BioM: Colby, Florence (1922)

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----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 06/29/1922

Colby, Florence (21 JUN 1922)

Wednesday evening at five-thirty June 21st, 1922, Mr. Martin Dahl of Strum, Wis., and Miss Florence Colby of Crystal Lake, were united in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Colby on Caroline St., in the presence of a small party of relatives and friends, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. James R. Colby and Mrs. and Mrs. Raymond B. Colby of Loyal, Clark County, Wis., Miss Marie Dahl of Hammond, Ind., W. H. Boone of Imlay, Mich., and Walter Inger of Chicago, out of town guests.

The full Episcopal service and ring ceremony were used, the Rev. H. D. Dick officiating. Following the ceremony the party sat down to a daintily prepared and delicious three course dinner, included in which was a birthday cake, the event coming on Mr. Colby's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dahl started on their honeymoon trip, taking the 9:16 train for Chicago, a company of admiring and well-wishing friends giving them an enthusiastic sendoff.

Mrs. Dahl is a graduate of the Loyal, Wis. High School, studied in Lawrence College Observatory of Music, and is a graduate of the Oshkosh Normal. She has made a large place for herself in our community and church life, and will be missed. Mr. Dahl is a citizen of Strum, Wis. He owns a farm near there, is a salesman and holds public office. After their wedding trip they will take up their residence at Strum. The heartiest good wishes of their many friends go with them.

(Crystal Lake Herald)



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