Bio: Neverman, Eda (Marriage - 1900)
Contact: Janet Schwarze
Surnames: NEVERMAN HUNT
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 11/03/1900
EDA NEVERMAN/CLARENCE M. HUNT MARRIAGE
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Behrens, at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, occurred the marriage of Miss Eda Neverman to Mr. Clarence M. Hunt, Rev. W. E. Kloster officiating. The ceremony was simple and was performed with the ring.
Those present besides the members of the family with whom the bride has made her home since her residence in Greenwood, Clark County, were Mrs. Geo. Hartison and daughter from Cadott, a sister of the bride her brother, Carl Neverman from Neillsville Mr. and Mrs. Will Hannah, her sister and husband, from Christie Mrs. Henry Mahar, a cousin, from Milwaukee Miss Dora Neverman, sister, from Chicago Mrs. Chas. Roseman, her aunt, from Christie the groom's father and mother, H. W. Hunt and wife his sister, Miss Faye his two younger brothers Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cummings and Misses Rue and Gladys Cummings.
The bride was attired in white brocaded silk trimmed with chiffon and silk appliqué and wore and carried yellow roses. The groom was dressed in regulation dress suit.
After the ceremony the guest sat down with the bride and groom and partook of a generous wedding dinner prepared by the hostess, Mrs. Behrens.
A number of beautiful and valuable presents were bestowed upon the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hunt left early in the afternoon for Neillsville where they took the train for St. Paul and Minneapolis. After a week's travel and sight seeing they will go to housekeeping in rooms over H. W. Hunt's store, where they will be at home to their friends after Jan. 1, 1901.
The Gleaner joins in best wishes for the new man and wife.
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