BioM: Miller, Walla (1920)

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----Source: HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (Humbird, Clark County, Wis.) 06/05/1920

Miller, Walla (25 MAY 1920)

At the home of the bride's parents at Perkiomenville, Penn., on Tuesday evening, May 25, 1920, occurred the wedding of Miss Walla Miller and Mr. Louis Kelsh, the Rev. Brindle, pastor of the Reformed Church, pronouncing the ceremony. The pleasant home was prettily decorated for the event which was attended by a number of friends of the family. After the congratulations had been given the bride and groom, the wedding party partook of the dainty wedding supper, such as only the mother of the bride can prepare.

The pretty young bride was dressed in a wedding gown of white satin and georgette crepe and wore a veil of special make. She carried a beautiful bouquet of roses. Her bridesmaid was dressed in white and carried a bouquet somewhat smaller than that of the bride. The groom wore a suit of dark blue serge. After spending a few days with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Miller, the young couple left amid showers of blessings for their home, which is on the Kelsh farm in Garden Valley, Jackson Co., Wis., where they arrived last Saturday evening, and where they have already taken up the duties of housekeeping. On Monday evening an informal reception was given them by neighbors and friends.



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