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|UDSON - WALTER||The parsonage of Rev. E. A. Seldon in Waukon was the scene of a pretty wedding at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, August 5, 1926, when Miss Leah Walter of this city and Henry Udson of Clermont were quietly married, the bride's mother, Mrs. Lilly Walter, witnessing the ceremony. The bride wore an ashes of roses dress of piorette sheen material, with hat to match. The groom wore a suit of gray. Following the ceremony they left on a wedding tour that will take them to Cheyenne, Wyoming, Roundup, Montana, and the Yellowstone Park. They will be "at home" to their many friends in Clermont, Iowa, after September 5th. The Herald joins their friends in extending hearty congratulations and best wishes. ~Postville Herald, Thur., Aug. 19, 1926 - contributed by Reid R. Johnson|
|UGLUM - unknown||Archie Uglum and bride returned the last of the week from their honeymoon trip to Minnesota and South Dakota. They will make a short visit here before taking up their residence in Milwaukee, where the groom is employed as a plasterer. ~Allamakee Journal & Lansing Mirror, June 26, 1929, Waterville column - contributed by Ann Krumme|
|UTTER - SHOWEN||MARRIED. At the residence of the bride's mother in Postville, Oct. 31st, by Rev. H.E. WARNER, Mr. A.W. UTTER and Miss Emma SHOWEN. They will take up their residence at Emmettsburg, Iowa, after Nov. 20th. ~Postville Review, November 3, 1883 - contributed by S. Ferrall|
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