4 FEB 1967)


On Saturday, Feb. 4, 1967, Miss Joan Charlotte Granniss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy M. Granniss, Mulberry Point, Guilford, Conn., became the bride of James Scharenbrock, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Scharenbrock, Sr., Willard (Clark Co.), Wis.  The 1:00 p.m. double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Francis McGlynn in St. George’s Church, Guilford.  Rev. McGlynn was assisted by Rev. Bradford B. Lock, Jr. of Christ Episcopal Church.


The bride was given in marriage by her father.  Mary Bates was the organist.


Matron of honor was Mrs. William W. Davis of Clinton, sister of the bride.  Bridesmaids were: Mrs. John H. Bryant of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; also a sister of the bride; Mrs. Loren Laine, Branford; and Miss Sherry Brown, Madison.


John C. Scharenbrock, Jr., Chicago, Ill; served as best man for his brother.  Ushers were: William W. Davis, Clinton; Louis Weady Jr. and Michael Chernok, both of Guilford.  Junior ushers was Stephen Scharenbrock, Chicago, nephew of the groom.


For her wedding, Miss Granniss chose a gown of white velvet, featuring a front panel of lace and a chapel train.  Her headpiece was a velvet pill box with fingertip veil and she carried a bouquet of white roses and ivy centered with a white orchid.  The bridal attendants wore empire style gowns of green brocade and matching pill box headpieces.  Their bouquets consisted of yellow sweetheart roses and ivy.


A reception was held in the Knights of Columbus Hall, Guilford.  The couple is now on a honeymoon to Florida.



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