BioM: Dangers, Louise (1910)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Turner, Dangers, Brameld, Free, Burrows, Karner, Williamson, Kircher, Smith, Cornelius, Whitcomb, Brackett, Eppling, Frankenburg, Cornish
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 12/08/1910
Dangers, Louise (Nov 30, 1910)
On Wednesday evening, Nov. 30th, the marriage of Mr. Raymond Turner and Miss Louise Dangers was solemnized at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burghard Dangers. The wedding was elaborate in detail and beautiful in its various features, and was attended by about forty guests. Immediately preceding the ceremony, Mrs. T.E. Brameld sang "O Promise Me," accompanied by piano and violin. At 7 o’clock the bridal party descended the stairs leading to the parlors. The ribbon stretchers were Helen Free, Evelyn Burrows, Margaret Karner, Louis Williamson, Billy Kircher and Lyman Smith. The ring bearer was Theodore Brameld, Jr. The bridal party was made up of Mrs. Charles H. Kircher, sister of the bride, as matron of honor, and the bride entered the parlors upon the arm of her father. The bridal party, while the strains of Mendelssohn’s wedding march as played by Miss Lydia Cornelius and Miss Ruth Whitcomb sounded, proceeded to the large bay window where the groom and his attendant, Mr. Anthony Brackett, awaited them, and under a beautiful and ornate bell, Rev. F.J. Eppling pronounced the marriage vows. After the ceremony a wedding supper was served and at midnight, Mr. and Mrs. Turner left for a couple weeks’ wedding trip.
The gown worn by the bride was white marquisette over white satin with trimmings of real lace, and a train with which mingled the flowing bridal veil. The bride’s traveling gown was a dark blue tailor made. The bride carried bride’s roses and lilies of the valley. The matron of honor wore a pink gown and carried pink roses. The decorations of the Dangers’ residence were especially beautiful and appropriate, carnations, smilax and myrtle being the dominant features. The wedding bell and arches in the bay window were of carnations, smilax and myrtle.
Mrs. Turner is one of the most talented and prepossessing of Neillsville’s young ladies. She is a graduate of the city high school and of the Yysilanti, Mich., Normal. She has a splendid musical education and taught music and drawing at Darling, Mich., one year. She has a beautiful soprano voice and is an accomplished pianist. Her pleasing manners and winsome disposition have endeared her in the hearts of a large circle of friends. Mr. Turner is quite well acquainted here, and upon his visits here has made a most excellent impression as a young man of high integrity and ambition. He is a rising young attorney of Norway, Mich., being a graduate of the University of Michigan, and is now engaged in the practice of law with Mr. Anthony Brackett. The young couple will make their home at Norway.
Among those from out of town who were here for the wedding were: Mrs. Chas. Kircher and son of Ogden, Utah; Anthony Brackett of Norway, Mich.; Rev. and Mrs. F.J. Eppling and son of Algoma; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frankenburg of West Bend; Miss Marie Cornish of Ft. Atkinson and Miss Beatrice Free of Humbird.
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