BioM: Grow, Grace L. (1908)

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----Sources: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Wis.) 06/04/1908

Grow, Grace L. (27 MAY 1908)

A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the residence of Chas. F. Grow, in Neillsville, Clark Co., Wis., Wednesday evening, May 27th, 1908, when Miss Grace Lillian Grow was united in marriage to Charles Arthur Taylor of Barron, Wis.

At precisely 8:00 o’clock the bridal couple, attended by Mr. Jerome H. Coe of Barron, and Miss Mame Woodward of Neillsville, as best man and bridesmaid, marched down the stairs keeping time to the wedding march and took their places under the arch festooned with smilax and carnations, where in the presence of relatives and a few immediate friends they plighted their troth, Rev. Burrows reading the marriage ceremony. After those present had wished the happy couple their full measure of joys, covers were laid for about forty and the evening was taken up in visiting and etc.

Many readers of the Phonograph need no introduction to Miss Grace, she having the distinction of being born in this city (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) about twenty-five years ago (pardon us Grace for telling your age), but her people having moved to Neillsville shortly after, that has been her home ever since.

She having visited her relatives here nearly every year since childhood, people have come to know and esteem her as if this was her permanent home.

Mr. Taylor is a son of Ex-Assemblyman Taylor of Barron, and is a promising young lawyer of that city, where he has a wide circle of friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left for their future home n Barron on Thursday. The Phonograph and its readers extend the glad hand to the young people and it is an earnest wish that their only trouble will be "little ones."



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