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This Marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan (Wis) Press, Mon, Jan 30, 1939, p4

Miss Eversdyk Is Married To William Grasse

In a ceremony read at 6 p.m., Saturday in the parsonage of the Layton Boulevard Lutheran church, Milwaukee, Miss Margaret Eversdyk and William Grasse, both of Sheboygan, were united in marriage by the Rev. F.C. Proehl, formerly of this city.

The bride, daughter of Leonard Eversdyk, 84 Lincoln avenue, was gowned in changeable blue taffeta fashioned with a wide shirred girdle effect, a full skirt, and puffed sleeves. Her flowers were white orchids in a corsage.

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Marsack of Milwaukee were the attending couple. Mrs. Marsack was dressed in heliotrope taffeta and also wore a corsage of orchids. Following the service, members of the bridal party were served a wedding dinner at the Schroeder Hotel, after which the bride and bridegroom departed on a brief honeymoon trip. They will reside in a newly-furnished home at 519 Bell avenue, planning to be at home after Feb. 1. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Louise Grasse, 2333 S. Seventeenth street, and is an employe of the Wisconsin Public Service Corporation.

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