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Carlson, Julius C. & Carrie Stewart,Wedding 1913


Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 10/17/2005 at 13:05:06

Carlson, C. Julius & Miss Carrie Stewart, 3 Dec 1913

DECEMBER 4, 1913

Marked by its simplicity was the pretty home wedding which took place
Wednesday, December 3rd, at high noon at the home of the bridegroom's
mother, Mrs. Caroline Carlson, when her son C. Julius was united in marriage
to Miss Carrie Stewart. Just at twelve o'clock the strains of Lorheugrins
wedding march was played by Miss Esther Carlson and the happy couple took
their place beneath and arch unattended, where the few chosen words which
made them husband and wife was performed by Rev. D. J. Hawks. The ceremony
was witnessed by a number of relatives of the family and a few friends. The
home was prettily decorated with white and green, this; and white roses were
the class colors and flowers of the bride, in the
Michigan Deaconess Training School. The bride was dressed in a beautiful
costume of crepe duchene trimmed with shadow lace and pearls. Following the
ceremony a wedding dinner was served in five courses, after which the
afternoon and evening was spent in celebrating the happy event. They
received many useful and beautiful presents. After a short honeymoon trip
they will go to housekeeping on the bridegroom's farm at Flandreau, South
Dakota. They will be at home to their friends after December 10th.


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