Anstine, Guy & Hazel Walkup (Marr 1915)
Posted By: Viv Reeves (email)
Date: 6/26/2005 at 20:12:01
Guy Anstine & Hazel Walkup
Married March 10, 1915
Courthouse Record: Vol 7, Page 212
LeMars Sentinel, Friday, March 12, 1915, Page 1, Column 6:
PRETTY HOME WEDDING
Hazel Walkup and Guy Anstine Married
A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walkup on Wednesday, March 10th , 1915, when their only daughter, Hazel Fern Walkup, and Ellsworth Guy Anstine were united in marriage. The ceremony occurred at eight o'clock p.m. and was witnessed by the relatives and friends of the young couple. Rev. Geo. F. Woods, pastor of the Seney church, officiated. The wedding was of special interest as the young couple have resided in this community all of their lives and are popular among a large circle of friends. The wedding colors, pink and white, were carried out in the floral decorations of the home. At the appointed hour Miss Grace Whitman, an intimate friend of the bride, played Mendelssohn's wedding march and Miss Jessie Reeves sang “A Perfect Day” just after the ceremony.
The bride was attired in a pretty gown of white satin messaline with oriental lace flounces and crystal bead trimming. She carried an arm bouquet of bridal roses and carnations.
After congratulations a wedding dinner was served to seventy-five guests. Miss Vera Hughes, Verna McArthur, Kate Ray burn, Mary Ray burn, Esther Cook and Grace Whitman assisted in extending the courtesies of the dinner hour. In the decorations and menu the colors of pink and white were observed in the most beautiful way. The remainder of the evening was given over to the reception.
The happy couple were the recipients of many beautiful wedding presents, which shows their popularity in this community.
Both young people are industrious and ambitious and enjoy the best wishes from their scores of friends.
The bride's traveling suit was navy blue with waist of crepe de chene with accessories to match. The young couple left Thursday evening for Chicago and after visiting a few weeks with relatives, they will be at home on a farm of the groom's father, where they will be delighted to receive their friends.
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