BioM: Snyder, Ruth (Aug 30, 1940)

Contact: Shari Hahn

Surnames: Snyder, Schlinsog, Chapman, Dubes, Cole, Falk, Renne, Stevens, Gilbert, Swanjord, Zimmerele, Lowman, Johnson, Heimke, Ullman

----Source: Personal news article collection of Millie Lee


MISS SNYDER AND H. SCHLINSOG WED ON ANNIVERSARY Bride's Parents' Home Is Scene of Double Celebration

On the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Grant SNYDER of the Town of Fremont, their youngest daughter, Miss Ruth SNYDER, became the bride of Harold SCHLINSOG of the Town of York. A double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Leo CHAPMAN of the Spokeville Chapel Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Snyder home.

As Miss Doris DUBES played the wedding march from "Lohengrin," members of the bridal party took their places before a background of garden flowers arranged beneath an arch decorated with blue and white crepe paper streamers and a white wedding bell.

Preceding the ceremony, Miss Doris DUBES sang, "I Love You Truly," accompanied at the piano by MIss Marion COLE.

Mr. and Mrs. SCHLINSOG will make their home on the Schlinsog farm, which the bridegroom has rented from his father.

Many persons came to attend the celebration of the wedding and the wedding anniversary. The marriage of Miss Ora ZIMMERLE to Grant SNYDER took place Aug. 30, 1900, at the parsonage of the United Bretheren Church at Fancy Creek in Richland County. After residing there for several years, Mr. Snyder bought a tract of land here, where they have since made their home.

Nine children were born to them: Three sons, Vere, Paul, and Don, two daughters, Mrs. Art FALK and Mrs. Harley RENNE, all of Riverside, CA, were unable to be present for the occasion. Mrs. Ross STEVENS and daughter, Donna LEE, Mr. and Mrs. James GILBERT and daughter, Gayle, of Veefkind, and Miss Hazel SNYDER, who teaches at Heathville School, attended. Other guests present were Mrs. Snyder's mother, Mrs. ZIMMERLE of Bloom City; Mr. and Mrs. Knute SWANJORD of Balaton, MN; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey LOWMAN of Fairchild; Clyde JOHNSON of Hillsboro; the Rev. and Mrs. Leo CHAPMAN, daughter, Gladys, and son, Leo Jr., of Spokeville; Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. SCHLINSOG, Mr. and Mrs. Hans HEIMKE, sons, Harland and Gerald, Raymond and Ursie SCHLINSOG and Mrs. Lena ULLMAN, all of Neillsville.



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