BioM: Delano, Maud (1909)
----Source: The Humbird Enterprise Date: 4-17-1909
Last Satuday afternoon, April 10th, at the court house in Neillsville, County Judge Oscar W. Schoengarth pronounced the words that united in the bonds of matrimony Mr. Charles E. Bollom, of Osseo, and Miss Maud Delano, of this village. The bride and groom were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fradenburg. They returned to Humbird on the evening train and were greeted at the depot by a large number of friends The bridal party went at once to the home of the bride’s parents where the wedding supper was served, there being only relatives present. It was indeed a happy gathering, one that would seem to foretell a prosperous and happy future for these worthy young people in who honor it was held. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Delano, and grew to young womanhood in this village. She is a bright and attractive young lady and well liked by all who know her. The groo is one of Osseo’s most popular young men and holds a good position in that city, where he and his wife will reside. Numerous beautiful and useful wedding gifts were received by the bride from her large circle of friends and relatives both here and elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. Bollom remained in the village until Tuesday noon when they departed for Osseo, where ere long they will begin housekeeping. The Enterprise joins their many friends in wishing them a long and happy wedded life.
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