BioM: Roder, Alice
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Roder, Barron, Overton, Bowen, Parker, Woodall, Thomas, Sontag, Welsch, Tomplins, Vine, Feutz
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11 June 1936
Roder, Alice (Marriage - 7 June 1936)
The St. Andrew Episcopal church at Grayslake, Illinois was the setting for a pretty wedding Sunday, June 7, at 4 p.m. when Miss Alice Roder became the bride of Oliver D. Barronof Grayslake. The church was beautifully decorated with baskets of cut flowers and the Episcopal rites were observed. The Rev. Charles of St. Andrews performed the ceremony in the presence of immediate relatives and friends.
Miss Dorothy Overton of Janesville, Wisconsin, sang two solos, "I Love You Truly" and "Because" before the ceremony and Mrs. T. B. Bowen of Rockford, Illinois, a close friend of the bride, presided at the organ and played the wedding march. Mr. Chan Parker of Grayslake and Richard Barron of Elgin ushered at the church.
Miss Roder, a former Neillsville girl, graduated from Neillsville High School, attended Eau Claire Teacher’s College and graduated from La Crosse Teachers’ College. Since then she has been teaching at Libertyville, Illinois. She was attended by a very close friend, Miss Helen Woodall of Des Plaines, Illinois. The bride and her attendant both wore light suits with white accessories and corsages.
The groom who is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barronof Grayslake, graduated from Libertyville High School, University of Illinois, and is a member of Theta Upsilon Omega fraternity. Charles Thomas, of Chicago acted as best man. The groom and best man were also attired in white suits.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the Barron home for friends and refreshments were served to about eighty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Barron plan to spend the summer at their cottage on Slocum Lake, Wauconda, Illinois. They will be at home in Elgin, Illinois after September 15, where Mr. Barron is engaged in business with the Case Implement Company.
Guests from Neillsville and Granton at the wedding were Miss Jean Sontag, Miss Jean Welsch and Miss Aline Tompkins of Neillsville, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vine of Granton, Miss Ruth Roder and Lynn Feutz of Granton.
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