Mt. Pleasant News Jan. 2 ,1929
MISS VIRGINIA HANNAH
BECOMES BRIDE OF
FRED O. PERRENOUD
A New Year's Day wedding of interest to many was that of Miss Anna Virginia Hannah and Mr. Fred Oral Perrenoud, which took place in this city at eight o'clock on the morning of January first 1929. They were married at the home of Frank E. Weston, pastor of the First Baptist church, who read the beautiful single ring service. The bride was tastefully gowned in a dress of rose tan flat crepe. They were accompanied by Mr. R. L. Perrenoud, Miss Florence Hannah, Lela Perrenoud, and Mr. H. D. Williams, who were the subscribing witnesses. After the service the happy young couple started on a motor trip to Omaha and other Nebraska points, where they will visit relatives and friends.
Both these fine young folks have a host of friends in these parts. The bride is a Mt. Pleasant girl. She is an excellent young woman of much charm and personality. The bride-groom is well known in the Winfield neighborhood where his family is counted one of the best in the community. He is a worthy young farmer. Many good wishes follow Mr. and Mrs. Perrenoud on their journey thru life together. They will make their home on the Hannah farm six miles south of Mt. Pleasant.
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