Clipped From Freeport Journal-Standard
«NG A? ELEROY OF LOCAUNTERES1 HISS ANNA HA1SKE IS BRIDE OF W. H. ELTZROTH, OF FREEPORT. NHOOM IS \K\VHl'.tl»K,K SOIJC- ITOH POItMKIM.iV OK IXniAN.U'OMH. Kclwiml I*. Doitglus niul Miss Smile CM IT Tiiko Vows n< "High" Noon —(Jrooin Is Night Tlckcl .Age.nl for liiterurhaii. The wedding of AFiss Anna Wil- belinine Hanke, daughter of Mr. am: Mrs. Edward Hanke. and Will H Eltzroth, circulation manager for a local daily paper, was solemnized al the home of the bride's parents near FJeroy at 10 o'clock this morning Rev. A. T. Harris, ;in old friend of tho groom and pastor of the Kirs: Pentecostal church at Kewanee. 111. wns the officiating clergyman. There were no attendants and only the immediate relatives of Air. and Mrs Eltzroth were present. Alias Frances Reiman. of Chicago, played the Mendelssohn wedding march. Following the ceremony the guests partook of an elaborate wedding luncheon. Ooldenrod and ferns were used wllli pretty effect in decorating the parlors and the dining room. Besides being the wedding day of theii daughter, the occasion was mncU doubly interesting to Mr. and Mrs Edward Hanke, as it was the thirty- first anniversary of their marriage. Mrs. Eltzroth has been ,a resident of, fOleroy practically all her life, although spending part of the last few years In this city. Mr. Eltzroth camt, here from his home in Indianapolis about eighteen months ago. Both have a large number of friends in this city, especially among the members of the Tribe of Ben Hur, which Air. Eltzroth helped to Institute In Freeport. The couple will go immediately to housekeeping in a cozy home which the groom has furnished at, 30 Iroquois street. • It is understood that the members of the Tribe of Ben Hui will hold a housewarmlng reception for Mr. and Mrs. Eltzroth at their new home tonight.