Beatrice Mae (1937)
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Surnames: Osgood, Oens, Longenecker, Farmer, Landgraf, Cooney, Hall, Kadek
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 29 July 1937
Osgood, Beatrice Mae (Marriage - 25 July 1937)
Miss Beatrice Mae Osgood, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mott Osgood, Granton, Wis., became the bride of Clyde E. Oens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oens, town of Washburn, which took place, Sunday, July 25, at nine o’clock at Neillsville, the Rev. Longenecker officiating.
The bride was attended by Miss Hope Osgood, sister of the bride as maid of honor, with Mrs. Gertrude Farmer, another sister of the bride as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by the bride’s brother-in-law, Mr. LeRoy Farmer of Chicago.
The bride wore a street dress of orchid crepe with white accessories, Miss Hope Osgood wore aquamarine crepe and Mrs. Farmer’s dress was a flowered crepe. Each wore shoulder corsages of roses and baby breath and ribbons.
The groom was attired in a grey business suit. The best man also wore a grey business suit.
About 40 relatives and friends were entertained at a wedding dinner at the home of the bride’s parents.
The residence was decorated for the occasion in streamers of pink and white crepe paper. A large decorated wedding cake graced the center of the table.
In the evening a wedding dance and shower was given at the town hall of Washburn.
Among the out of town guest attending the wedding were Glenn Landgraf, Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cooney, Racine; and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hall and son of Racine; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Farmer of Chicago; and Miss Marie Kadek, Belvidere, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oens will leave on a wedding trip to Chicago and neighboring cities the later part of the month. They will live with the groom’s parents on their return.
We with them happiness and prosperity.
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