BioM: Burns, Agnes (1911)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Burns, Haas, Volz


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Oct 5, 1911


Burns, Agnes (Sept 28, 1911)


Miss Agnes Burns, daughter of Conductor and Mrs. John H. Burns, was united in marriage on Thursday morning at 9:30 o’clock to Mr. Lewis P. Haas of Minneapolis, the ceremony being performed at the rectory of St. John’s Catholic Church by Rev. Joseph F. Volz.  The bride wore a white serge suit, trimmed with heavy brocaded lace and wore a white beaver hat with white willow plums.  The young couple were unattended.  Following the ceremony, the wedding party was driven to the Hotel Blodgett where a breakfast was served to the accompaniment of music by the Second regiment orchestra.  The dining room was decorated for the occasion with smilax and carnations.  The happy couple left on the afternoon train for Minneapolis, being escorted to the train by their loving but quite enthusiastic friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Haas will reside in Minneapolis, Mr. Haas making his headquarters there, though he is on the road much of the time as electrician for the Northwestern line. - Marshfield News



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