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PETERSON, Ole - CAIN, Bessie


One of the most fashionable weddings of the season took place at Lamberton Tuesday, where Miss Bessie Cain and Ole Peterson were joined in the Holy Bond of Matrimony. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cain, one of the oldest settlers of Redwood county. The bride is a highly esteemed young lady and was born and raised at the old home and was a favorite with all her young friends and acquaintances where she will be missed. Mr. Peterson is one of the prosperous young business men of this place where he has made many friends. They were married Tuesday morning in the Catholic church at Lamberton by Rev. F. Polaseck. The bride was attended by Miss Lizzie Gahagan and the groom by his brother, Andrew Peterson of Cobden. After the ceremony they were escorted to the home of Hon. Frank Clague where a bountiful breakfast was served, nothing was saved to make the occasion a happy event. The floral decorations were beautiful being of red and white carnations furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Clague. The newly married couple took the ten o'clock train for Tracy where they were met with carriages and escorted to the home of the bride where a number of relatives gathered to receive them after congratulations they were led to the dining room where a bountiful dinner was awaiting them. The happy couple left on the afternoon train for Minneapolis where they will spend their honeymoon and there is no need to say that their numerous friends gathered at the depot to see them off and give them a slight deluge of rice.

The young couple will return Saturday and start housekeeping the first of the week at this place. Mr. Peterson still remaining in the employ of Altermatt & Schwandt. The young couple received numerous costly presents among them being a silver tea set from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clague of Lamberton. It is with great pleasure that THE ECHO extends its heartfelt congratulations and best wishes for a bright and prosperous future to the happy couple.

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