BioM: Vandeberg, Ruth (1926)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Vandeberg, Keller, Voigt, Miller, Zimmerman
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 07/01/1926
Vandeberg, Ruth (Marriage - ? June 1926)
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and carried a shower bouquet of roses, carnations and ferns, and the bridesmaid wore peach flat crepe, a gray hat and carried a bouquet of carnations and ferns. The groom wore the usual blue and the best man wore gray.
After the ceremony they drove to the picture gallery for pictures, then to the home of the bride’s parents, where a wedding dinner was served at 5 o’clock p.m. to immediate relatives of the couple. The house was decorated in pink and white with vases of flowers set about the rooms. In the evening a wedding reception and shower was given at the home of the bride’s sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Voigt in York, who some time ago purchased their farm from Elmer Keller. About 200 people were there and the young couple received many valuable presents A charivari was also given them, the treat and lunch passed later in the evening.
The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Vandeberg and has lived all her life in the town of York and later moving to town where for the past four years she has clerked for Zimmermans’.
The groom has lived with the exception of the last year in Alma, Wisconsin, ands is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Keller of Alma. He graduated from the Eau Claire Normal and taught school a short time. He now holds a position with the Duluth Woolen Co. as salesman for Adams and Juneau Counties, coming home for weekends. The young couple auto to Kilbourn the day after the wedding , also to La Crosse and to other points in the state, returning Sunday. At present they will make their home with the bride’s parents, she returning to her work Monday as also did he.
Mr. Jacob Keller, father of the groom, and Edmund Miller auto up from the Alma for the wedding, returning the next day.
* Fist name of the bride can be founded in John Vandeberg’s obit and also in the 1910 Census, in the town of York.
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