January 18, 1905
Last Wednesday morning at the home of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Ella Cook, Miss Bertha Cook was married to Mr. Herbert Sanders.
The pretty little parlor was decorated with evergreens and chrysanthemums, and was filled to overflowing with the friends of the families.
Promptly at ten o’clock Mr. K. A. Pleasant as cornetist, accompanied by Mrs. J. G. Trimble rendered the beautiful strains of Mendelssohn’s Wedding March.
Little Misses Thelma Baughman and Lucile Underwood entered first bearing the white ribbon and following them came the charming young bride beautifully gowned in white crepe de chine with veil and orange blossoms, on the arm of her handsome groom.
They marched to a corner where two hearts covered with chrysanthemums were suspended from a bower of evergreens.
Here Rev. Mr. Sloane performed the impressive ceremony. Dainty refreshments were served and the guests spent some time viewing the many gifts received by these young people. Mr. and Mrs. Sanders left on the 2:40 train for their home in Collinaton.