BioM: Josephine B. Thayer (1917)


Surnames: Thiede, Thayer

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/19/1917

Josephine B. Thayer (12 OCT 1917)

Last week Friday, Oct. 12th, 1917, at high noon, Ewald A. Thiede and Miss Josephine B. Thayer were united in marriage by Rev. Reiff. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Thayer in Bark Addition to this village. The bride wore a very pretty dress of pink silk trimmed with chiffon and silver lace, and carried a beautiful arm bouquet of bridal roses. The happy pair was attended by his sister, Miss Emma Thiede, who wore a blue silk dress, and by her brother Perry Thayer. The gentlemen wore black, as is usual on such occasions. At the conclusion of the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to the guests who were only the immediate relatives of the young couple. The floral decorations for the parlor and dining room were pink and white carnations.

The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Thayer, a pupil in the village school last year. A happy girl with many prepossessing traits of character and with friends wherever she is known. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thiede, a young man of good habits and morals. He is a practical and well to do farmer engaged in that art with his father on their fine farm, a mile south of the village. Her the happy bridal pair has now taken up residence, having returned from their bridal trip and visit to the bride's sister, Mrs. Alva Thayer, at La Crosse, early this week.





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