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Longmont Ledger (Longmont, Boulder County, Colorado)
Sept 22, 1911 Page 7
FULTZ-MILLER--At the home of the bride’s mother, 525 Pratt St., Thursday, Sept 21, 1911, at high noon, Ralph B. Fultz and Miss Thenie E. Miller, Rev. G. E. Ladd officiating.
Thursday at high noon, Miss Thenie Emma Miller became the bride of Mr. Ralph B. Fultz. The marriage took place at the home of the bride’s mother. The parlor of the Miller home was most beautifully decorated for the occasion.
The ceremony was performed before a bank of palms an d white asters. A fish net entirely filled with vines and flowers made an artistic back ground. The vows were plighted upon a pure white rug, outline with white flowers and green. Exactly on the stroke of twelve the bridal music by Mendelssohn was played by Miss Nellie Butler, and the bridal party composed of Miss Mildred Butler, Miss Marion Park, Miss Hilda Nelson and Miss Lucy Ransom, ribbon bearers, the groom, with Mr. Ralph Miller as best man, and the bride attended by Miss Helen Tuttle, met the Rev. G. E. Ladd and were made one by the use of the impressive Episcopal ring ceremony.
The bride was very sweet in a gown of white, carrying a shower bouquet of white rose. Miss Tuttle was gowned in white and carried pink roses.
After the ceremony an elegant luncheon was served at the home of Mr. an Mrs. C. G. Nelson.
Many beautiful gifts show the love of many friends, who wish every joy and happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Fultz.
The happy pair left on the afternoon train for a honeymoon trip to Colorado Springs.
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