BioM: Kaufmann, Delores B. (1945)


Surnames: Kaufmann, Smith, Sleeter, Bowman, Scheffer


----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/24/1945


Kaufmann, Delores B. (10 FEB 1945)


(From the B.R.F. Banner-Journal)


Miss Delores B. Kaufmann and Orvil G. Smith were united in marriage at St. Joseph’s Church, Fairview, Saturday, Feb. 10, 1945.  The single ring ceremony was used and the nuptial mass said by Father Geissler of Fairview.  The church was decorated with cut flowers for the occasion.


Mrs. Nick Sleeter and Miss Gertrude Bowman sang three selections with Miss Anita Scheffer as accompanist.  Miss Scheffer also played the wedding march and recessional.


The bride was attended by the bridegroom’s sister, Miss Lorraine Smith of Rockford, Ill., and the bride’s brother, Charles Kaufmann, was best man.


The bride wore pink nylon floor length dress, over satin, with a fingertip veil held in place by a crown of seed pearls.  She wore a gold cross and carried a white prayer book and a rosary.  Her attendant was dress in a floor length blue taffeta dress with a blue and white feather head dress, and wore a shoulder length blue veil.  She also carried a rosary.  The bridegroom was dressed in a brown suit and his attendant in a blue-gray suit.


A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kaufmann of Humbird, at which 60 relatives and friends were in attendance.  The dining rooms was decorated in pink and white, and the beautiful three tier wedding cake, decorated in pink and white, had been made by the bride’s sisters.  The happy couple were hosts at a wedding dance at the Humbird Hall that evening which was attended by many friends.


The bride attended school in Humbird (Clark Co., Wis.) and has been staying home with her parents.  The bridegroom, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wray Smith of Alma Center, attended school in Alma Center and has been engaged in farming with his father.  He will have charge of the Grush farm on which they have been living and his parents and family are moving to the farm they purchased in Wrightsville last year.  Friends join in extending… (the rest of my article was cut off)



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