BioM: Wilson, Margaret (1914)
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----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/22/1914

Wilson, Margaret (OCT 1914)

The following marriage of one of our former townsmen (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) will probably be of interest to our readers.

R.S. Hummel and Mrs. Margaret Wilson were united in marriage at Campbell St. and Lewis Av., Lets, the Rev. W. Boyd Moore officiating, last evening at seven thirty o’clock. A large number of relatives, friends, members of the G.A.R. and Circle were in attendance. The affair was one of the most interesting eve conducted in this part of the city. Mr. Hummel is over seventy-six years of age. The bride is about the same age. Being alone much of the time each felt that a wedded life would add to their comfort and happiness.

The wedding was performed under an arch of flags and decorations of autumn leaves, cake and ice cream was served. Numerous useful, pretty presents were given. Joe Wilson, the bride’s son, a Portland orchestra leader, was present with a pianist and coronet player, and with his famous violin, they had fine music. Fun ran high and everyone reported a fine time. All went away, wishing Mr. and Mrs. Hummell many happy years of married life.



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