Transcribed by Les Niemi - Tampico Tornado Newspaper
July 15, 1904
THE MARRIAGE OF MISS GRACE REEVE
Miss Grace REEVE, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William GLENN xxx xx was married to Hume I. DUNN at the home of the bride's parents in Denver last Wednesday evening. The bride's father formerly resided here and Mrs. REEVE is a daughter of J.W. GLASSBURN of this place. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mt. KRAMER at All Saints Episcopal church. The church was decorated with masses of palms. There were three bridesmaids, prettily gowned in pink crepe de chiene, white picture hats, and carried pink sweet peas. Two dainty children carried the pillows upon which the bride and groom knelt. The bride wore a dress of white Louisine satin with trimming of real lace. She wore a long tulle veil and carried white La France roses. Her father gave her away. Tracy REEVE was the best man. After the services at the church a reception was held at the bride's home, which was elaborately decorated for the occasion and where refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. DUNN have gone to Glenwood Springs and will spend the next six weeks in the mountains. They will make their home the next year in Boston.
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