Greene - Wheeler marriage - 1906
GREENE, WHEELER, JENKINS
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 5/9/2017 at 12:02:53
The marriage, Tuesday evening, October 2nd, 1906, of Miss Geneva Gertrude Wheeler, only daughter of Elva F. Wheeler, of Monona, to Dr. Orvan E. Greene, of Clinton, though a quiet home wedding, was attended with considerable interest by reason of the bride's large circle of friends in this vicinity. The wedding ceremony was read at eight o'clock by Rev. H. Williams, pastor of the M.E. church. The bride was unattended except by the little ring bearer, Lois Wheeler, a niece of the bride, and little Miss Ruth Jenkins, a niece of the groom. The bride was born and grew to womanhood in Monona. For several years she was an instructor in the Monona Public Schools, making her teaching the same success as everything else she undertook. The groom, one of Clinton's most highly respected and popular young men, is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Greene, of Spencer. He is a graduate of the Indianapolis College of dental surgery and has been practicing in Clinton for several years. Following the ceremony a two course luncheon was served and an informal reception was held until train time. The young people left on the 11:20 train for Clinton which will be their future home.
Elkader Register, Thur., 11 Oct. 1906. Monona column.
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