BioM: Lueloff, Leota (1931)

Contact:  Ken Wood


----Source: Marshfield News Herald Monday September 21, 1931 Page 7

Lueloff, Leota September 19, 1931


The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lueloff, Colby, was the scene of a pretty wedding Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock when their youngest daughter, Miss Leota, became the bride of William George Noah, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Noah of Loyal. The Rev. O. H. Hoffman, pastor of Zion Lutheran chuch, performed the ceremony.

The bride was attired in a gown of light blue silk, she wore gold slippers and carried an arm bouquet of sweet peas and gladioli. Her attendant was her only sister, Miss Irma Lueloff, who wore a dress of black chiffon and also carried a bouquet of sweet peas and gladioli.

The bridegroom was attended by his twin brother, George Noah, of Loyal.

A reception was held after the ceremony and a dinner was served at six o'clock, covers being laid for 30. The rooms being decorated with streamers in rainbow colors, garden flowers and autumn foliage.

Out of town people here for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Simon Noah, and sons, George, Rudolph, Alvin, Herman and Arthur of Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Corey and son Gary, Mr. and Mrs. A. Noah and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Noah of Greenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Westcott of Abbotsford; Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tesmer and son William of Wausau.

Mr. and Mrs. Noah will make their home in this city, where the former is employed as salesman



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