Posted By: Judy Kelley (email)
Date: 10/4/2015 at 17:51:52
Source: LCHS scrapbook; newspaper clipping, handwritten date of 1910
On June 22d at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Jackson, of Grandview, occurred the marriage of their eldest daughter, Helen, to Mr. Joe Neal, formerly of Wapello, now living near Grandview. To the melodious strains of a pretty wedding march so ably played by Miss Ethel Browning, the contracting parties entered the parlor where a modest ring ceremony, performed by Rev. A.H. Barker, made them man and wife. Only the immediate relatives and a few close friends were present. The house decorations were not elaborate, everything being marked by simplicity and good taste. The bride was beautifully gowned in a princess dress of cream taffeta and carried a bride's bouquet of white roses. After the service a dainty three course supper was served.
The bride is well known in Grandview and vicinity. She obtained her education in the Grandview schools and the Iowa State Teacher's College. She is active in church work, at present being organist at the Methodist church where she has delighted the congregations with her talent. She is in every way fitted to be the wife of the man of her choice. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Neal, a farmer living near Grandview.
The happy couple were the recipients of many beautiful and useful presents. Our best wishes follow them to their home.
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