BioM: Barager, Joyce (1948)
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Surnames: Barager, Salo, Wood

----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 04/01/1948

Barager, Joyce (31 MAR 1948)

Christ Cathedral at Eau Claire was the scene of a lovely wedding ceremony at four o’clock Wednesday afternoon, March 31st, 1948, at which time Miss Joyce Barager, daughter of V. P. Barager, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.) and John Salo, son of Mrs. Amelia Salo of Passaic, N.J., were joined in wedlock. The Rt. Rev. K. O. Crosby of St. Katherine’s Episcopal Church, Owen, read the nuptial service.

Attending the couple were the bride’s sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wood of Eau Claire. The bride was given in marriage by her father.

Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the Northwoods Room of the Eau Claire Hotel for the couple’s immediate relatives. Later that evening they left on a honeymoon trip through northern Minnesota.

After April 11th they will be at their home at 118 Maple Ave., Dravosburgh, Pa.

Mrs. Salo is a graduate of the Owen High School and of the Luther School of Nursing at Eau Claire. During the war years she served as a flight nurse with the army in the Pacific Theatre of operations and for the past ten months had been employed as a stewardess with Northwest Airlines, a position which she recently resigned.

Mr. Salo received his schooling in the east and then entered the army at the outbreak of the war, and was commissioned with the army air corps. Since his discharge from the service he has been an employee of Northwest Airlines, as station manager at Billings, Montana, until a month ago, at which time he received his appointment to the Pittsburgh Station, Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

 


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