BioM: Eckerman, Augusta M. (1918)

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----Source: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) 07/13/1918

Eckerman, Augusta M. (27 JUN 1918)

At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eckerman, 1400 Fifth St., Muskegon Heights, last evening, the marriage of their daughter, Miss Augusta Marie Eckerman to Mr. John Rosolack, was solemnized, Rev. Herbert Williams of Walkerville, officiating, with the ceremony of the Episcopal Church.

Clusters of marguerites and ferns decorated the house throughout and the national colors were everywhere in evidence, making a pretty background for the event.

The wedding gown was a dainty combination of champagne crepe de chine and georgette, and the bridal bouquet was of Ophelia roses.

Miss Ella Rousell, who attended the bride as maid of honor, wore crepe de chine in an old rose shade, and carried an arm bouquet of marguerites. Mr. Herman Tretow, a cousin of the groom, was best man.

Eleanor Bell McLeod, a little three-year-old niece of the bride, carried the ring in the heart of a white rose, and Viola Roller and Norma Butcher, wearing dainty white frocks, carried French baskets filled with marguerites and ferns.

After the congratulatory hour, a two course supper was served to thirty guests, the members of the bridal party taking their places at the large table in the dining room, while the other guests were seated at small tables placed about in other rooms.

The bridal couple received many expressions of good will from their friends, who presented them with numerous beautiful gifts.

The bride has been a successful teacher for some time, for the past three years occupying the position of principal of the Glendale school. The groom, who formerly resided at La Crosse, Wis., has been employed for the past two years by the Morton Mfg. Company at Muskegon Heights.

Mr. and Mrs. Rosolack will begin housekeeping at once in their new home at 1522 Peck St., Muskegon Heights.

Out of town guests were Rev. and Mrs. Williams of Walkerville, whose marriage took place last October, the bride of yesterday acting as maid of honor. (Muskegon paper, June 28, 1918)

The many Humbird, Clark County, Wis. friends of the groom send congratulations.



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