BioM: Grambach, Carmella (1966)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Grambach, Anderson
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 06 Jan 1066
Grambach, Carmella (29 Dec 1965)
Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Carmella Grambach, Loyal, and Mr. Charles E. Anderson of Hebron, Maine, at the Loyal Methodist Church on December 29.
Two large candelabra with fresh holly and pine decorated the altar of the church at which the Rev. Paul Doering officiated at the 3:30 p.m. ceremony. Mrs. Byron Zepplin, Loyal, was the organist.
The bride was presented in marriage by her father. She wore a floor-length gown fashioned with a bateau neckline, empire waist with small bow trim, and an A-line skirt, was of peau de sole. Seed pearls trimmed the lace on the bodice and upper section of the skirt, the back od which was completed by a detachable chapel train of peau trimmed with lace and falling from the waistline.
Her fingertip silk illusion veil wasa secured to an open crown peau pillbox with bow trim. The bride carried a bouquet of red carnations and fresh holly.
Mrs. Dale Clintsman, Loyal was matron of honor, and Mrs. Frank Calia, Cleveland, Ohio, as bridesmaid. Mary Alison Gramvach and David Doering of Loyal were the flower girl and ring bearer.
Floor-length gowns of red velvet were worn by the aides. These were accented at the waistlines by a red satin band and by a large satin bow at the back of the Aline skirts. The dresses were made by the bride.
Their headpieces were trimmed with red satin bows and each had a silk illusion veil. The floral pieced they carried were made up of white carnations and fresh holly.
Thomas Banbinster, Wausau, and Robert Grambach, Loyal, were best man and groomsman respectively. Byron Zepplin and Dale Clintsman, both of Loyal, performed the usher duties.
Following the church services, a reception and dinner took place in Loyal at the Star Motel and Coffee Shop.
The bride is a 1965 graduate from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and has been a social worker with the American Red Cross, her first assignment being to an army hospital in South Korea. Her husband, who is an mathematics instructor at Hebron Academy in Hebron, Maine, and graduated from Bowdoin College at Brunswick, Maine.
After a wedding trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, the couple will make their new home in Hebron, Maine.
Guests attending the wedding came from New Orleans, Louisiana, Somervuille, Massachuesetts, Cleveland, Ohio, Crystal Lake, Illinois, Wausau, Marshfield, Greenwood, Withee, Dorchester, Richland Center, Yuba, Sheboygan, and Eau Claire.
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