Minnesota Tales

The Cokato Enterprise, November 8, 1906, p. 8


The Home of O. W. Peterson is the Scene of Pleasant Evening [Event].

In the presence of about fifty guests Miss Mary Peterson, daughter of our respected citizen O. W. Peterson, became the wife of Mr. John Olson, last Friday evening at the home of the bride in this village. Miss Anna Clausen, sister of the bridegroom acted as maid of honor and Mr. Elmer Peterson, brother of the bride was best man. Miss Lillian Peterson, cousin of the bride, as bridesmaid and Mr. Axel Clausen, as usher, were the other attendants. Miss Mabel Skold presided at the piano while the bridal procession proceeded into the parlor where Rev. J. B. Bennett read the words that made them man and wife. After the ceremony a reception was held after which all present partook of a wedding dinner. They were also entertained by selections on the piano by Miss Clara Arnlund, of Dassel. Many valuable and beautiful presents were received by the new couple.

The newly married are well known in this vicinity and their many friends wish them a wedded life full of bright sunshine. They will after a short stay here look around for a suitable place to make their home. It is possible that they may locate at Minneapolis.

Those who attended from abroad: Misses Mabel Hanson and Huldah Hultgren and John Olson, of Minneapolis; Misses Selma and Ida Peterson and Clara Arnlund, of Dassel.

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