Campbell, Elmer F. & Miss Mabel Fursee, Wedding 1910
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Date: 10/17/2005 at 20:37:21
Campbell, Elmer F. & Miss Mabel Fursee, 6 Jan 1910
Source: Akron Register
January 13, 1910
Special to the Register-Tribune from Millnerville:
"A most happy home wedding was consummated January 6, 1910, when Elmer
F. Campbell and Miss Mabel Fursee joined hearts and hands, in the
presence of relatives and a few close friends. An archway of red and
green, with large red bells, was formed for the nuptial occasion, where
Justice H.G. Codd read the marriage service that united them for life.
Harry, brother of the bride, acted as best man, and Miss Kate Trometer
as bridesmaid. The bride wore a dark blue princess, with white sain
waist, trimmed with linen lace, and the bridesmaid was attired in a gown
of dark blue silk to match.
After congratulations, a table was set for fifteen persons, the table
being decorated with vases of flowers.
Mabel is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Fursee, and is a young
woman of winsome and cheerful nature. The groom is the oldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell, of Logan Park, Sioux City and highly
esteemed by his friends. The young couple have the best wishes of all
who know them. They went to housekeeping on the groom's farm at Logan
Distant relatives at the wedding were Mrs. Mary McWilliams and daughter
and Mr. William McWilliams of Pittville, California, and Miss Lillian
Stevens, of Elk Point."
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