BioM: Glasby, Virginia Rose (1947)

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Surnames: Goetsch, Glasby, Hebert, Dewitz, Neuman

----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 03/06/1947

Glasby, Virginia Rose (1947)


St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at Colby was the scene of the wedding ceremony read by the Rev. M. C. Goetsch, at which Miss Virginia Rose Glasby, daughter of Mrs. Emma Glasby, Curtiss, was claimed in marriage by Gerald H. Hebert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hebert, of Marshfield. The nuptial service was read at 3:30 o’clock on February 14.

Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hebert, Spencer, a brother of the groom and a sister of the bride; Miss Glee Dewitz, Chicago, a neice [sic] of the bride; Virgil Hebert, Spencer, another brother of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neuman, Spencer, brother-in-law and sister of the groom; Miss Betty Jane Hebert, Spencer, a neice [sic].

For her wedding the bride wore a white satin gown, designed with a round neckline, bordered with a deep net yoke embroidered in crystal beads. The dress buttoned down the back and featured a flaring hip peplum. The long full skirt extended into a chapel train. A tiara of orange blossoms held her long veil of Valencia lace and she carried red roses and white lilies tied with white satin ribbons and streamers. Her gold locket was a gift from the bridegroom.

Mrs. Hebert wore a pink taffeta frock and a matching floral headdress. Miss Dewitz was attired in yellow net over taffeta; Mrs. Neuman in blue net over taffeta; and Betty Jane in white satin and net. Both bridesmaids had flowered headdresses to match their dresses, and like the matron of honor, carried arm bouquets of daffodils and carnations tied with satin bows.

Betty Jane had a white satin hair ribbon in her curls and carried white carnations centered with red roses.

After the wedding ceremony members of the immediate families were entertained at a 6 o’clock supper at the Glasby home.

The young couple will live on the Glasby farm. The groom is a cheesemaker.




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