BioM: Hubing, Celia (1912)


Contact: Ann Stevens 


Surnames: Root, Hubing, Dorrenbach, Steiff 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Sept 26, 1912 

Hubing, Celia (24 Sept 1912) 

Tuesday morning at nine o’clock Frank S. Root and Miss Celia Hubing were united in marriage by Father Dorrenbach at St. Mary’s church.  The bride was attended by Miss Clara Steiff of Chicago and the groom by his brother, Leo Root.  At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party went to the home of the bride’s mother, where a dinner was served to the families and immediate friends of the young people.  Mr. and Mrs. Root left in the afternoon for a brief wedding trip to Milwaukee and other points. 

Mrs. Root is a daughter of Mrs. Nic Hubing of Pleasant Ridge and a young lady of the highest intellectual and moral attainments.  She is of prepossessing disposition and is exceptionally qualified for the position she assumes.  Mr. Root is a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Root and is a young man whose integrity and industry are exceptional.  He is at present managing a large creamery at Rudolph, being by trade a buttermaker, and he is meeting with great success in his chosen field of labor.  Mr. and Mrs. Root will make their home at Rudolph.  They have the best wishes of their many friends here for their future happiness. 



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