Philip Steiger Marries

by Laurel | May 2nd, 2012

02 May 1912

A small company of relatives and a few close friends from New Bedford, Port Chester, New York, and New York city, were bidden to the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Steiger on Ridgewood Terrace Tuesday evening for the wedding of the second son of the house, Philip Steiger, and Miss Mabel Guibord, daughter of Mrs. Louise Guibord of Holyoke, The ceremony took place at 6:30, and was performed by Rev. H. O. Hannum of Holyoke with the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Steiger and his bride will sail today on the Adriatic for a wedding trip of two months in Europe. They will meet Mrs. Mary Steiger, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hollister, who recently went over, in Switzerland, and will travel with them. On their return they will live in Holyoke, where Mr. Steiger is to have the full management of the Steiger store, and will occupy the summer home which his father, Albert Steiger, is having built on Northampton Street.

Adapted from The Springfield Republican.

Note: They were divorced April 1921, an alimony amount of $250 monthly was granted, no children mentioned.

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