The home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Steinhausen was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Dec 19, 1907 when Miss Bertha Steinhausen and Wilber Peterson were wed at high noon. Mr. Steinhausen is the bride's uncle. Mr. Peterson is from the Denton area. The bride was gowned in white veiling, beautifully trimmed in valencienes lace and carried bride's roses.
Attendants were the bride's sister, Miss Anna Steinhausen of North Platte; and the bride's cousin, Roy Steinhausen of Rokeby; Miss Esther Peterson, sister of the groom; and William Trimm. Little Orin Peterson, brother of the groom was ring bearer. Miss Lulu Carpenter of Dorchester, played the wedding march.
About fifty guests were then partook of a three-course luncheon served by Misses Anna and May Burgess and Miss Anna Saye. A reception was given by the groom's parents the next day at their home southeast of Denton.
Eugene S. Sullivan and Mary Laura Meistrell Sullivan were married May 12, 1914, in Denton, Nebraska. They celebrated their 65th anniversary in Denton at a family reunion.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Brady was the scene of the wedding of their daughter, Stella M. Brady and Clarence V. Reddish at 11 o'clock on February 10, 1901. Parents of the groom were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Reddish. Both families are from the Rokeby area. Attending the wedding were Oscar Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Reddish, Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Reddish, Miss Lillie Beeman and Rev. and Mrs. Embree.
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