BioM: Gayken, Ida
Surnames: BOWEN GAYKEN ALDINGER
----Sources: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06/13/1935
Gayken, Ida C. (12 JUN 1935)
The marriage of Miss Ida C. Gayken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Gayken, and Lester James Bowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Bowen, took place at the Congregational Parsonage Wednesday afternoon, Rev. W.P. Powell officiating.
Miss Marie Aldinger, cousin of the bride, and Clifford Glenn Gayken, brother of the bride, acted as maid of honor and best man respectively.
The bride wore a shell pink taffeta frock of ankle length an carried a large bouquet of roses and snapdragons. Miss Aldinger was attired in yellow organdy, her dress being of ankle length. Her flowers consisted of carnations and mixed flowers.
A six o’clock supper was served to about 40 immediate relatives and friends at the home of the bride’s parents. Pink, white, and yellow streamers were used to decorate the farm home. The wedding cake was decorated by Mrs. Cornell Erickson. Elsie Juntenen, a friend of the bride, acted as waitress.
The bride and groom plan a wedding trip in the fall when they will visit relatives in Iowa. Shortly after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen will be at home to friends on a farm northwest of Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis.).
The groom operates a milk route for the Laabs Cheese Co. at Curtiss, Wis.
Those attending the supper were Mr. and Mrs. William Aldinger, Medford; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosenquist, Mr. and Mrs. F.C. Peissig and son, Clyde, Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Erickson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glenzer and Bonnie Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson and sons, Earl and Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Erickson and son, Donald, and Buddie Aldinger.
A wedding dance was given at the Curtiss hall Wednesday evening, , Dahllanbach’s furnishing the music.
Their many friends wish for them a happy and prosperous wedded life.
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