BioM: O’Leary, Margaret (1939)
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Surnames: O’Leary, Eibergen, Osborn, Marg, Simons, Madler, Nelson, Regolo, Bederick, Wright, Schmitz, Bortz

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 10 Aug. 1939

O’Leary Margaret (Marriage - *5 Aug. 1939) * Could be off.

William Donald Eibergen and Margaret O’Leary were united in marriage at 2 p.m. Saturday.

The ceremony was performed at the Methodist Church in Humbird with Rev. Robert Osborn of that village officiating.

For her wedding the bride wore a gown of white silk with veil and wreath. She carried a colonial bouquet of babies’ breath, snap dragon and dahlias.

The groom wore an oxford grey suit with carnations and baby fern in his coat lapel.

Miss Nola O’Leary, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She was dressed in a pink net and lace gown. The bridesmaid, Goldie Schmitz, cousin of the groom, was dressed in a light sky blue taffeta gown. The groom’s attendant, Alvin Marg, wore a blue serge suit.

The flower girl, Shirley Ann Wright, niece of the bride, wore a yellow crepe dress and carried a basket of dahlias. The wedding march was played by Miss E. Simons.

Following the ceremony 40 guests were served at a wedding supper at the bride’s home.

Those in attendance from a distance were: Mrs. Munce Eibergen, Mr. and Mrs. John Madler, Granton; Mrs. Henry Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson, Millston; Mrs. John Regolo, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dederick, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Wright and Alvin Marg, Lynn, Goldie Schmitz, Chili, and Miss Phyllis Bortz, La Crosse.

The young couple will make their home at Granton.

 

 


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