BioM: Larson, Julie Ann (1955)
Surnames: Larson, Schamehorn, Hendricks
----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/23/1955
Larson, Julie Ann (18 JUN 1955)
Redford Free Methodist Church, Detroit, Mich., was the scene of the 7:30 p.m. ceremony, June 18, 1955, when Miss Julie Ann Larson, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.) , became the bride of Earl Ross Schamehorn, Detroit, Mich.
The Rev. E.A. Habbecker performed the nuptial rites for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Larson, Loyal, and the son of Mrs. O.C. Schamehorn, Detroit, Mich.
Basket arrangements of gladioli, Peonies, and stocks decorated the church.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a waltz length gown of ivory crystalette with full skirt, fitted bodice, and bolero jacket. Her elbow length veil was caught to a matching crystalette cap and she carried a colonial bouquet of Rubrum lilies.
Serving her sister as maid of honor, Miss Kay Larson of Eau Claire wore a waltz length gown of lime green crystalette with matching cap, and carried a colonial bouquet of yellow daisies.
The groom chose his friend, John Hendricks of Gerry, N.Y., for his best man.
Ushering duties were performed by Richard C. Larson Jr., Dexter, Mich., brother of the bride, and Ernest Schamehorn, Cleveland, Ohio, brother of the groom.
Mrs. Richard Larson Jr., Dexter, Mich., played the wedding marches and accompanied the soloists, Devere Gallup, Detroit, who sand, "Yielded" and Mrs. Lyle Echer, Detroit, sister of the groom, who sang, "The Wedding Song."
A reception for 100 guests, in charge of the ladies auxiliary of the church, was given in the church annex.
The bride’s mother attended the ceremony in a dress of navy blue sheer and the groom’s mother wore lilac sheer. Both wore white accessories and corsages of white carnations.
Both the bride and groom are graduates of Greenville College, Greenville, Ill. For the past two years the bride has been a member of the Spencer High School faculty. The groom is attending Asoung Theological Seminary at Wilbourn, Kent. He will serve as assistant pastor of the Free Methodist Church at Battle Creek, Mich.
Attending the wedding were relatives from Ontario, Canada, Fowlerville, Mich., Cleveland, Ohio, Dexter, Mich., Eau Claire and Loyal.
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