Campbell, Samuel G. & Lottie M. Dresser (Marriage 1893)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 1/17/2012 at 21:07:37
June 26, 1893
CAMPBELL-DRESSER: On Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Presbyterian parsonage, by
Rev. D.W. Fahs, Mr. Samuel G. Campbell and Miss Lottie M. Dresser.
The bridegroom is a young man of sterling qualities, worthy the fair hand he
has taken. He was formerly a telegraph operator of this city and is still
following that line of work. The bride has been reared in LeMars and by her
womanly graces and kind disposition has ever been a favorite among the young
people of this city. In her case, joy and sadness are mingled together. A
week before her marriage her mother died, and so in her new relation her
many friends will send a thought and a wish after her, hoping that her deep
sorrow may, in a measure, be allayed in the joy she may experience in her
married life. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will make their home in LeMars, thus
providing a home for the bride's younger sisters.
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