Bio: Drummond, Anna (Marriage - 1900)

Contact: Janet Schwarze




----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 10/12/1900



At 8:15 Wednesday evening, at the home of the bride's brother, John Drummond, Walter N. Eaton of Necedah was married to Miss Anna Drummond of this city (Greenwood, Clark County), Rev. W. E. Kloster performing the ceremony, which was of the simplest nature.

About twenty-five friends from town, including the entire force from the Big Store, were present. Besides these were the groom's mother, Mrs. Alice Eaton of Necedah and Mrs. E. Williams, also of Necedah.

The bride was dressed in white albatross and carried red roses, while the groom was dressed in conventional black. The house was beautifully decorated with plants and roses. A bounteous supper was served by the hostess, Mrs. John Drummond. After this the evening was spent in sociability until 11 o'clock, when the guest departed, leaving behind many well wishes and a large and valuable list of presents for Mr. and Mrs. Eaton.

The new husband and wife leave this morning for their home in Necedah, where they go at once to housekeeping. Mr. Eaton is a prosperous barber in that town, where the bride formerly lived until a year ago, since which she has made her home here with her brother. During her stay here she has made a host of friends who rejoice with her in her happiness. The Gleaner adds its share of good wishes.



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