Miss Nellie Jones at Clay
"We received this week an announce-
|The Princeton Union, Thursday, April 6, 1911|
ment of the wedding on March 15, of
Miss Nellie Jones of Clay Center,
Neb., well known in this city, to Roy
Winsor of Princeton, Minn. The
wedding took place in the beautiful
home of the bride's parents, amid a
large number of guests and the cere-
mony was performed by Elder E. C.
Davis, formerly pastor of the Chris-
tian church of Red Cloud. The mar-
riage took place at 6:30 p. m. The
bride was dressed in a handsome
chiffon gown, wore a bridal veil and
carried a boquet of narcissus. The
attendants were by Roy Jones, brother
of the bride, and wife. At the proper
hour the happy couple came down the
stairs through an aisle of white ribbon
made by the Misses Ruth and Verdie
Allbie of Howard and took their place
while the sweet strains of Mendels-
sohn's march was played by Miss
Grace Johnson of Lincoln.
After the ceremony and congratula-
tions, during which Miss Johnson
played, a buffet luncheon was served
to the guests. The room was dec-
orated in green and white and made
a handsome appearance.
After remaining at home for a few
weeks they will go to Princeton,
Minn., where they will reside on their
farm. The Commercial Advertiser ex-
tends congratulations to the happy
couple and wishes them a prosperous
and contented life.-Commercial Ad-
vertiser, Red Cloud, Nebraska."
Roy Winsor is the oldest brother of Rena (Winsor) Elsner.