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THE TAMPICO TORNADO

Friday, March 3, 1911, 1;2

MARRIED AT HUXLEY, IOWA

Miss Anna Landy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Landy of Huxley, Iowa was married Tuesday evening, January 31st to Charles Rasmussen of Dingley. The ceremony being performed at the home of the bride's brother, T. A. Landy near Ames, Iowa, by Rev. Guttebo in the presence of a small number of guests composed of  the immediate relatives.

The wedding was a pretty event and it took place at 6 o'clock in the parlor under an arch which was beautifully adorned with flowers. At the close of the ceremony a wedding supper was served.

The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white and wore a full bridal veil. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Miss Sena Slattenow, who also wore a gown of white attended the bride and Andrew Landy, a brother of the bride was grooms man, and Mrs. T. A. Landy played  the wedding march.

(missing sentence) home all her life. The groom was reared on a farm in Bureau county and has purchased a comfortable home in Sheffield, Ill., and will take his bride there to resided.

Among the guests attending the wedding from a distance were Mrs. J. G. Drayton of Dingley, Ill., a sister of the groom and Mr. Kneut Landy of Kanawha, Iowa, a brother of the bride.

THE TAMPICO TORNADO

Friday, March 3, 1911, 1;2

MARRIED AT HUXLEY, IOWA

Miss Anna Landy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Landy of Huxley, Iowa was married Tuesday evening, January 31st to Charles Rasmussen of Dingley. The ceremony being performed at the home of the bride's brother, T. A. Landy near Ames, Iowa, by Rev. Guttebo in the presence of a small number of guests composed of  the immediate relatives.

The wedding was a pretty event and it took place at 6 o'clock in the parlor under an arch which was beautifully adorned with flowers. At the close of the ceremony a wedding supper was served.

The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white and wore a full bridal veil. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Miss Sena Slattenow, who also wore a gown of white attended the bride and Andrew Landy, a brother of the bride was grooms man, and Mrs. T. A. Landy played  the wedding march.

(missing sentence) home all her life. The groom was reared on a farm in Bureau county and has purchased a comfortable home in Sheffield, Ill., and will take his bride there to resided.

Among the guests attending the wedding from a distance were Mrs. J. G. Drayton of Dingley, Ill., a sister of the groom and Mr. Kneut Landy of Kanawha, Iowa, a brother of the bride.

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