BioM: Seubert, Margaret (Marriage - 1915)
Surnames: SEUBERT LABARGE LINDEKUGEL
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 07/08/1915
Seubert, Margaret (Marriage - 30 JUN 1915)
One of the most important and impressive weddings of the summer was that of Miss Margaret Seubert and Fred La Barge, which took place at St. John's Catholic Church in Marshfield, Wednesday morning, June 30, 1915, Rev. Stehling officiating.
The bride was attired in a gown of white crepe du chien, the bodice of which was trimmed with princess lace. The veil of tulle was arranged with a carnet of orange blossoms and the bouquet was a shower of bridal roses.
The bride was attended by her sister Katherine, who wore a dainty frock of pale blue voile, trimmed with lace and carried a beautiful bouquet of sweet peas.
The groom was attended by Theodore Lindekugel of Loyal, Clark County, Wis. Little Marie Seubert, sister of the bride, was flower girl.
Following the impressive ceremonies at the church the bridal party was driven to the beautiful home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Conrad Seubert two miles west of Marshfield, where a reception was held during the afternoon and evening, which was spent in festival celebration of the happy event.
The bride is a charming young lady whose womanly qualities are admired by all who know her. She is a daughter of Mrs. Conrad Seubert. The groom is a young man of exemplary habits and owns a farm near Loyal, Clark County, Wis., where the couple will reside.
The bridal party left in the groom's auto and going to Spencer, took the 6:55 train for Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls on a wedding trip. Only immediate relatives and close friends were present.
The out of town guests were Mrs. Lang, grandmother of the bride, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lang and children of McMillan, Mrs. La Barge, Theo. And Richard Lindekugel, and Harris Mabie of Loyal, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Luther, Carl Blaubach, Ed Samroe and Misses Amanda Blaubach and Augusta Buse of Spencer, and Max Kadolph of Hartford, Wis.
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