BioM: Giloy, Amanda (1930)
Contact:  Lani Bartelt

Surnames: Wedler, Fisher, Giloy, Mueller, Zimmerman, Hemmy Theiler

----Sources: Humbird Enterprise Newspaper (Humbird, Wis.) October 25, 1930

Giloy, Amanda (Marriage - 22 Oct. 1930)

A pretty church wedding was solemnized at St. John’s Reformed church, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock when the pastor, Rev. Victor D. Weidler, united in holy wedlock Mr. Martin Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Fisher of the town of Sherman and Miss Amanda Giloy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Giloy of the town of Garden Valley.

The double ring ceremony was used, in the presence of a large congregation of relatives and friends of the young people.

At the hour appointed the wedding processional Lohengrin was played by Mrs. John Mueller, sister of the bride, as the wedding party approached the altar for this happy event.

The bride was dressed in white satin trimmed with lace, and wore her bridal veil. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations and ferns. Miss Hulda Fisher, maid of honor, and Miss Evelyn Zimmerman, bride’s maid, each charmingly gowned carried yellow and white chrysanthemums. The ring bearer, carrying the rings on a pillow of white carnations, was Miss Dorothy Zimmerman, and little Miss Arlene Ruth Mueller was flower girl carrying a basket of pretty white and yellow chrysanthemums. The groom was accompanied by his brother, Arthur Fisher and Clarence Giloy, brother of the bride.

At the ceremony Mrs. Howard Hemmy sang, Oh, I Love You, Truly and Mrs. Will Theiler sang Oh Promise Me.

After the church event the party returned to the home of the bride’s parents, where a six o’clock wedding dinner was served. The home was very prettily decorated for this occasion. Present were relatives only of the bride and groom.

Mr. and Mrs. Fisher leave today on a trip to Clintonville to spend a short time with his grandparents. After Nov 1st, they will be at home on his father’s farm, which he is operating.

The bride was the recipient of two pre-nuptial showers, one at her home and one at the home to which she is soon going, and many beautiful wedding gifts received from relatives and friends betoken their love and affection for her.



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