Sabena (Sabina) Elizabeth Berg Beckman (born 1902)
(Mrs. Edward John Beckman)
1917 LHS freshman class
1920 LHS senior class
The following October 14, 1926, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 2:
MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT
Misses Ruth and Dorothy Berg pleasantly entertained Saturday evening with a prettily arranged miscellaneous shower for the pleasure of Miss Sabena Berg, whose marriage to Edward Beckman will be an event of October 18th.
The home was festively decorated for the occasion with a pink and white color scheme and attractive house plants and cut flowers, where the guests spent an enjoyable time playing bunco at four tables. Prizes went to Miss Helen Morey and Miss Pauline Kelsey.
Later the hostesses served a dainty lunch after which the guest of honor was presented with a large decorated basket filled with lovely gifts from her friends.
This October 21, 1926, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 4:
Mrs. Henry Heiser delightfully entertained last Thursday evening with a kitchen shower in honor of Miss Sabena Berg whose marriage to Edward Beckman will take place October 21. The evening was pleasantly spent by the guest[s] playing cootie at five tables; pretty prizes being awarded to Miss Edna Couse and Miss Maggie Schmal. The guest of honor was then presented with a large decorated hamper filled with numerous and useful gifts. Later a delicious lunch was served at prettily decorated tables, after which the guests departed, extending to Miss Berg best wishes for her happiness.
The following October 28, 1926, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 1, column 5:
EDWARD J. BECKMAN AND MISS SABINA BERG MARRIED
St. Edward Catholic church was the scene of a pretty autumn wedding last Thursday morning when Miss Sabina Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Berg, of Glendale, California, became the bride of Edward J. Beckman, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.T. Beckman, of Lowell.
The bride was attired in a pale green dress, with tan picture felt hat and tan slippers and hose. She was attended by her cousin, Miss Dorothy Berg, who wore a golden brown dress with tan felt hat and slippers and hose to match. The groom was attended by his brother, Leo Beckman.
After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served by Mrs. Heiser, aunt of the bride, at the Heiser hotel to the immediate family and a few friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Beckman will make their home in Gary.