Monday, January 5, 2009

Pook-Snyder Marriage (1917)

Columbia City Post ~ Wednesday, May 30, 1917

At eleven thirty o'clock Sunday forenoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Snyder, south of town occurred the wedding of their daughter, Miss Esther, to Mr. Edwin Pook, son of Chas. Pook, east of the city. Rev. Grimm of the St. John church south of Columbia City performed the ceremony after which an elegant wedding dinner was served.

The groom is a trackman on the Nickle Plate railroad and is held in high esteem by his employers. The bride is a charming and accomplished young lady with a host of friends who extend their heartiest congratulations to the happy young people. They will reside in South Whitley. This paper joins in the good wishes.

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