BioM.: Bashford, Edna (1931)

Contact:  Audrey Roedel


----Source: The Loyal Tribune 25 Jun 1931

Bashford, Edna (20 JUN 1931)

Cards were received announcing the marriage of Miss Edna Bashford and Mr. Henry Dieckmann of Milwaukee. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Arthur Stanley Beale, June 20, 1931 at 11 A. M. in the Grand Ave. Congregational Church in that city, and witnessed by many friends. They were attended by Miss Florence Horn and Mr. Norman Leige of Milwaukee.

The bride was becomingly dressed in a yellow georgette suit with brown hat, gloves and shoes. She varied a bouquet of yellow and orange roses and lavender sweet peas. She wore as "something old" a brown human hair bracelet over 100 years old given to her by her mother. It is made of the hair of her great grandmother who was born in 1800.

The brides maid wore a flesh colored Ramona crepe suit, with black hat, gloves and shoes and carried pink roses.

The wedding dinner was served at the Ambassador Hotel, after which the happy couple left for a trip through Northern Wisconsin and Canada.

The groom is an honorably discharged ex-service man and served overseas for his country.

The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bashford of this village. She is a graduate of our public high school here, also Teachers? Training School at Neillsville and Eau Claire Normal. She has taught in Wausau City School been a teacher in the schools at and for the past several years has West Allis, making her home in Milwaukee. She has many friends here who join in wishing the worthy couple a long, happy and successful married life.

They will reside in Sheboygan at which place the groom has a good position with the Wisconsin Gas and Electric Power Co.



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