Albert Hawkins married Anna Zimmerman.... 07 Mar 1917, Seney, Iowa
WEDDING IN ELGIN
ALBERT HAWKINS AND ANNA ZIMMERMAN ARE MARRIED
WILL RESIDE ON FARM NEAR SENEY
A pretty home wedding took place at high noon March 7, 1917, at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Zimmerman, in Elgin township, when their eldest
daughter, Anna Elizabeth, was united in marriage to Albert Thomas
Hawkins in the presence of numerous guests. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Bertie Watson, of the M.E. church of Seney, Iowa. The
contracting parties marched to the altar to the strains of the bridal
chorus, played by Miss Lillian Utech.
After the ceremony and congratulations, an excellent dinner was served.
The wedding colors were blue and white. The honor of serving was
assigned to the Misses Lizzie Groetken, Lillian Utech, Dora and Mamie
The bride was given away by her father, and Miss Bertha Moir, cousin of
the groom, acted as bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Wm.
Buss, a companion of the groom. The bride was attired in a dress of
cream embroidered net over blue silk, and carried a bouquet of white
roses and carnations. The groom wore a suite of blue serge.
The bride is one of the popular young ladies of Seney, very highly
esteemed by all, full qualified to make a home what it ought to be. The
bridegroom is well known. He is one of the enterprising farmers of
Plymouth county, a young man whose habits of industry are commendable in
every way. He is a member and official of the M.E. church. These young
people start out in life with the best wishes of their many friends.
After a wedding trip to Mitchell, S.D., they will be at home on a farm
west of Seney.