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Moir, Glen & Miss Evelyn Baldwin (Marriage 1935)

MOIR, BALDWIN

Posted By: Linda Ziemann, Volunteer (email)
Date: 1/30/2010 at 13:56:28

Le Mars Sentinel
September 24, 1935

HOME WEDDING JOINS POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE
GLEN MOIR AND EVELYN BALDWIN MARRIED FRIDAY AT BRIDEíS HOME
MEMBERS OF OLD FAMILIES
WILL LIVE ON FARM GROOM OPERATES IN SIOUX COUNTY

A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baldwin, of
Fredonia, Friday, September 20, when their daughter, Evelyn Marie, became
the bride of Glen Moir, of Orange City. The double ring ceremony was
solemnized at 11 a.m. by Rev. Phillips, pastor of the Methodist church, at
Seney.

The bride, charmingly attired in a white satin gown with veil caught in cap
effect, and carrying a bouquet of pink asters and ferns, was attended by her
sister, Miss Lucille Baldwin, wearing a powder blue taffeta dress.

Immediately after Miss Lois Moir sang ďAt Dawning,Ē the bride and her father
entered the living room to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march placed
by Miss Mildred Eastman, of Akron. They were preceded by flower girl and
ring bearer, niece and nephew, of the groom. The groom and best man wore the
conventional blue.

After the ceremony a three course wedding dinner was served to forty guests.
The brideís table was bountifully decorated in her chosen colors of blue,
pink, and green, with a three-tiered wedding cake as a centerpiece. The
honors of serving were accorded Misses Clara May Wood, Jewel Godwin and
Agnes Pletschette.

Following a two weeks honeymoon in the west, the young couple will make
their home on the groomís fatherís farm near Orange City.

The bride is a graduate of the LeMars High School and was a successful
teacher in the rural school of Plymouth County. The groom, also, attended
LeMars High School and since that time has operated his fatherís farm.

Guests from a distance were Emil Dixon, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moir
and family, of Akron; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moir and family, of Sioux City.

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moir are popular in a large circle of friends who wish
them a happy married life.


 

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