Pretty Double Wedding Takes Place In The Town Of Wilson
A pretty double wedding took place at the Lutheran church in the town of
Wilson on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock, when Hilda Grunwald, of
Sturgeon Bay, became the bride of Elmer Sebald, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Sebald, of the town of Lima, and Miss Edna Gartman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
V. Gartman, of the town of Wilson, became the bride of Ewald Grunwald, also
of the town of Wilson. The Rev. Mr. Meyer performed the ceremony.
The bridal party entered the church to the strains of the bridal chorus from
"Lohengrin" which was played by Miss Meyer, of Sheboygan.
Both brides wore gowns of white georgette and thier veils were arranged in
Spanish effect and held in place with bands of pearls. They carried shower
bouquets of roses and swansonia.
Miss Ethel Sebald and Miss Lauretta Neese attended the couples. Miss Sebald
wore pale blue canton crepe and Miss Neese wore pale pink georgette. Both
carried arm bouquets of carnations.
Arthur Sebald and Herbert Gartman attended the groom.
After the ceremonies a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V.
Gartman. The decorations were carried out in a color scheme of pink and
white. Both Mr. Sebald and Mr. Grunwald operate cheese factories in the town
of Wilson. The couples will be at home in Wilson to their friends after June
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