A Very Pretty Home Wedding.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Titus was the scene of a very pretty wedding last Wednesday evening when their daughter, Muriel, became the bride of Ernest McOsker. The beautiful ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Howard Myers of Concordia, Kansas, an uncle of the bride, in the presence of about eighty-five relatives and friends.
The bride was dressed in white mull, wearing a veil with a wreath of lilies of the valley the gift of the groom, intertwined with orange blossoms the gift of her uncle, Claude Broughton, of Hutchinson Park Calif., as was also the large bouquet of white carnations which she carried.
The groom wore the usual black.
The parlor was tastefully decorated in green & white the ceremony taking place under an archway of these colors in the center of which hung a large white wedding bon.
The wedding march was played by Miss Elma Titus and just after the couple entered the parlor Mrs. Daisy Myers sang, “I Love You Truly.” In the dining room, decorated in the colors of “The Progressive Twelve” of which the bride is a member, stood two long tables at which the guests were served with a bountiful supply of good things prepared by Mrs. Titus efficient hands.
The guests who came from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Myers of Concordia, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Royal Broughton of Plevna; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Titus of Lewis; Mrs. Mabel Griffith of Hutchinson; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Titus of Liberal; Mrs. Fred Hoskinson of Liberal; Mr. and Mrs. Leo McOsker and children of Truon; Mr. and Mrs. Joe McOsker and children of Wichita; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lamont of Olcott; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lamont of Turon.
The young couple were the recipients of many handsome presents and go to their new home with the best wishes of a host of fiends.
Turon Weekly Press
Turon, Reno County, Kansas
Thursday, November 14, 1912
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