BioM: Meyers, Fern Ann (1975)
Surnames: Meyers, Hansen, Martin, Warner, Rhode, Logue, Stzer, Wenger
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 15 Oct 1975
Meyers, Fern Ann (11 OCT 1975)
Saturday, October 11, 1975, at 7 p.m. at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Greenwood, Miss Fern Ann Meyers, Osseo, became the bride of David Edward Hansen, Eau Claire. The Rev. David Wenger officiated at the ceremony. Mr. Tony Martin was the soloist and Mrs. Lil Warner was the organist.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lenei Meyers, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hansen, Willard.
The bride was seen in an elegant heirloom look candle light sat peau dress with high neck and sheer finely pleated bodice, and full plated bishop sleeves. Ivory lace trimmed the neck, bodice, sleeves and full chapel train. She wore an elbow length veil with Juliet cap, and carried a nose gay bouquet of roses, daisies and baby's breath.
Miss Cindy J. Meyers, Eau Claire, was the matron of honor, and Miss Marge Rohde, Altoona, was bridesmaid.
Miss Meyers' dress was apricot color with matching nose gay bouquet of daisies and baby's breath. Miss Rohde's dress was turquoise with matching nose gay bouquet of daisies and baby's breah.
Mr. Lawrence Logue, Madison, performed the duties of best man, while Dennis Hansen, Eau Claire, was the groomsman. Douglas Hansen, Willard, and Steve Stzer, Eau Claire, were the ushers.
A dinner followed the ceremonyin the church parlors, and a reception and dance were held at the Loyal Legion Hall.
The new Mrs. Hansen is a 1973 graduate of Greenwood High School, and attended one year of college at UW-Eau Claire. She graduated in 1975 from the District Technical Institute as a Practical Nurse. She is employed at Osseo as a Practical Nurse.
The groom is a 1972 graduate of Greenwood High School and a 1975 graduate of District 1 Technical Institute in Auto Mechanics. He is employed as a salesman for GIC Auto Parts.
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