BioM: Thoma, Ethel (1928)
Surnames: GARBISCH THOMA
----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 06/14/1928
Thoma, Ethel (6 JUN 1928)
Mr. Herbert Garbisch and Miss Ethel Thoma were united in marriage at Zion Lutheran Church, Maple Works, Wednesday afternoon, June 6, 1928, Rev. V. M. Keiper officiating. The groom was attended by his brother Walter Garbisch and the bride's sister, Miss Florence Thomas, was bridesmaid. The wedding march was played by Miss Adelia Garbisch. The bride wore a dress of white georgette, with beaded trimming, and veil; the bridesmaid wore a dress of peace georgette.
After the ceremony a bountiful wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's mother in Neillsville, the room being decorated in pink and white, with wedding bells.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Garbisch of Granton. He graduated from Granton High School and Marathon Co. Normal School at Wausau, taught rural school one year and for the past two years has been principal of grades in Granton Village Schools He has also done some summer school work in Stevens Point Normal. He is a young man of fine character and is successful and progressive in his profession.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Susie Thoma of Neillsville, Clark County, Wis. She graduated from Neillsville High School in the class of 1923 and has since been employed in the Sweet Shop and Kearns Drug Store. During her school course she was employed in the old Republican and Press office, where she learned typesetting. She is a young lady of charming personality, making friends with all of her associates and all with whom she comes in contact in a business way. She has been helpful and kind in her home life and is well qualified to do her part in the new home of the future. A large circle of warm friends join in wishing success and happiness for this fine young couple.
They left Thursday by auto on a wedding trip of two weeks or more. They will make their home at Granton, where the groom will teach again the coming year.
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