BioM: Schwamb, Alice (1917)


Surnames: Schwamb, Davis, Mallory, Flick, Voight, Hulbraider

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 11/16/1917

Schwamb, Alice (12 NOV 1917)

On Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Tioga, at the home of John Schwamb, occurred the marriage of Miss Alice Beil Schwamb to Gerald Percy Davis of Chili. Rev. Wilson Mallory of Granton offiicated. They were attended by Vernon Flick and Ellen Voight, and only the near relatives of both parties were present. The front room was decorated with home plants and white crepe paper, and white bell under which the young couple stook while the words were spoken that made them husband and wife.

Immediately after the ceremony a bounteous dinner was served, and when that was over, the young folks, with their attendnats, were driven to Neillsville where the wedding picture was taken. When they came back, visiting and music were enjoyed until another good spread was partaken of. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Chili (Clark Co., Wis.). He wore a suit of blue serge, as did his best man. Mr. Davis holds a position as brakeman at Taconite, Minn., where they will reside. The bride was dressed in white silk trimmed in white silk lace. She is the second daughter of John Schwamb and wife of Tioga, and is a womanly and accomplished young lady. A shower was given on Saturday night privous and many useful and beautiful gifts were given. The only ugests were her brohter Arthur Schwamb and family, sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hulbraider and family, John Davis and wife, Irving and Esther Davis, also Chas. Fenske and Rev. W. Mallory.

They are expected at the groom's home Wednesday, where a reception will be given them, and Friday they will leave for Taconite, Minn.



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