BioM: Niman, Margaret (1930)

Contact:  Audrey Roedel


----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 28 August 1930

Niman, Margaret (21 AUG 1930)

A very pretty wedding took place in the M. E. Church at Neillsville on Thursday Aug. 21, 1930 at 11:00 A. M. when Miss Margaret Niman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lige Niman, of Greenwood, Wis. became the bride of Mr. Glen Shupe, son of Mrs., Julia Shupe of Loyal, Wis., Rev. Lambright officiating.

The bride and groom were attended by Mr. and Mrs., Jack Fahey of Owens, Wis., Mrs. Fahey being a sister of Mr. Shupe and this day also being Mr. and Mrs. Fahey’s wedding anniversary.

The bride wore a most beautiful gown of new blue and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses. The groom wore a conventional suit of blue.

The guests who attended the wedding ceremony were parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.,\. Lige Niman, Mrs., Julia Shupe, mother of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fahey of Owen, Mrs., Will Marx and children of Durkish, N. Y., Mrs. Augusta Boyer of Proctor, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Gust Krause on Neillsville, Mr. and Mrs., Verland Kauffman of Loyal, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Raab of Loyal, Mr.. and Mrs. Lawrence Davel, Miss Mabel and Elsie Shupe of Loyal, Mrs. Hastings Baird of Granton, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McConnel and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roehl, Greenwood, Wis., and Mr., and Mrs. Orin Trindal of Loyal.

After the ceremony the bridal couple, accompanied by their guests and the Rev. and Mrs. Lambright were taken to the Merchants Hotel where they were served an elaborate dinner by the bride’s parents. The dining room tablewas prettily decorated in pink and white ribbons and pink gladiolas, Two large Angel food cakes, the gifts of friends and relatives graced the table. Much credit is extended also to A. P. Murphy and staff of the Merchants Hotel for the wonderful dinner they served and the many little kindnesses shown to the guests.

After dinner the newly weds and guests autoed to the home of the bride where they spent the afternoon visiting.

The groom is a fine young man and grew up on a farm near Loyal where afterwards moving to Loyal where he was employed by O/ W. Trindal, later on being promoted to the position of the Trindal Elevator at Spencer.

The bride is a charming young lady and grew to womanhood in the vicinity of Loyal.




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