Douglass, Leo A. & Miss Helen Mae Webster, Wedding 12913
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Date: 11/2/2005 at 12:29:04
Douglass, Leo A. & Miss Helen Mae Webster, 27 Aug 1913
Source: Akron Register
Dated August 28, 1913
The marriage of Miss Helen Mae Webster, of Harley, Iowa, and Leo A. Douglass, of this city, took place at the home of the bride in Hartley, on Wednesday morning, August 27, 1913, at 9 o’clock, Rev. Gilbert officiating. The bride’s sister, Miss May Webster, acted as her maid of honor, and groom’s nephew, Paul Williams, of Sioux Falls, was groomsman.
The bride has been one of Akron’s most popular and efficient instructors in the public schools, having taught several terms in the primary department. She is possessed of personal charms and accomplishments that have won for her a host of friends here. The groom is a son of Mrs. S. E. Douglass and has lived here practically all his life. A graduate of the Akron High School, he has held a position in the Beck & Burrill clothing store the past seven years, where he has made an enviable record in faithfulness and application to his duties. A clean and upright young man, he holds the confidence and highest esteem of all who know him. The newly-married couple, so deservedly popular here, have the sincere congratulations and choicest wishes of a host of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Douglass went to Minneapolis on their honeymoon and will be at home in Akron after September 15.
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