BioM: Blauback, Eleanor (1938)

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Surnames: Blauback, Bredlau, Kuse, Bredlau, Borchardt Schade

----Sources: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 02/10/1938

Blauback, Eleanor (7 FEB 1938)

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Eleanor Blauback, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blauback and Adelbert Schade, son of Mrs. Fred Bredlau, Loyal, at the St. Paul’s Lutheran Church at Curtiss, Wis. The ceremony was performed at 2:30 o’clock, Monday, Feb. 7, 1938, by Rev. M.C. Goetsch of Green Grove, in the presence of relatives and friends.

The bride was attired in a sliver white silk satin dress made floor length with a train, and a high sheared neck designed with a fern and perfumed American Beauty rose buds, fastened to a silver ribbon. Her short jacket with puffed sleeves and English stitched Elizabeth collar was met to a triange and was caught by a gold rhinestone broach and a silver ear rings to match, and silver strapped slippers.

Her long trimmed veil of embroidered lace was caught by a crowned effect cap trimmed with seed pearls and lilies.

She carried a large bouquet of American Beauty roses and white carnations and ferns.

Miss Alice Kuse, Auburndale, little cousin of the bride who carried the veil, wore a dress of blue taffeta and a rose in her hair.

Miss Esther Bredlau, Loyal, cousin of the groom, served as bridesmaid and wore a rose colored ankle length dress with a caplet sleeves and a small ruffle across the shoulder. She wore white slippers and a white flowered headband to match. She wore a shoulder corsage of pink roses, white carnations and sweet peas.

Miss Dorothy Borchardt, Edgar, served as maid of honor, and was attired in an ankle length light blue dress and jacket with ruffled caplet sleeves. She wore white slippers and a silver headband. She also wore a shoulder corsage of pink and yellow roses, white carnations and sweet peas.

The groom wore a dark navy blue suit and wore a white carnations and fern. He wore the pearls pin that belonged to his deceased father at his marriage.

He was attended by his brothers, Herman Schade, Loyal, who wore a dark navy blue suit, and Waldmar Schade, Wausau, who also wore a dark navy blue suit. They also wore white carnations and ferns.

A wedding supper was served at the home of the bride’s parents at Curtiss, covers being laid for 75 guests.

The dining room and parlor were each decorated with blue, white and rose streamers, and also a decorated arch under the calendar. A wedding cake decorated with blue, white and rose served as a centerpiece on each table.

At the head of the groom and bride’s plate was an American Beauty rose tinted with silver.

Donald Blauback, Curtiss, brother of the bride, and Richard Kuse, Colby, cousin of the bride, served as ushers and wore shoulder streamers of blue and white and rose.

A free wedding dance was given at the Curtiss Hall for relatives and friends. A miscellaneous shower was given at the home of the groom’s parents, Loyal. Tuesday night and one at the home of the bride’s parents at Curtiss Saturday night. They received many beautiful and useful gifts.

The newlywed will reside on a farm near Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.).



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