BioM: Altemus, Mrs. Elsie (1937)

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Surnames: King, Altemus, Huntley, Richerdson, Herian, Stange, Elger, Walden, Turvey, Drescher, Taylor, Boardman, Carr, DeLane, Oakley, Youmans, Wilding, Gunderson, Neff, Richarson, Huntley, Eunson, Tyrrell, Slocomb, Gore, Hardie, Lackey, Lyons, Susta, Becker, Kabot, Hensel, Garretson, Elger, Dietrich, Edmunson

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 1 April 1937

Altemus, Mrs. Elsie (Marriage - 4 April 1937)

A letter received by Miss Ellen Huntley from her sister, Mrs. Elva Richerdson at Los Angeles, and also a letter received by Minnie Herian from Mrs. Joe Herian in Los Angeles confirm the report that Carl Stange and Mrs. Elsie King Altemus are to be married at Baldwin, Calif., April 4. The Press joins with many friends here in best wishes.

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----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 8 April 1937

Sunday April 4, at the German M. E. Church at Pasadena, Calif., several former Neillsville folks witnessed the marriage of Mrs. Elsie King Altemus and Carl Stange. Rev. Elger performed the service. Before the service, little Shelby Walden played two violin selections and Mrs. Harry Turvey (Flaria Drescher) sang "Sweet Mystery of Life". Mrs. James Taylor of Baldwin Park played the wedding march. The bride looked lovely in a dress of dark purple and carried a bouquet of baby breath and spring flowers. They had not attendants.

The alter was dressed with green and spring flowers which made a lovely setting. After the service a reception was held in the church parlors. Ice cream, cake and coffee were served. Two large wedding cakes, one white and one gold were cut by the bride. After a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Stange will make their home at Baldwin Park, Calif. Mrs. Stange owns and operates the only Variety stone in Baldwin Park. Mr. Stange retired recently and has made his home with a niece at Fontana, Calif. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stange are very well known in Neillsville, both spending most of their lives there.

Those formerly from Neillsville who attended the wedding were: Mrs. Frances Boardman Carr, Dr. Viola French DeLane, Mrs. Irene F. Oakley, Mrs. Nettie Youmans, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wilding, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gunderson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neff (Hulda Heff), Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Richardson (Elva Huntley), Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herian, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Eunson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turvey (Flarie Drescher), Miss Marie Neff, Roy Tyrrell and Lydia Slocomb.

From Baldwin Park were Mrs. Grace Gore, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Turvey, Mrs. James Taylor, James Taylor, Jr.; Mrs. Shirley Hardie, Mrs. Margaret Lackey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyons, Mrs. Frank Susta, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Becker. From Fontana were Mrs. H. Kabot, Beverly Kabot, Bob Kabot, and H. Kabot; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hensel from Hollywood; Mr. and Mrs. Ray W. Garretson from Whither; Mrs. Mary Susta, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Elger and daughter Jeanne, San Gabriel; Mrs. O. A. Dietrich, Pasadena, Mrs. Grace Edmunson, Long Beach.



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