Cyr-Tramblie Wedding

Married: Approximately August-September, 1940
Bride: Lucille Tramblie
Groom: Wilford Cyr

Wedding Announcement

A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tramblie of Winona, Minnesota, when their daughter, Lucille, became the wife of Wilford Cyr of Blackduck, Minnesota. Members of the families of both bride and groom and the Missionary Volunteers of the Winona church were present to hear the mutual pledge of these dear young people as they entered their holy estate and began their journey together through life. A solemn atmosphere settled over the group of relatives and friends as the ceremony was read. The bride was attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Meyers, and the brother-in-law served as best man. Preceding the wedding, Miss Marie Schaffer sang, "I Love You Truly." An appropriate wedding breakfast was served at the home of the immediate members of the two families. The table was decorated with pink and white asters, and a large, two-tiered wedding cake centered the table. Two friends of the bride, the Misses Esther Stoehr and Dorthy Lee, served. After a short trip into Canada, Brother and Sister Cyr will make their home at the farm of the groom near Blackduck. The many friends of Brother and Sister Cyr wish them every good thing in life and pray the dear Lord to keep them unto every good work until His kingdom comes.

Source: J. W. Christian – Northern Union Outlook, October 22, 1940

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