BioM: Johnson, Ella (1934)

Contact:  Audrey Roedl


----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 06 September 1934

Johnson, Ella (AUG 1934)

Miss Ella Johnson, of Granton, and Charles E. Conant, of Loyal, were united in marriage at the Log Chapel of Spokeville by James Ogden, pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle, of Marshfield. Their attendants were Miss Beatrice Falky and Paul Snyder. Six little cousins of the bride were flower girls, Eloyse Falk, Mildred Johnson and Elaine Falk, Shirley Ral Falk, La Vada Falk and Faith Renne. They carried snapdragons, gladioli and for-get-me-nots and lined up on either side facing the bride and groom. The full ring ceremony was performed.

An arch of ferns and flowers was built for the occasion, under which the ceremony took place. This was the first wedding in the Log Chapel and also the first wedding performed by the young minister, Mr. Ogden.

The bride wore a blue and white silk crepe suit and carrie a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. Her bridesmaid wore a white silk crepe suit. A wedding luncheon was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Snyder, uncle and aunt of the bride.

The groom is engaged in farming and they will make their home at Spokeville, near Loyal. A wide circle of friends wish them all happiness.The Banner Journal



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