BioM: Verhulst, Harriet (1931)

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Surnames: VERHULST GOTTER CLOUSE

----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 27 August 1931

Verhulst, Harriet (20 AUG 1931)

Miss Harriet Verhulst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Verhulst, Greenwood, became the bride of Celon Gotter, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gotter at 7 P. M. Thursday at a service which was performed before an improvised archway decorated with cut flowers, in the Methodist Episcopal church at Greenwood. The Rev. H. S. Householder performed the ceremony in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.

Preceding the ceremony Misses Soles, Eva Clouse and Gertrude Clouse sang "Oh Promise Me" and Miss Church of Loyal played the wedding march.

Miss Grace Verhulst, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor, and Miss Lorraine Gotter, sister of the groom was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by his two brothers, Harvey and Arnold Gotter. Little Lyle Verhulst served as page , and Elroy Gotter was ring bearer.

The bride wore a gown a gown of white satin, with veil and carried a bridal bouquet of roses. Miss Grace Verhulst wore a frock of green taffeta, while miss Gotter was dressed in peach crepe; both carried bouquets of roses.

Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride’s parents, where a color scheme of yellow, white and green was used in decoration. Covers were laid for 50 relatives and friends.

The bride is a graduate of Greenwood high school, with the class of 1925, and has been employed as a saleswoman in the Fair Store here for the past two years.

The groom is employed as mechanic in the Braun Auto Co., garage here.

The Tribune joins their large circle of friends in wishing the newly weds a long and happy wedded life.

 

 


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