BioM: Kronberger, Caroline (1928)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: MORSE KRONBERGER BLOCK
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 02/23/1928
Kronberger, Caroline (14 FEB 1928)
A very pretty wedding took place at the Lutheran parsonage at Granton last Tuesday at one o’clock, on February 14, 1928, when Miss Caroline Kronberger of the town of York and Mr. Frank Morse of the town of Loyal were united in marriage. Rev. G. ?. Buth performed the ceremony.
The bride's gown was of light blue silk crepe, beautifully trimmed with silver ribbons and with a large chrysanthemum and forget-me-nots on her shoulder. She also wore bridal coronet and veil and carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. She was attended by her sister Miss Clara Kronberger, who wore a dress of iris glow satin with a large iris-glow chrysanthemum on her shoulder and a near friend, Miss Della Block, who was attired in green silk georgette crepe with chrysanthemum also.
The groom was attended by Robert Block and the bride’s brother, Frank Kronberger. They wore the conventional blue suits.
After the ceremony the bridal party drove to Neillsville and had their pictures taken. From there they went to the home of the brides mother, Mrs. L. Kronberger where a wedding supper was served to the bridal party and guests and happy hours were spent playing cards and dancing.
The house was beautifully decorated in blue and white and red hearts and pretty valentines and wedding bells. The wedding car was trimmed in blue and white and with white bells.
The bride is a charming and popular young lady and has a large circle of friends. She is the second youngest daughter of Mrs. L. Kronberger.
The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morse and is a man of good habits and is well liked by all who know him.
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