Clark County Clipper, August 25, 1927


 
HENDERSON-ALGER
 

Simplicity and beauty marked the wedding of Miss Anna Henderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Henderson of Tarkio, Mo., and Mr. Oak Alger, which was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents Wednesday morning August 17th, 1927, at 9:30 o'clock.

Preceding the ceremony Miss Ruth Henderson, sister of the bride, sang "At Dawning," with Mrs. Roy Miller at the piano.  To the strains of "I love you truly," Helen Strong and Nancy Mae Smith entered strewing flowers in the bride's pathway, marked by pink and white streamers which led to the door way which formed an arch beautifully decorated.  The ring ceremony was performed by Dr. J. A. Thompson, President of Tarkio College.

The bride was gowned in a white taffeta frock with foot wear to match and wore a tulle veil held in place by pearls and silver ribbon.  Her arm bouquet was of ophelia roses.  Immediately following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to thirty guests and in this the color scheme of pink and white was used.

Since Mrs. Alger's graduation from Tarkio College, she has been a successful teacher in the Ashland and Warrensburg, Mo., High Schools.  She has been popular in church and music circles and has made many friends in Ashland.

Mr. Alger who is the son of Mrs. W. B. Rankin, was a graduate of the Ashland High School with the class of 1926, he has been employed as bookkeeper at the Ford Motor Co., since returning from attending the Pittsburg Normal at Pittsburg, Kansas.

Out of town guests who attended the wedding were:  Miss Florence Waldo of Richmond, Kansas; Mrs. W. B. Rankin, mother of Mr. Alger of Ashland; Mrs. Ella Brokan an Aunt, of Wichita, Kansas; and Mrs. Mary Samuels of Rawalpindi, India, a native mission worker who came in her native costume.  She presented the bride with a string of native beads.

Mr. and Mrs. Alger arrived in Ashland Sunday and are making their home at the Paul McCasland residence.

The Clipper joins the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Alger in extending congratulations and best wishes for them in their new life and home.


Contributed by ~Shirley Brier~ November 1, 2005.
 


 

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