BioM: Bobbe, Maude C. (1925)
Surnames: BOBBE SORENSON
----Source: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co, WI) 08/21/1925
Bobbe, Maude C. (20 AUG 1925)
A wedding of unusual interest to Dorchester, Clark County, Wis. people took place at the G. A. Bobbe home yesterday afternoon at 3 p.m., when their daughter, Maude Celesta, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. Maurice S. Sorenson, by Rev. Nordby of Baldwin.
Elsie Bobbe was bridesmaid and Lloyd Sorenson acted as best man.
The bride was beautifully gowned in white crepe satin with lace and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and ferns. Her sister, the bridesmaid, was dressed in pink taffeta and lace and carried a bouquet of sweet peas and roses. The groom was attired in dark blue and the best man wore gray.
After the 3 o'clock ceremony, the wedding party drove to the Dake Studio for photos and then they returned to the Bobbe home where a delicious three course dinner was served to the bridal party and relatives.
Neither of the young people need an introduction to our readers as they have been raised in Dorchester and are of our most popular young folks. Maude finished High School at Abbotsford, after which she took a course at Wausau Business College and then she was employed her at the O & N Lumber Co. office until she accepted a fine position at Wausau, where she was employed until shortly before her marriage. Maurice, too, attended school here until he was obliged to go elsewhere to complete his education, and then he returned home and was successful enough to get a position at the local bank and the fact that he is now Cashier speaks well for his business ability.
The Pea Canning Industry here, too, owes much to him for as the Secretary he has worked hard to make it a success and by way of showing him that all appreciated it, the whistle blew a serenade for him shortly after the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Sorenson left the same evening, accompanied by his brother, Edgar Sorenson, and wife in their Ford sedan, for an extended wedding tour through Yellowstone National Park and other points of interest, where they will spend about three weeks sightseeing. They will be at home to their friends about Oct. 1. The Clarion joins their many friends in wishing them abundant success and much happiness in life's journey.
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