Posted By: Karen Bergquist Uhr
Date: 2/7/2009 at 20:59:41
In this city, on Sunday afternoon, by Rev. Myron Reed, Mr. Wes. M. Dodson and Miss Mollie Fisk.
The ceremonies were celebrated at the residence of the officiating clergyman without ostentation, only a few personal friends of the bride and groom being present. The tankard of joy was not hidden however, for from the depths of his heart, the generous groom remembered his friends afterward, and the merry-making was gladsomeness to the very fullness thereof. The blush of the wine was deeper than that of the rose, and the "bouquet" equaled only by the sweet perfume of the garland of Graphic beauties entwined for the lovely bride. Here's to you, dear fellow; may your wedded life never know a sorrow and your coming years grow brighter as the silver threads creep into the darker locks and betray the years that lead to the tomb.
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