BioM: Rand, Olive (1911)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Dixon, Rand, Hendren, Unger, Fricke,
Brameld, Howard, Zetsche, Barlow
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville,
Clark County, Wis.) May 25, 1911
Rand, Olive (May 17, 1911)
Wednesday evening of last week at the home of the bride’s
mother, occurred the marriage of Ernest Dixon and Miss Olive
Rand. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Hendren of Greenwood
at 8 o’clock in the presence of a number of relatives and
friends of the contracting couple. The bride was attended by
her sister, Miss Alta Rand, and the groom by Adolph Unger.
The marriage took place under a floral arch, the wedding march
being played by Miss Zura Fricke and Mrs. T.E. Brameld singing, "O
Promise Me." The bride was attired in white satin and allover
lace and carried a bouquet of cream roses. Friday Mr. and
Mrs. Dixon left for a couple weeks’ wedding trip to Chicago
and Ft. Wayne, Ind.
bride is a daughter of Mrs. Mattie Rand and is a most pleasant and
estimable young lady. She had been employed in the office of
register of deeds for two or three years and has proven herself a
most capable and efficient young lady. Mr. Dixon is a well
known young man of this city and by trade is an expert automobile
mechanician, being employed by L.H. Howard. He is highly
trained in his profession and is a thoroughly industrious and
capable workman. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon will be home in a couple
weeks and will take up their residence with the groom’s
mother on Hewett Street.
Mrs. Hendron and Mrs. Zetsche of Greenwood, Mrs. Barlow and daughter, Mildred, of Marathon City were here for the wedding.
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