BioM: Lautenbach, Margareth #2 (1913)



Surnames: Foemmel, Lautenbach, Ackerman


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/21/1913


Lautenbach, Margareth #2 (19 NOV 1913)


At least one hundred and fifty persons were proud and pleased guests at the Aug. C. Lautenbach home Wednesday in honor of the marriage of Miss Margareth Lautenbach and Mr. Fred Foemmel Jr., when the guests had assembled at three o’clock p.m. in the rooms resplendent in floral decorations.  The pretty bride charmingly gowned in a dress of white messaline trimmed with shadow lace and beads set off by a bridal wreath and long flowing veil, and carrying a huge bouquet of pink and white carnations, appeared attended by her maids, the Misses Hattie Lautenbach, a cousin of hers, and Miss Nora Ackerman, a cousin of the groom, where they were met by the groom and his attendants, Martin Lautenbach, a brother of the bride, and Elmer Lautenbach of Marshfield, a second cousin of her, and Rev. J. Reiff spoke the sacred words which united this worthy couple in the holy bonds of matrimony.  The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. C. Lautenbach, a pretty and endearing young woman of quiet manners and thoroughly competent in the art of housekeeping.


The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foemmel, and industrious young man thoroughly versed in the art of farming, who it is predicted will with the bonny bride he has won, establish and maintain an ideal home here among us.


A bounteous wedding feast was enjoyed at 6 o’clock p.m., after which the usual wedding festivities of dancing and music were enjoyed until midnight.  The bridal pair was showered with numerous useful, beautiful and substantial gifts, mute testimonials of the love and esteem of the donors for them.


The News joins in best wishes for a long and happy married life to this estimable pair.



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