BioM: Neiman, Mary E. (1942)
Surnames: Neiman, Tamm, Werner
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/02/1942
Neiman, Mary E. (27 JUN 1942)
At a ceremony performed Saturday morning at 9:00 o’clock Miss Mary Ellen Neiman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Neiman of Frankville, Wis., became the bride of George Tamm, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tamm, also of Frankville. The Neimans are former resident of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.).
The ceremony, with Father Henrietta officiating, took place in the St. Louis Church at Caledonia, Wis.
The bride was dressed in a gown of white imported organdy with a long train and fingertip veil. Her bouquet was a colonial arrangement of white roses, carnations and baby’s breath.
She was attended by Miss Dorothy Neiman, maid of honor, who wore a green dotted Swiss gown and carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses and daisies. The bridesmaids, Silvia and Dorothy Tamm, Ruth ann Neiman and Bunny Werner of Milwaukee, were all attired in pink dotted Swiss dresses and carried colonial bouquets of pink roses and white daisies.
The groom and best man, William Harold Tamm, bother wore white coats with contrasting black trousers.
A reception was held at the Kilbourn Country Club at Frankville, Wis., with about 150 guests attending.
The couple will spend a brief honeymoon at Eagle River and Thorp, Wis., after which they will reside at 4216 N. Monticello Ave., Chicago, Ill.
The groom is employed as a service engineer in the Bosch Co., of Springfield, Mass.
Out of town guests attending were William Harold Tamm, Norfolk, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zientarski and children, Leon Neiman and Russell McGee, all of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Artabasy of Winnetka, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. John Papierniak and daughter Joan, and Mrs. F.P. Neiman of Thorp, Wis.
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