The home of Mr. and Mrs. John Welsh of Bakerton, was the scene of a very pretty wedding which took place on the evening of April 8th, when their daughter, Anna Mary, was united in marriage to Mr. David Hetzel, of that place. To the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march, rendered by Mrs. P. S. Millard the bridal party entered the parlor, and, under an arch of evergreens the happy pair were made one by Rev. R. K. Nevitt. Mr. Lawrence Welsh, brother of the bride, and Miss Anna Kidwiler came first; next came the groom and his best man Mr. Harvey Boyer, followed by the bride with Miss Bessie, her sister, as maid of honor. The bride looked very sweet in white silk, and carried bride roses. The bridesmaids carried carnations. After the ceremony refreshments were served The presents were numerous and useful, The young couple have a host of friends, who join in wishing them a long life and much happiness.
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