BioM: Wood, Dorothy Lucille (1939)
Contact:  Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Wood, Duey, Warren, Busic, Withrow

----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 24 Aug. 1939

Wood, Dorothy Lucille (Marriage - 4 Aug. 1939)

Dorothy Lucille Wood, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wood, of Neillsville, was united in marriage with Dr. Fernley Willard Duey, Friday evening, August 4, 1939, at the wedding chapel, Los Angeles, Calif., where her sister, Doris, and Neil Warren, were married in May, 1938. They were attended by Dr. and Mrs. William H. Busic of Los Angeles.

The bride is a graduate of Neillsville High school and attended business college in La Crosse. She was private secretary to Congressman G. R. Withrow and spent some time in Washington, D. C., where she was the youngest congressional secretary, her picture appearing in the AP newspapers. From Washington D. C., she went to Bellevue, Washington, where she was employed until September, 1938, when she accompanied Mrs. Neil Warren to Ketchikan, Alaska. She died secretarial work there until she returned to the states this spring. She spent some time visiting friends and relatives in Wisconsin.

Dr. Duey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Duey of Bellevue, Washington. He is a graudate of Washington State College, having attained degrees in Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He is a member of Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Psi, and Phi Sigma Fraternities.

After honeymooning at beautiful Catalina Island, they will make their home in Los Angeles where Doctor Duey is employed.

The bride is a young woman of charm and talent is well qualified to assume the management of a home. Those who know the groom speak very highly of him as a young man of fine character.



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