BioM: Baumgartner, Anne (1942)

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Surnames: Baumgartner, Sherman, Davis, King, Hannaford

 

----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/20/1942

 

Baumgartner, Anne (3 JUN 1942)

 

On Wednesday, June 3, 1942, Miss Anne Baumgartner exchanged nuptial vows with St. Sgt. Danforth Sherman, at the 36th Armed Infantry Chapel, Camp Polk, La.

 

The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.B. Baumgartner, was gowned in white organza and lace cut on a formal style.  She wore white lace mitts and carried an arm bouquet of white carnations fastened with white lace ribbons.

 

She was attended by Miss Mary Davis, Bethany, La., who wore a pale blue georgette dinner gown and carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations.

 

The groom, St. Sgt. Danforth Sherman, and the best man, 1st Sgt. John L. King, were attired in the uniform of their rank.

 

The Rev. James E. Hannaford, chaplain, read the services in the 36th Armed Infantry Chapel.  Soft music was played throughout the ceremony.  Following the service, the bride and groom were entertained by friends at DeRidder, La.  They will live at Leesville, La. until August.

 

The bride is a graduate of our local high school (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.).  She graduated from Ripon College and attended the Wisconsin University.  She was a Phi Beta Kappa and a member of Kapp Sigma Chi.  For the past two years she has taught at Sturgeon Bay.  Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Sherman of Seymour.  He has been in the armed forces since last June, attaining the rank of staff sergeant.

 

 


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