BioM: Hebert, Ruby M. (1943)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Email: audero@charter.net

Surnames: Hebert, Neumann

----Source: The Loyal Tribune, 13 May 1943

Hebert, Ruby M. (3 MAY 1943)

Miss Ruby M. Hebert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hebert of Loyal became the bride of Raymond H. Neumann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Neumann of Spencer, at 7:30 p.m. May 3. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. H, C. Hinz in St. John’s Lutheran church, north of Spencer. The church was decorated for the candle-lighted double-ring service with palms and bouquets of flowers.

The bride’s gown of lace embroidered marquisette was styled with a close fitting bodice, buttoned down the back to the waist, long sleeves, a full skirt, and a long train. The sweetheart neckline was trimmed with seed pearls. Her veil was of finger-tip length and was arranged in a halo-effect headdress, and she carried an arm bouquet of pale pink carnations. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom.

The attendants of the bridal couple were the bride’s sisters, Miss Arlene Hebert, who served as maid of honor, and Miss Bethel Hebert, who served as bridesmaid; Robert Neumann, brother of the groom, and Virgil Hebert, brother of the bride. Both of the attendants of the bride wore gowns of a style similar to that worn by the bride. The maid of honor chose yellow marquisette, and the bridesmaid chose pink ninon, and both carried arm bouquets of deep pink carnations. The groom’s suit was of dark teal; his attendants wore suits of light teal.

The home of the bride’s parents, where the wedding supper was served, was decorated with pink, yellow, and white streamers and bouquets of flowers, with a wedding cake and candles centering the table.

Mr. and Mrs. Neumann, who plan to make their home in Spencer, will be home to their friends about the middle of the month. Mrs. Neumann is a graduate of the Unity high school, class of 1942. She is employed as a bookkeeper in the Spencer State bank. The groom, a cheesemaker, is employed at the Town Line cheese factory.

Guests from away were the bride’s brother, Pfc. Donald Hebert, Camp Phillips, Kan., and the groom’s sister, Mrs. George Holfelder, and her son of Highland Park, Ill.

The best wishes and congratulations of the Loyal Tribune are extended, with those of their many other friends, to the Neumanns.

 

 


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