Weber, Otto Lawrence & Miss Harriet Gertrude Pike, Wedding 1917
Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 3/25/2006 at 21:16:56
Weber, Otto Lawrence & Miss Harriet Gertrude Pike, 20 Jun 1917
Source: Akron Register-Tribune
Dated 28 Jun 1917
A very beautiful wedding was solemnized at the C. C. Pike home at high noon,
Wednesday, June 20, 1917, when their only daughter, Harriet Gertrude, was
united in marriage to Mr. Otto Lawrence Weber. Rev. R. W. Jamison, of Sioux
City, an old friend of the family, was the officiating clergyman. Mrs.
Ethel Jamison Booth, of Sioux City, played the wedding march and the bride
was attended by four maids, her cousins, Misses Glennie and Grace Pike, and
Ruth Huff and Julia Moffatt. Miss Pike was gowned in white net trimmed in
heavy white lace and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The four bridesmaids
were gowned in white, with pink sashes.
The happy couple stood under a white bell on a pink and white arch in the
parlor of the home, and the color scheme was also carried out in the three
course dinner which was in charge of Mrs. Booth and Miss Mary Van Orsdall.
The wedding dinner was served at three tables and unusually interesting
feature was the use, upon the bride's table, of real linen table cloth spun
by her great grandmother and upon which her grandmother and mother had eaten
their wedding dinners. Shortly after the dinner hour, Mr. and Mrs. Weber
departed for Sioux City on a brief wedding trip. These two young people are
well and favorably known in the community, being Plymouth county products of
the best ever and have the congratulations and good wishes of the entire
community with them. Larry Weber is one of the county's most progressive
and hustling young farmers and is excellent socially and in business, while
his bride has been a very successful and up-to-date teacher and equally
prominent in the county society. They will be at home to their friends
after August 1st on the groom's farm, where a modern bungalow is being
prepared for their reception.
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