BioM: Wilding, Florence Marie (1913)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Wilding, Brown, Risser, Glass, Snyder, Burnett, Neverman, Marsh, Austin, Landgraf, Ure
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Oct 9, 1913
Wilding, Florence Marie (8 Oct 1913)
On yesterday afternoon at 4 o’clock at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Wilding, was solemnized the wedding of their daughter, Florence Marie, to Mr. Herbert Lee Brown, both of this city, Rev. Risser officiating. At the appointed hour, Miss Daisy Glass rendered the vocal solo, entitled "Oh, Promise Me," followed by the wedding march by Miss Vera Snyder. The groom with his best man, Mr. Ernest Snyder, descended the stairs, followed by little Miss Virginia Burnett acting as flower girl, who strewed roses in the path of the bride. The bride being accompanied by her father who gave her away. The contracting parties took their respective places beneath a beautiful arch of smilax and roses, effectively trimmed with wedding bells. The bride wore a gown of silk chiffon over satin, trimmed with imported shadow lace and silk, lilies of the valley and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. The bride’s mother wore a gown of taupe brocaded charmuese trimmed with Nell rose.
Both of these young people have been in our midst for many years and are both known to all to be very accomplished and energetic young people. The bride is a graduate of the city schools and a graduate of the business college of this city. She has been employed as a stenographer by the county officials for the past five years and during her work at the courthouse has met and made a host of friends. She has also educated herself in many artistic lines. The groom is also a graduate of our schools also of the business college of this city. He has been employed in this and other localities for ten years and has shown himself to be a capable, energetic young man.
After the ceremony a bountiful four course luncheon was served, the color scheme of the luncheon being pink and white. Many beautiful and useful presents were presented to the bride and groom. They left on a trip through Minnesota, Dakota and Missouri, taking with them the very best wishes of their friends for a pleasant trip on the sea of life.
The young lady friends of the bride served the luncheon and were Misses Alice Neverman, Fay Marsh, Elsie Snyder, Katherine Austin, Lesa Landgraf and Vivian Ure.
One of the most pleasant of presents was a dining room set presented to them by the "court house bunch."
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