BioM: Williams, Frieda (1917)


Surnames: Sternitzky, Williams, Viergutz, Helm, Washburn, Hasz, Handt

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Dec 1917

Williams, Frieda (18 DEC 1917)

The Maple Works German Lutheran Church was the scene of a pretty wedding Tuesday afternoon when at 3 o'clock Rev. Hasz spoke the sacred words which united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Miss Frieda Williams and Mr. Gilbert Sternitzky. The bride, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams of Lynn, is a charming young lady, well and favorably known. Her wedding dress was of white silk crepe du chien trimmed with white mescaline. She wore a bridal veil and carried a bouquet of white bridal roses. Her maids were the Misses Irene Viergutz and Gertrude Helm, each of whom wore dresses of pink silk crepe du chien and carried bouquets of white carnations. The groom, the second youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sternitzky, is a young man of most excellent habits and morals, educated and worthy, who is bound to succeed in life. He was attended by Ronald Washburn and Raymond Sternitzky.

Paul Handt, a close friend, conveyed the wedding party by auto to and from the church, and the Carl Williams home, where at the latter place a delightful 5 o'clock dinner was served. The newlyweds will temporarily take up residence in a suite of rooms at the Carl Williams home.



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