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Faherty/Kramer- WIS 1962
Faherty Marriage Takes Place PLATTEVILLE — Mi&s Karen Margaret Faherty, Madison, and John Michael Kramer were married Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Platteville. The bride is the daughter of Mr*, diaries Faherty, Platteville. The bride wore a white organza gown with a flower-trimmed neckline, cummerbund, and xistle. A crown of pearls held ler waist-tengtb, pearl-edged veil. She carried gardenias and white chrysanthemums. Miss Mary Gardner, Platteville, was maid of honor. Mis- Barbara Faherty, the bride's sister, and Miss Delores Heary, Platteville, were bridesmaid*. They wore >ale tangerine sheath dresses with ovenkirta. Their headdresses and bouquets were ol tangerine carnations. Francis Faherty/ P 1 a 11 evi'lej the bride's brother, was best man. Another brother, Joe Faherty, Platteville, and Jim EllLsnn. Madison, were groomsmen. Kalph Kinncy, Platteville, and Gary Olson, Cuba City, ushered. After a week's honeymoon in northern Wisconsin, the newly weds will live at 428 ¥?. Doty st., Madison. The bride is a beautician a the First Central beauty salon Madison. The bridegroom is a senior at the University of Wis consin. I