Weber, Lou & Celia Mullong (Wedding 1910)
Posted By: Linda Mohning, volunteer (email)
Date: 3/19/2011 at 19:20:23
Lou Weber and Celia Mullong, married February 8, 1910
"Lou Weber has taken a wife to make the rest of his life happy. He was married to Miss Celia Mullong of Sioux City. The wedding took place Tuesday evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. E.E. Chase, Rev. J. F. Kerlin conducted the services. The couple left that evening for Chicago for a short honeymoon. After returning they will go to housekeeping on the groom's farm. Best of wishes and a happy life for theirs."
- Le Mars Globe Post, Thursday, Feb 17, 1910.
"WEBER-MULLONG WEDDING. Plymouth County Young People Married in Sioux City. Miss Celia Mullong and Louis A. Weber were united in marriage on Tuesday evening, the ceremony taking place at the home the bride's sister, Mrs. E. E. Chase, Bay State Building, Sioux City. The marriage service was conducted by Rev. J. F. Kerlin, of Grace Reformed church, in the presence of relatives and friends. The bride wore a lovely dress of white silk mulle over taffeta and wore a while tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of beautiful bridal roses. The bridesmaid was Miss Delia Weber, a sister of the groom who wore a becoming gown of pink landsdown elaborately trimmed with lace. Dr. C. R. Mullong of Le Mars, was a groomsman. After the wedding service and congratulations a three course supper was served and the evening was spent in music and dancing. The young couple received a number of handsome presents. The bride is a daughter of Henry Mullong of this county. For the past year or two she has been making her home in Sioux City and was employed as cashier at the West hotel. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Weber, of Fredonia township, and both he and his bride are popular with a large circle of friends. After a wedding trip to Chicago and other points. The young people will take up their residence on the Weber farm in Fredonia."
- Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, Friday, Feb 11, 1910.
"WEDDED IN SIOUX CITY, MISS CELIA MULLONG WEDS LOUIS WEBER, Were Married at the Residence of E. E. Chase on Tuesday, Evening and Left for Wedding Trip. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chase in Sioux City on Tuesday evening occurred the marriage of Celia Mullong and Mr. Louis Weber of Elgin township. The marriage was witnessed by the relatives and immediate friends of the contracting parties and was performed at seven o'clock by Rev. Kerlin of the Grace Reformed church of Sioux City. The bride was attended by Miss Dela Weber, sister of the groom who wore a becoming gown of pink lasndown elaborately trimmed with lace. The bride was attired in a lovely dress of white silk mull over taffeta and wore a white tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of beautiful bridal roses. Dr. C. R. Mullong of Le Mars, a brother of the bride was the groom's attendant. After the wedding services and congratulations an elaborate wedding supper was served in three courses at the Chase home which was prettily decorated in the wedding colors. The evening was spent in music and dancing in fittingly celebrating the joyous event. They were the recipients of a handsome line of wedding gifts including cut glass, china and silverware which spoke of the high esteem in which the popular young couple are held by the community. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mullong of Sioux City. She is a sister of Mrs. Albert Schenider and Dr. C.R. Mullong, of Le Mars where she has numerous friends. She is exceedingly popular with a large circle and is greatly admired for her many fine qualities.The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Weber, old and respected citizens of Elgin township. He is a prosperous young farmer who has made a success at his vocation. After an extensive, wedding trip to Chicago and other points the happy young couple will go to housekeeping on a farm owned by the groom's father near Seney. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider and Dr. Mulong, Mr. Ed Detloff, Frank Weber and Miss Dela Weber were the relatives from Le Mars who attended the wedding."
- Le Mars Globe-Post, Thursday, February 10, 1910, page one, column 3
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