BioM: Pachal, Adela (1930)

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----Source: Loyal Tribune 23 October 1930

Pachal, Adela (15 OCT 1930)

A quiet wedding took place at St. Thomas parsonage of Milwaukee, on Wednesday afternoon, at 2:30, Oct. 15 when Miss Adela Pachal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pachal of the town of Beaver became the bride of Mr. Edwin Langfeldt, son of Mr. J. H. Langfeldt of the same place.

The bride wore a navy silk flat crepe gown trimmed with white and a rhinestone head band, carried a large bouquet of pink roses, white pompom, baby breath and ferns. She was attended by Miss Carmen Hotchkiss, step-sister of the groom who wore brown crepe back satin, also a headband. She carried a bouquet of red roses, pink pompom and ferns.

The groom was attended by Frank Pachal, brother of the bride. They wore navy blue suits.

After the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. E. F. Eske, the bridal party returned home giving a wedding dance at the Beaver town hall. A large number attended and enjoyed a good time.

Both the bride and groom are well and favorably known here and have a host of friends who wish the happy couple a long and happy marriage life.

Mr. and Mrs. Langfeldt went to housekeeping on a farm which the groom has rented in the town of Beaver.



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