The Chilton Times - Saturday - July 27, 1901 - Front Page
A Quiet Wedding
Last Saturday evening at nine o’clock, Miss Ada Goessling, of this city and Edwin B. Leverenz, of Milwaukee, were united in marriage by County Judge Wm. Paulsen. The ceremony took place at the home of the bride’s parents and was attended only by the near relatives of the young people. Tasteful decorations of smilax, roses, palms and carnations made the scene a beautiful and cheerful one.
The bride wore a silk cadet gray crepe de chine dress and carried white roses. She was attended by her sister Miss Hilma Goessling, who wore a pink silk mull dress. Mr. Oscar Leverenz, brother of the groom acted as best man. The wedding march was played by Miss Amand Leverenz, sister of the groom.
On Sunday evening a social was given in honor of the happy young couple. Many of their friends attended and offered congratulations.
The bride is well and favorably known in this city. She is a general favorite in society, and her host of friends join in wishing her unsullied bliss throughout her married life. The groom is known to few of our citizens, but if taste counts for anything, we venture to say he is just the kind of man to make a model husband. The young couple took the early morning train, on Monday, for Milwaukee, where they will make their future home.
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