7 June 1916

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7 June 1916 - WICKLL'ND-NEWQUIST Popular Young People of Eau...
WICKLL'ND-NEWQUIST Popular Young People of Eau Pleine Township Are Married Last Friday. Friday, June 2, at ten o'clock in | morning, occurred the marriage 'liuth Newquist to Evar Wicklund, both residents of Eau Pleine. The "otn resiuenis ui ^au * icuic. * Vmarriage took place at the Free gical church in that township. The , church was decorated with ferns i lilacs The wedding march was played by Miss; Edith.Modeei.of The attendants, who were herst. v -~ _----------. , Esther Wicklund and Carl Larson giv- ', Estella Swanson and Edward Sweets son, marched in first and of 'and groom at the altar. A song j sung by the Misses Josephine as- Tressia Swanson, after which and double ring service was «..*-. v»u«.-»*^ - --«^ the the the words being pronounced by ±tev. ' a Andrew Anderson. The bride wore a dress of silk de chene and a veil which was third with white roses. She also carried and j bouquet of white roses, U\_» U V J U V - U \SJ- » . . - · -- -Ruth is the second daughter of C. G. Swanson and Evar is the son of Mrs. Matilda Wicklund. | young people are well known in ; vicinity, having lived there most j,heir live.';. ~ ........ them very the their home on the farm which stick. ' £ v a r has had charge of since his nine father's death, some three years Their friends evtend to best wishes. They will four reception was given to relatives intimate friends of the bride and | ,r room a t the home of Mr. and Mrs Swanson, the following being h e s t s : Mrs. Emma Swanson and Mr. Isralson, Mrs. C. Peter- a Fish- of son, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gustafson, Josephine and Tressia Swanson, Richard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swanson, Edith Modeen of Amherst, Andrew Anderson, Gust Swanson family of Stevens Point, Mrs. Larson and family, Edward Thompson, El : mer Swanson, John Johnson, Mr. Mrs. Ole Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Olson and family, Bessie and Ida Anderson, Minnie Pearson, Mr. and Mrp. Anton Anderson, Miss and Miss Nordeen of Bayfield, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Adolph Lilyquist.

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  1. The Gazette,
  2. 07 Jun 1916, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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