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Rita Zank Grams' second marriage in May 1954 in Eau Claire County. Rita married Ernie Kunert

It was Ernie's first and only marriage

The wedding party include Reta's son and daughters and Grandson Dennis

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The wedding was in May.  Reta and Ernie Kunert moved into their house on the corner of County V and State Highway 27 near Augusta Wisconsin

Reta Marries Ernie Kunert Ernie and Rita by their honeymoom car Reta in her wedding dress
Reta with Ernie Kunert Ernie and Rita are ready to take off on their honeymoon The blushing Bride.  Rita
Wedding Party

The wedding was a small family affair with daughters Emogene, Norma and Jeanette attending.  Son Donald Grams stood up for the wedding

Grandson Dennis was in attendance too.  The couple had a brief honeymoon in northern Wisconsin

The wedding party The house is in Augusta

Both the bride and groom were in their 50's

Ernia Reta Janet and Don

Witnesses: daughter Jeanette and son Donald Grams

Emogene Ernie Norma and Dennis

Additional wedding party members were Reta's daughters Emogene and Norma and grandson Dennis.  May 1954

Ernie was a carpenter and tinkerer in the Augusta Wisconsin area. He had built a number of taverns including the Black Bear and the Buckhorn.  Ernie built a new house for Rita.  Previously, Ernie had lived alone in a cottage next the the Dells Mill bridge and Bridge Creek in the Town of Bridgecreek

Ernie was known for his cantankerous disposition but he was kind at heart.  Rita and Ernie later moved into Augusta to a house on North Spring Street near the corner of Hudson.  Ernie acquired Leukemia in the late 1960's and committed suicide in their Augusta garage

The Grams family siblings were in their 20's.  The grandson was about 7 years old

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