BioM: Cramer, Ermine F. (1947)

Contact: Linda Ewen

Surnames: Cramer, Wyman, Stapel, Naniot, Kellom, Kaiser, DeVillers, Rosseau, Schuh, Van Bellinger, Wiesman, Bruesewitz, Neuman, Walner, Dietsche, Brandt

----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 04/17/1947

Cramer, Ermine F. (1947)


At the Trinity Lutheran Church last Saturday at 2:30 P. M. Miss Ermine F. Cramer of Green Bay was united in marriage ot [sic] Mr. Wm. Wyman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wyman of Green Bay by the Rev. A. C. Stapel.

The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cramer of Spencer, was beautifully gowned in a full length trained frock of white slipper satin with a bodice and long sleeves ending in points over the hands. A white silk ninon yoke met at the shoulders by a rolled collar caught with a clasp of peals, walked to the altar on the arm of her father. The altar was banked on eihter [sic]
side by bouquets of pink gladiolas, yellow jonquils, white and yellow snapdragons stocks and heather. The brides [sic] veil was of sheer white net edged with lace and was caught to a halo of seed pearls.

Her matron of honor, Mrs. Clarence Naniot of Green Bay, sister of the groom, was gowned in blue net over blue taffeta and her bridesmaids, Mrs. James Kellom, Green Bay, and Miss Julie Kaiser, Wisconsin Dells, wore yellow and pink frocks of colored net over taffeta with full bouffant skirts and bodice tops with sheer ninon yokes and each with a tiny halo matching their dresses and completing their costumes.

The brides [sic] fan shaped shower bouquet consisted of light and dark pink carnations and white double obyssium tied with white lace net ribbon and her attendants [sic] bouquets were somewhat similar consisting of the light and dark pink and white carnations.

The grooms [sic] suit was brown and he wore a buttonnier [sic] of white carnations. Arvid Cramer, a cousin of the bride and Lester Cramer, an uncle acted as ushers.

Mrs. Cramer witnessed her daughters [sic] marriage gowned in rose and Mrs. Wyman wore a white wool suit. Both wore shoulder corsages of light and dark pink carnations.

A wedding dinner for the bridal party was held in the dining hall of the church for 75 guests served by relatives and friends at 5:00 P. M. and a reception was held at the home of the brides [sic] parents at 7:00 P. M. The dining hall tables and the home were tastifully [sic] decorated with bouquets of flowers and streamers that matched the gowns of the bridal party.

Mr. and Mrs. Wyman left Tuesday for Green Bay where the groom has a newly furnished apartment awaiting them at 1001 Shea Ave., and they will be at home to their many friends after Thursday, April 17.

The groom served with the U. S. forces both in the states and over seas and since his discharge has been employed by the Kraft cheese Co. at Green Bay. Mrs. Cramer has also been employed in Green Bay.

Mr. and Mrs. Wyman both lived and attended school in Spencer and are graduates of the Spencer High School and have a host of friends here who with the Record extend congratulations and best wishes to Bill and Ermine for a long and happy married life.

Guests from out of town who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Naniot, Messers.Donald DeVillers, Douglas Rosseau, Leo Schuh and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Bellinger, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wiesman, Stratford; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Bruesewitz and sons, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neuman and family, Beaver Dam; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walner and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dietsche, Marshfield and Miss Larima Brandt and brothers Roy and Robert, aunt and uncles of the bride, St. Paul, Minn.



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