Surnames: BUSH MEIER KUESTER RADEMACHER THELIN
----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/02/1910
Bush, Frederica (28 MAY 1910)
Saturday afternoon a happy aggregation of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier, to witness the ceremony when their son, Fred Meier, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. Otto Saewert at two o’clock, to Miss Frederica Bush.
The home was most beautifully decorated with flowers and ferns, and the bride made a handsome picture gowned in light blue silk, generously trimmed with white insertion, a long, flowing bride’s veil, carrying a wreath of orange blossoms. She was accompanied by Miss Ellen Kuester and Miss Hazel Rademacher, while the groom was attended by Arthur Thelin and Fred Bush, a brother of the bride. A grand chorus sang as the bride marched to the marriage altar.
After the ceremony the guests congratulated the happy pair and marched on to the dining room where a most elaborate supper was served and where witty toasts and repartee reigned supreme.
Mr. and Mrs. Meier will live on the old place west of town which he purchased from his parents some two years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Meier bought the Watson farm, where they will move.
The groom is a well known and very popular young man and the friends all extend heartiest congratulations.
All during Saturday afternoon delivery wagons belonging to different merchants in Greenwood could be seen making quick tracks for the scene of the nuptial ceremony, and each was laden with gifts for the happy bride and groom, the same being tokens of esteem from the many friends and relatives.
Those present from a distance were: Henry Klemm and wife, Fred Boedeker and wife, Fred Fasse, Simon Fasse and Otto Schumaker, all of Sheboygan Falls, Wis.
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