BioM: Appleyard, Mamie (Marriage - 1914)
Surnames: IMIG APPLEYARD
----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/18/1914
Appleyard, Mamie (Marriage - 11 Jun 1914)
Thursday evening, June 11, Mr. Arthur Imig and Miss Mamie Appleyard were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Appleyard in Pine Valley, Clark County, Rev. H.A. Risser performing the ceremony. The groom was attended by his brother Mr. William Imig and the bride by her sister Miss Frannie Appleyard. Mendelsohn’s wedding march was played by Miss Amelia Imig, the groom’s sister. The bride wore white chiffon over silk and carried a bouquet of cream roses. The rooms were tastily decorated with carnations and ferns.
Only relatives of the bride and groom were present, Mrs. C.H. Imig of Rudolph being the only guest from a distance.
A fine three course luncheon followed the ceremony, after which the young couple took the midnight train for a short wedding trip.
The bride is a graduate from Neillsville High School and a successful teacher. She has been a quiet but forceful help in the better things in the community and possessing those qualities that make and maintain an ideal home.
The groom is a young man of whom this locality has reason to be proud. He is modest and unassuming, but has well defined ideas on agricultural problems and rural social questions. A few years ago he graduated from the Short Course in Agriculture at the State University, and together with his brother they have developed a herd of cows that has a state-wide reputation. While specializing in this particular line, he has found time to give a helping had in the community affairs and to develop such qualities as make for intelligent citizenship.
They will make their home at the Imig farm north of the city. We join in wishing them that success and happiness which they well deserve.
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