BioM: Ruege, Emma (1912)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Hubbard, Ruege, Nye, Nyhus,
Eisentraut, Tragsdorf, McGwine
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) May 23, 1912
Ruege, Emma (16 May 1912)
The marriage of Clayton C. Hubbard and
Miss Emma Ruege occurred last Thursday afternoon at the home of the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ruege. The ceremony
was performed at 5 o’clock b Rev. Nye. The bridal
couple were attended by Leonard Nyhus and Miss Mable Hubbard.
Ruby Eisentraut acted as ring bearer. The bride wore a gown
of white silk marquiesette over messalin and carried a shower
bouquet of lilies of the valley, ferns and smilax. The
bridesmaid wore white marquiesette and carried pink roses.
Miss Elsie Tragsdorf played the wedding march, and at the
completion of the ceremony a five course supper was served to the
guests, who were the relatives and close friends of the contracting
parties. The table decorations were in pink and
Mrs. Hubbard is a graduate of Neillsville
high school and since graduating has taught in neighboring schools,
but lately giving up a position in the Thorp schools. She is
a young lady of exceptionally winsome disposition and pleasing
personality and her cheery smile has won her many sincere friends
wherever she happened to be. Mr. Hubbard is a young man whose
sterling integrity and business ability is evident and he is highly
spoken of by all who know him. He is a resident of Red Cedar,
but for the past five years has been a traveling salesman for the
Punctureless Automobile Tire Co. He has given up that
position and will shortly leave with his wife for Portland, Ore.,
where he will engage in business for himself.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard left Thursday evening for an automobile tour, going to Thorp and thence to Red Cedar. They will return here in about two weeks and after a brief visit will leave for their new home at Portland. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hubbard of Red Cedar and Mrs. J.W. McGwine and son, Kenneth, of Durand were here for the wedding.
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