BioM: Pscheidt, Beulah (1940)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Pscheidt, Frost, Geisler, Asp, Savage, Reinart, Wallace, Ewers, Catlin

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 5 Dec. 1940

Pscheidt, Beulah (Marriage - 30 Nov. 1940)

Mrs. Beulah Pscheidt and George Frost, both of Neillsville, were united in marriage Saturday evening, November 30, at the home of her mother, Mrs. William Ewers, who resides at 169 East Fifth Street. The couple and their attendants marched into the living room to the strains of Lehengrinís wedding march, which was played by Frank Geisler, Rev. O. Asp performing the single-ring ceremony. The home was decorated in rose and white streamers and wedding bells.

The bride wore a street dress of soldier boy blue crepe and a corsage of rubrum lilies. Her attendants, Miss Norene Savage, a sister, also wore a street dress and a similar corsage. Clarence Reinart attended the groom.

Mrs. Frost is employed at the Neillsville hospital as a nurse aid, having done practical nursing in this city for some time. Mr. Frost came here from Princeton, Wis. He graduated from high school and learned the barber trade, being associated in that business here with Otto Catlin.

A buffet lunch was served to the wedding party and their guests, a shower and reception following at the W. R. C. Hall.

The couple has an apartment in the former Wisconsin house where they began housekeeping at once.

Mrs. Theodore Wallace, a sister of the bride, and her husband, Milwaukee, were here for the wedding festivities.



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