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best price on to well as second WERE WEDDED IN MOLINE. John A. Stibolt and Miss Jessie Ziegler Married--Will Make Their Home Here. large We Moline Dispatch: Surrounded by their families and a few i n t i m friends, John A. Stibolt of Davenport and Miss Jessie A. Ziegler were in marriage last evening at the the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ziegler, at. 2114 Sixth avenue. The appointments of the event marked by delightful simplicity. The parlors were arranged with potted plants, carnations and roses, and one corner of the front parlor had been fashioned into a floral altar with smilax, plants, carnations and a horseshoe of roses. The bride and groom, unattended, entered the parlors at 8 o'clock as the "Lohengrin" march was played by Skogh Sisters' orchestra, and were by the officiating clergyman, the Rev. Wesley HaskelL of the First Unitarian Congregational church, who had preceded them into the parlor. The ceremony was used while the orchestra orchestra solftly rendered "Hearts and Flowers." The bride wore white taffeta with duchesse lace, and she carried bride's roses, a bouquet which fell Miss Abbie Day when thrown. After congratulations the wedding party sat down to supper in the room, in which the decorations were the t same tasteful simplicity, chiefly comprising roses, of which a handsome handsome bouquet stood on the dining table. Despite their efforts to keep from their friends their movements and plans, the bride and groom were victims .of a demonstration which no doubt in the minds of all who witnesses to it that the young people were a blushing bridal couple. The carriage was lavishly decorated, and even the traveling effects were unearthed unearthed from the closet in which were securely locked, by removing hinges from the door, and a copious supply of rice and bulletins spread everything. A crowd of enthusiastic friends followed the bridal carriage Davenport and spread the rice and news broadcast and even .pursued the couple to their Pullman car on the midnight train and broke the news to passengers, who took it all in the of fun. Mr. and Mrs. Stilbolt will*be at in Davenport at Sixth and Iowa after April 1.

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  1. Davenport Morning Star,
  2. 08 Mar 1901, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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