BioM: Kramas, Louise Eileen (1972)
Surnames: Wagner, Kramas, Decker, Meyer, Ozanich
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 22 Jun 1972
Kramas, Louise Eileen (6 MAY 1972)
Now residing at route 2, Two Rivers, are newlyweds of Saturday, May 6, 1972, Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Wagner.
Miss Louise Eileen Kramas, 351 N. Eighth Street, Medford, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Paul A. Kramas, Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis.), and Michael Matthias Wagner, route 2, Two Rivers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Wagner, route 2, Medford, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, May 6, 1972, at 3:30 o'clock at St. Bernard's Catholic Church, Abbotsford.
The Rev. Robert Wagner, La Crosse, officiated, and Mrs. Dan Decker, Abbotsford, was organist.
Miss Kramas, who was given in marriage by her parents, was wearing a white crepe empire-styled floor length gown and a three tiered veil attached to a Juliet styled bonnet. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses, white daisies and baby's breath.
Her attendants, Mrs. Raymond Wagner, Port Washington, the matron of honor, Mrs. James Meyer, Medford, and Miss Joanne Kramas, Curtiss, bridesmaids, wore floor length empire styled gowns of baby blue polyester knit, and each carried a colonial bouquet of pink and yellow carnations, white and blue daisies and baby's breath.
Serving the bridegroom was Robert Wagner, Port Washington, best man, James Meyer, Medford, and Mark Kramas, Curtiss, groomsmen, and Paul H. Kramas, Abbotsford and James Ozanich, Kenosha, the ushers.
Supper was served following the ceremony in the church hall, and a reception and dance were held that evening at the Curtiss Community Center.
Mrs. Kramas was graduated in 1968 from Abbotsford High School, and has been employed as a receptionist at WIGM Radio, Medford. Her husband is a 1961 graduate of Dorchester High School and works as an auxiliary operator at Point Beach Nuclear Plant at Two Creeks.
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