BioM: Tomlinson, Pauline (1932)

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Surnames: Tomlinson, Strangfeld, Longenecker

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Oct. 1932

Tomlinson, Pauline (Marriage - 6 Oct. 1932)

Miss Pauline Tomlinson of Seif, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tomlinson, and Mr. Peter Strangfeld of Weston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Strangfeld, were married Thursday, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. at the home of Rev. G. W. Longenecker, the ring ceremony being used.

The bride was dressed in an ankle length blue silk dress, jacket effect, trimmed with white fur, and wore white slippers, a head band of silvers leaves and carried a bouquet of mixed garden flowers and asparagus, arranged in streamer effect and tied with pink and white chiffon ribbon.

The bride was attended by her sister, Violet, who was dressed in a pink ankle length dress, white slippers and wore a head band of silver leaves and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers and asparagus, tied with pink chiffon.

The groom was dressed in a suit of dark blue and was attended by his youngest brothers, Billie, also dressed in dark blue. The boys wore red and white carnations.

After the ceremony the party drove to Thayer's studio where pictures were taken and then drove to the home of the bride's parents, where supper was served to about 35 guests. The rooms were decorated in blue and white crepe papers. The wedding cake was baked by Mrs. Dick Ableiter.

The bride was born in Mount Pulaski, Illinois and later moved with her parents to Clark County and has lived most of her life at home. For the past three summers she has been employed at the Wm. Bohnsack home. After a week's vacation she will go back to her work there.

The groom was born in Washburn and moved with his parents to Plainfield and later to their present home in Weston. He has lived most of his life at home, working at various jobs and places. Both the bride and groom {* The boys bb enrapt} are well known in the community and have a host of friends who wished them a happy and successful married life.

Those who came from out of town to attend the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Strangfeld and son Edward of La Salle, Illinois.

*Uncertain what this is suppose to be. That is the way it was typed in the original write up.



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