WETTESTAD, BARNES, JENSEN
Posted By: Diane M. Johnson
Date: 3/7/2007 at 09:19:54
On Wednesday, October 26, 1910, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barnes, occurred the wedding of their only daughter, Cecelia, to Mr. Adolph Wettestad, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Towner, pastor of the Methodist Church. As Mrs. Jensen, sister of the groom, played the wedding march the couple took their places in the parlor, in the presence of immediate relatives, and while Mr. V. A. Barnes and wife, brother and sister-in-law of the bride, acted as best man and bridesmaid, the solemn words were spoken that made them man and wife.
Following the ceremony, and after congratulations were said, the wedding party partook of a most sumptuous wedding dinner.
The bride needs no introduction to the people of Harris. She has grown to womanhood in our little city and has always been one of our most esteemed and popular young ladies. The groom is and has been the manager of Gregg & Zeeman elevator at this place for the past year and a half, which business he is carrying on successfully. Mr. Wettestad is a bright, clean and industrious young man.
They immediately went to housekeeping in the home prepared for occupancy by the groom. Out of town relatives who attended the wedding were: (Transcriber note, no names listed)...The Herald extends congratulations.
– Remitted by Diane M. Johnson
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