BioM: Hubing, Artice Elaine (1958)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Hubing, Babka, Kumbera, Heiser,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 9, 1958
Hubing, Artice Elaine (Marriage -
Baskets of fall flowers decorated the
altar of St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Chili, for the
marriage of Miss Artice Elaine Hubing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hubing, Neillsville, and Lawrence J. Babka, son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Babka, also of Neillsville. The Rev. Robert Perkins
performed the double ring ceremony in a 10:30 a.m. ceremony.
The church choir sang the nuptial Mass.
On the arm of her father, the bride
entered the church wearing a gown of white Chantilly lace and
tulle, with panels of lace set into a ballerina-length skirt. The
fitted bodice featured a Sabrina neckline with long tapering
sleeves. A veil of nylon tulle illusion fell from a princess crown
trimmed with pearls and sequins. She carried a cascade
bouquet of red roses and white pompons.
Miss Betty Kumbera, cousin of the groom,
was her maid of honor. She was attired in a ballerina length
dress of cotillion blue nylon lace and net with three quarter
length sleeves and a Sabrina neckline. The skirt featured a bustle
Attending the groom was Wendell Hubing,
brother of the bride, as bestman. Leonard Kumbera, Milwaukee,
and Albert Heiser, Waukesha, ushered.
A wedding reception and supper was held
at the American Legion Hall in Neillsville.
On their return from a wedding rip to
Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Babka will reside in Black River
The bride is a graduate of Neillsville High School and a Milwaukee beauty school. She has been employed in Neillsville for a number of years. The groom was graduated form Oconto Falls High School and the University of Wisconsin. He is employed by the Farmers Home Administration and is a former Clark County 4-H Club agent.
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