Jacobia - Munger marriage 1914
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Date: 5/1/2013 at 11:43:26
Wednesday afternoon in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Munger, Rev. R. G. Heddon performed the solemn ceremony which joined in wedlock Miss Florence A. Munger and Mr. Ray E. Jacobia, son of Mrs. David Jacobia of Postville, in the presence of near relatives. The bride is a graduate of the Elkader schools and has been a successful teacher for several years, and held in high esteem by many friends, the groom is an industrious and successful farmer, well worthy of the prize he has won and those who know them intimately are impelled to the conclusion that they have both chosen wisely and well. After congratulations they went by automobile to Monona, where they boarded a train enroute for Minneapolis and Spring Valley, Minn., and west on a wedding trip, after which they will return to near Postville and locate on the farm, and the best wishes of many friends will follow them.- Elkader Democrat, reprinted in the Postville Review of Fri., 30 Jan. 1914.
Tuesday, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Munger, occurred the marriage of Miss Florence Munger and Mr. Ray Jacobia, Rev. R. G. Heddon officiating. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal couple departed for Monona and will spend a three weeks honeymoon at La Crosse, Wis., Spring Valley, Minn., and at other points and will be "at home" at Postville after March 1st. The bride is one of Elkader's most highly respected young ladies, a graduate of our schools and for several years a successful teacher. The groom is a son of Mrs. David Jacobia of Postville. Their many friends wish them the greatest measure of happiness and prosperity throughout life.
Elkader Register & Argus, Thur., 29 Jan. 1914. Condensed.
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