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Michael Tofflemire & Cynthia Toben (Marriage 1976)


Posted By: Bruce Atkinson (email)
Date: 10/19/2019 at 17:14:27

Cynthia Toben marries

Cynthia Toben and Michael Tofflemire were united in marriage Oct. 23, 1976, at the Plymouth Presbyterian church, rural Akron.
Rev. Earl Underwood jr., officiated the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. before an alter decorated with baskets of apricot carnations and bronze pompom mums.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Toben, Akron, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tofflemire of Wessington Springs, S. D.
The bride escorted to the altar by her father wore evening length white crepe wedding gown featuring a self-train and flared skirt. The v-neckline, long puffed sleeves and hemline was trimmed in Chantilly lace, the midriff was also accented with Chantilly lace and pearls. Her finger-tip length veil of illusion fell from a juliet cap. She carried a cascade of sonia roses, white and sonia mini-carnations accented with apricot starflowers and a white streamers.
Cheryl Toben sister of the bride, was maid of honor, Lynne Smith, niece of the groom was flower girl. Their floor length gowns were fashioned of apricot crepe and accented with cream colored lace. They wore carnation headpieces and carried brown wicker baskets of apricot mini-carnations, bronze pom pom mums and brown starflowers.
Carra and Colleen Toben, sisters of the bride, served as acolytes.
Cheryl Toben, sister of the bride, designed all the dresses worn in the wedding party.
Paul Tofflemire, brother of the groom, was bestman, and Kelly Tofflemire, nephew of the groom was ringbearer.
Men in the wedding party were attired in brown tuxedos with apricot ruffled shirts.
Ushers were Chuck Toben, brother of the bride, and Maynard Porter, brother-in-law of the groom.
Mothers of the couple wore fall print floor length polyester gowns, each carrying a corsage of sonia roses with brown starflowers.
The bride a 1975 graduate of Akron Community high school, was previously employed by the ASAP court service officers in Sioux City, and now is employed at the Le Mars Daily Sentinel.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Wessington Springs high school and South Dakota State University, Brookings, S. D. He is employed as landscaper and groundskeeper for Harkerís Wholesale Meats, Le Mars.
After a wedding trip to the Black Hills, the couple resides at Le Mars.

~Copyright © 1976; Akron Register-Tribune (Akron, Plymouth County, Iowa) of 09 December 1976, includes photo below.


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