BioM: Hermanson, Marie Harriet (1951)
Surnames: Anderson, Hermanson
----Source: Winona Republican-Herald, Friday, June 7, 1951, Page: 14
Bio: Hermanson, Marie Harriet (7 Jun 1951)
SOCIETY ~ CLUBS
Verol Anderson Bride to Live in Alabama
Mrs. Verol T. Anderson
Corporal Verol T. Anderson and his bride, the former Marie Harriet Hermanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Lydia Justmann) Harry R. Hermanson, Spencer, Wis., are now at home at Dothan, Alabama. Corporal Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Harmony, Minn.
They were married in a candle-light ceremony at 7 p.m. May 19 in Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer. Flowers decorated the altar. The bride gowned in white taffeta and ninon, carried Briercliff roses and swainsona, Miss Margie Kethe, Milwaukee, maid of honor, was in pink taffeta and net and Miss Sue Marten, Berlin, Wis., bridesmaid, in pale green taffeta and net. They carried flowers.
The bridegroom was attended by his brothers, Vayden Anderson, Echo, Minn., best man, and Private Mario Anderson, Camp Rucker, Ala., groomsman.
A buffet luncheon was served at the home of the bride's parents, where a reception was held. The bride has been a laboratory technician at the Mayo Clinic and the bridegroom, graduate of Winona Business College, was employed at a Rochester Bank.
Guests included Miss Donna Kindt, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Evenson, Winona, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Anderson, Miss Agna Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helgeson, Mrs. Charles Arns and Mrs. Roger Feurhak, Harmony.
Parents of the Bride
1930 Federal Census, Spencer, Marathon, Wisconsin
Name: Harry Hermanson
Marital Status: Married
Estimated Birth Year: 1902
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Mother's Birthplace: Wisconsin
Enumeration District Number: 50
Family Number: 117
Sheet Number and Letter: 4B
Line Number: 93
Harry Hermanson M 28 (1902)
Spouse: Lyddia Hermanson F 29 (1901)
Child: Avice L Hermanson M 2 (1928)
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