Webster – Banning Marriage 1898
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Date: 10/28/2020 at 15:36:46
Source: Decorah Republican Mar. 24, 1898 P 10 C 1
Miss Grace Banning and Henry Webster were married at twelve o'clock to-day at the residence of the bride's parents.
Source: Decorah Republican Mar. 31, 1898 P 5 C 3
WEBSTER--BANNING—At the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banning, near Castalia on the 23rd inst., Mr. Henry Webster and Miss Grace Banning. Rev. Dickenshoots of the U. B. church officiating.
Full particulars are given by our Frankville correspondent.
Source: Decorah Republican Mar. 31, 1898 P 8 C 2
The Webster-Banning wedding was attended by about ninety invited guests last Wednesday. At precisely five minutes to 12 m. the organ pealed forth the wedding march, und the bride and groom, preceded by the groomsman and bridesmaid, Jas. Birdsell, Jr., and Miss Stella Logsden, marched down stairs, through the parlor, out into the yard where the sun was shining bright and warm, and in a few words from Rev. Dickensheets were made one for time and eternity. Congratulations were next in order and then all repaired to the dining room where a bounteous dinner was in waiting. The bride looked very lovely, being attired in a lavender silk dress with white silk lace and pearl trimming. A large number of beautiful and useful presents were left with these young people to enjoy in their home at the Sawyer farm, which the bridegroom has rented for the coming year. They will be at their home after March 28th. All extend their best wishes for a long and happy life for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webster.
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