Oliver, Donald F. & Gladys Huff (Marriage 1932)
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Date: 12/24/2011 at 11:38:13
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
July 19, 1932
AKRON GIRL WEDS SIOUX CITY MAN
GLADYS HUFF, PORTLAND TOWNSHIP TEACHER, IS BRIDE OF DONALD F. OLIVER
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Huff, of Akron, announce the marriage of their daughter,
Gladys, to Donald F. Oliver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oliver, of Sioux City,
Iowa, at 7:30 o’clock Thursday evening, July 7, 1932. The wedding took
place in the parlors of the couple’s new home in the presence of a very few
relatives. The ring service was solemnized by the groom’s cousin, Rev. J.
Ervin Feller, of Wesley Methodist church, Sioux City. The bride was dressed
in a most becoming and dainty toe length gown of rose chiffon, with white
accessories. The bridesmaid, her sister, Winifred Huff, was becomingly
attired in rose and white chiffon with white accessories. Roy Walstead, of
Sioux City, was groomsman. The bride’s chosen colors were rose and white,
and the tea rose the chosen flower. The parlor was tastefully decorated for
the occasion with gorgeous bouquets and the bride’s colors.
After the ceremony, a delicious lunch was served. Later in the evening, the
couple left for a short wedding trip.
The bride is a graduate of Akron high school and attended Morningside
college, Sioux City. She has been a successful teacher in Portland township
the last six years. The groom, a young man of sterling character, is a
graduate of Central high school, of Sioux City. He is employed at the Gas
and Electric Company, of Sioux City, where he has held a responsible
position for a number of years. The happy couple first met while attending
Morningside college. A host of friends extend congratulations and wishes for
a long and happy life companionship. They received many lovely wedding
gifts, with which they were well pleased.
The newly married couple are now at home to their many friends and relatives
at Apt. 7, Moe Apartments, 414 Eleventh Street, Sioux City.
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