Bio: Butterfield, Lulu (Marriage - 1900)

Contact: Janet Schwarze




----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 07/06/1900



There was a very pretty marriage at the home of Mrs. B. A. Colvin, sister of the bride, of Christie, Clark County, June 29, 1900. The bride and bride-groom were Miss Lulu Butterfield of Eaton, and Rollie Lee of Granton, who were married by Rev. Wilson Mallory of Stevens Point.

There were over one hundred guests in attendance, including relative. After a while of lively chatting among the friends the happy couple stood up with Price Lee and Len Morris as groomsmen, and Mrs. Price Lee and Miss Gusta Lee as bride's maids.
Being in the evening the lawn was illuminated with Japanese lanterns, where all repaired and partook of a bountiful repast, each one present declaring it to be the most joyful event of the season.

During the evening a large number of presents, some of which were very valuable, were tendered by the many friends to the young married couple.

The event left a happy scene in the memory of those who were present.

Mr. Lee has recently purchased the forty just west of James Syth, now occupied by Fred Butterfield and family, while he is building a residence on his own property, where the old mill used to be.

Best wishes and many blessing for Mr. and Mrs. Lee.



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