Submitted by Les Niemi - from the Tampico Tornado Newspaper
Tampico Tornado - December 25, 1903
WEDDED AT THE PARSONAGE
Miss Alma LUNDQUIST and Robert DARLING Married At The Methodist Parsonage
A quiet wedding occurred at the Methodist parsonage last week Thursday night at 8 o'clock in which Alma LUNDQUIST and Robert DARLING, both well known Tampico young people were united by Rev. BERNEUTER. The ceremony was witnessed by Miss Hilma LUNDQUIST, a sister of the bride and Oscar PETERSON. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. DARLING drove to the groom's parents home east of here where they will make their home at the present.
The bride is the daughter of Peter LUNDQUIST, a farmer who resides east of here. She has resided in Tampico for several years who by her winning manner she has many friends. The groom is an aggressive young farmer, of good habits and excellent character is a son of W.L.DARLING who lives a mile east of Tampico
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