Adams-Carpenter marriage, 1906
Posted By: S. Ferrall - IAGenWeb volunteer
Date: 4/14/2010 at 21:08:51
The Carpenter-Adams Wedding
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H.R. Carpenter in this city, Thursday evening occurred the marriage of their daughter Nellie L. and Robert Adams. The ceremony was performed by Rev A.S. Hock pastor of the Congregational church of Elkader who used the Episcopal ring service in the presence of relatives, no cards having been issued. The bride was prettily attired in chiffon batiste trimmed with baby Irish and Valencines lace, while the groom appeared in the conventional black.
The bride is one of the popular young ladies of Elkader possessing those accomplishments that tend to the upbuilding of an enjoyable home. The groom is from Ocala, Florida. His mother is the owner of the Ocala House in that city. He is connected with the clerical force of the hotel and is also the city ticket agent of the Atlantic Coast Line at Ocala. Mr. Adams spent several weeks here this fall and won the friendship of those whom he met.
Mr. and Mrs. Adams departed at once for the south and will be at home at Ocala, Fla. after Jan. 1, 1907. They leave Elkader with the hearty congratulations of friends.
~Elkader Register, December 6, 1906
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