This Day In History: 1922-06-10
The wedding of Olive Louise Snow to Prentice D. Ash took place at the bride’s home “Aloha”. The wedding was held on the lawn at 7:30 PM. Several hundred guests attended. The Rev. C. M. Ackerman of the Hillburn Presyterian Church presided. A reception with dancing at a specially constructed pavilion followed. The bride is the daughter of Elmer and Clara Snow, and her father is the Superintendent of the Brake Show Corporation in Mahwah. She is a 1921 graduate of Smith College. John B. Snow of Niagara Falls, the bride’s brother, was best man. Mrs. John B. Snow was matron of honor. Mildred Snow Gleason was a ribbon girl. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Frederick Ash of 192 Columbia Heights, Brooklyn. He is a graduate of MIT and his Chi Phi fraternity brothers acted as ushers. The couple have built a Dutch Colonial house and will live in Mahwah.