Schrooten, George & Miss Carrie Bayle (Marriage 1927)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 6/15/2010 at 09:21:21
June 20, 1927
SCHOOL TEACHER IS STANTON TWP. BRIDE
Miss Carrie Bayle and Geo. Schrooten United In Marriage—To Make Their Home on Groom’s Farm
George Schrooten of Stanton twp., and Miss Carrie Bayle, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bayle of Sloan, Ia., were united in marriage at the First Congregational Church, Sioux City, on Wednesday, June 8, by Rev. Wm. Wilson of Sloan. Immediate relatives and friends of the couple, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bunch of LeMars were present.
The bride was charmingly dressed in a gray georgette gown over rose colored satin, with hat and accessories to match, and carried a beautiful bouquet of roses.
Following the ceremony the wedding party went to the Martin Hotel where a wedding dinner was served. Following the dinner they made a short honeymoon trip in the southern part of the state and returned to LeMars on Thursday, June 9, and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bunch, where a 6 o’clock dinner was served. Miss Neva Martene of Merrill was a special guest.
Mr. Schrooten is a prosperous young man with many friends, and was a member of the American Expeditionary forces in France, figuring in several of the big battles. Miss Bayle is a graduate of the Sloan high school, and is very popular among the younger social set. For the past year she has been teaching in the Center school in Stanton township, where she has made many friends.
The newly married couple are now making their home on Mr. Schrooten’s farm in Stanton township, where they will be glad to meet all their friends.
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