BioM: Snow, Iva (1915)
Surnames: Curl, Snow, Greeley, Hammer, Dilley
----- Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/13/1916
Snow, Iva (29 DEC 1915)
A pretty home wedding took place at the country home of Commissioner and Mrs. L. E. Curl, one mile east of Golva, at 10 o’clock last Wednesday morning, December 29, 1915, when their only son, Guy W. Curl, took onto himself a bride in the person of Miss Iva Snow, only daughter of Mrs. P.A. Greeley of Sentinel Butte.
The home was artistically decorated for the occasion in white streamers and white wedding bells, the ceremony taking place at the west end of the parlor beneath one of the wedding bells, Rev. Hammer of the local Methodist Church performing the ceremony which united the young hearts. Only the immediate friends and relatives of the contracting parties were invited to the wedding.
The bride was becomingly attired in a gown of white crepe meteor and white shadow lace, and was attended by Miss Lois Curl, sister of the groom, who was gowned in pale pink taffeta. Joe Dilley of this city attended Mr. Curl as best man.
Following the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the dining room, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served.
The newly wedded couple motored to this city and left on No. 2 that day for South Dakota, Iowa, Wisconsin and other eastern points on a wedding trip. They will be at home to their friends at the groom’s farm south of Golva after March 15th.
The bride is a graduate of Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.) High School and has been teaching school near Sentinel Butte during the past few years, while the groom is a thrifty young farmer in the Golden Valley. Both have a large circle of friends who will extend them their heartiest felicitations for a happy and prosperous voyage on the seas of matrimony. (Golva, North Dakota Paper)
Miss Iva Snow is well known here (Loyal), having lived here all her life until two years ago.
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