BioM: Cone, Gladys (29 May 1935)
Surnames: Cone, Neeb, Millard, Pfeiffer, Siedelman, Fritz, Bischoff, Vogel, Draper, Sitts
----Source: Personal news article collection of Millie Lee
Lilacs and apple blossoms decorated the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will R. CONE, Greenwood, for the marriage of their daughter, Gladys M. CONE, and Oscar R. NEEB, Loyal, son of Mrs. Will H. MILLARD, Greenwood, which took place Wednesday, May 29, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The Rev. Ervin PFEIFFER officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold SIEDELMAN attended the bride and groom.
An eggshell satin gown was worn by the bride. Cape sleeves, ruffled collar, and a graduated veil falling from a headband of orange blossoms enhanced the costume. She carried an arm bouquet of yellow rose buds.
White organdy with short puffed sleeves was worn by Mrs. SIEDELMAN who carried a shower bouquet of lilacs.
Supper was later served to 40 guests at the NEEB home. Tulips decorated the bride's table and pansies were used on other tables. In the evening an invitation wedding dance was held for relatives and friends at Idke Hour dance hall, Greenwood.
The bride and groom left on a wedding trip through southern Minnesota and will be at home after June 5 on their farm southeast of Loyal. The bride has taught for the last seven years in Clark county schools.
Those attending the wedding included the following: Mr. and Mrs. Will H. MILLARD, Mr. and Mrs. Harold SIEDELMAN and infant daughter, Greenwood, Mrs. Herbert FRITZ, Waukesha, Miss Anna NEEB, St. Charles, MN, Mrs. Rosa BISCHOFF and son, Martin, Hustisford, Mr. and Mrs. Emil BISCHOFF, Horicon, Mr. and Mrs. Ray VOGEL and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy VOGEL and family, Mrs. Flora DRAPER, Loyal, Mr. and Mrs. Charles SITTS and son, George, Spring Green, the Rev. and Mrs. PFEIFFER, Greenwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern A. MILLARD, Loyal.
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