BioM: LaBine, Helen (1942)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: LaBine, Wehling, Seefluth
The Loyal Tribune 30 July 1942
LaBine, Helen (25 JUL 1942)
Miss Helen LaBine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip LaBine of Argyle, Minn., became the wife of Walter Wehling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wehling of Loyal, at a ceremony performed by Loyal’s blind justice of the peace, H. H. Wantland, at his office at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 25. A double ring ceremony was used.
The bride wore the traditional white satin gown with a long train. Her long veil was fashioned in cap effect. She carried a bouquet of rubrum lilies, pink pompom asters and baby’s breath.
The bridesmaid, Miss Adeline Wehling, sister of the groom, wore a floor length gown of delicate pink chiffon. She wore a flower in her hair and carried a bouquet of Picardy gladioli, pink pompom asters and baby’s breath.
Marvin Seefluth served as best man.
The men were attired in dark suits and wore white carnation boutonnieres.
A dinner was served at 1:30 at the home of the groom’s parents to about 36 guests. The home was decorated with garden flowers. A wedding dance was given at the Country Ballroom.
Both the bride and groom have been employed for some time at factories in Chrystal Lake, Ill. They expect to make their home for the present with the groom’s parents.
The best wishes and congratulations of the Loyal Tribune are added to those of other friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wehling.
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