Phar, Eugene & Miss Josephine Beaulieu (Marr 1939)
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Date: 2/19/2019 at 13:57:46
Sioux City Journal, Sunday, January 29, 1939
(A lovely photograph of the young lady was published with this news article)
MISS JOSEPHINE BEAULIEU
February 18 will be the wedding date of Miss Josephine Beaulieu and Eugene Phar at Blessed Sacrament church.
Sioux City Journal, Sunday, Feb. 12, 1939
BEAULIEU — PHAR
At a nuptial mass at 9 o’clock Saturday morning in the Blessed Sacrament church, Miss Josephine Beaulieu of Sioux City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beaulieu of Merrill, and Eugene Phar, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Phar of San Diego, will be married. Rev. Henry Meyer will officiate. Mrs. Frank Huntsman will be organist.
Miss Betty Lou Mangold and Jack Mangold will be the attendants. Miss Mangold will wear an azure satin dress and short white fur jacket. Her headdress will be a veil of blue tulle and satin bow. She will carry sweet peas and valley lilies in a nosegay.
The bride will wear a white moire taffeta wedding gown, en train and with leg o’ mutton sleeves. Her fingertip length veil will fall from a coronet of orange blossoms. She will carry a white prayer book, a gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Beaulieu will give his daughter in marriage.
A wedding breakfast in Scribbins’ teashop will follow the church service. There will be covers for 10 guests. After a trip to Lincoln and Omaha, Mr. Phar and His bride will live at 1017 Jones street.
Sioux City Journal, Sunday, Feb. 19, 1939
The marriage of Miss Josephine Beaulieu of Sioux City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beaulieu of Merrill, and Eugene Phar, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Phar of San Diego, was solemnized at a nuptial mass Saturday morning in Blessed Sacrament church by Rev. Henry Meyer. Mrs. Frank Huntsman was organist.
Miss Betty Lou Mangold and Jack Mangold were the attendants. A wedding breakfast at Scribbins’ teashop followed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Phar will reside at 1017 Jones street, after a brief trip.
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