BioM: Neverman, Alice #2 (1916)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Neverman, Flynn, Longenecker, Rush
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/19/1916
Neverman, Alice (18 Oct 1916)
Yesterday morning at 9 o’clock, Miss Alice Neverman and Arthur Flynn were united in marriage by Rev. Longenecker. The wedding was a very quiet one, only the immediate relatives of the young people being present. The bride wore a brown broadcloth traveling suit, and corsage bouquet of lilies of the valley and roses. The ceremony was performed beneath a bower of ferns, roses, and vines and the Neverman home was very prettily decorated throughout for the occasion. A wedding breakfast was served at the conclusion of the ceremony and the bride and groom left on the noon train for a brief wedding trip before going to their home at Sioux Falls, S.D. to take up housekeeping. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Mary Neverman and has grown to young womanhood in this city. She is a graduate of the high school and since graduation took up stenography and for several years has been a faithful employee in the office of District Attorney Rush. She is a young lady of exceptionally pleasing personality and has been a social favorite here as well as an earnest church worker. Mr. Flynn is a son of James Flynn, deceased, and is a Neillsville boy who is making a great success of life. He is at present employed as roundhouse foreman of the Omaha shops at Sioux Falls, a position which came to him though his unfailing integrity and industry. The young people are both well known here and have a large circle of friends who join in wishing them all the good things of their life to be. Among those who were here for the wedding from away were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Flynn of Eau Claire and Mrs. Jas. Flynn of Granton.
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