KAYSVILLE KINKS -48TH IN SERIES - SEPTEMBER 1894 - The Lincoln Republican Club was reorganized last evening at Kaysville. Elected: Pres J. H. Bonnemort, VP Rev. E. M. Knox, Sec Lee Taylor Jr. -- County sheep inspector Hatch has appointed John Bruce of Kaysville as his deputy. -- The event of the season: The marriage of Miss Minnie Williams and Joseph B. Jarman was solemnized at the Salt Lake Temple on Wednesday last. (9-26-1894). The contracting parties are both prominent and highly respected young people of Kaysville. The bride's parents gave the happy pair a royal reception. About 125 guests were present. The supper was given at Williams Hall. The tables were spread with all the substantials and delicacies that taste could suggest and the culinary art could produce. On the table in front of the bride was a magnificent wedding cake surmounted by an emblem of good luck in the form of a crystal horesehoe and a wreath of white flowers. Over this was a beautiful arch of verdant foilage and bright flowers, forming an imposing centerpiece. After supper the room was cleared and dancing was in order until 11 o' clock. During a recess there was a piano selection by Minnie Barnes and the Glee Club sang "The Cottage Home." Then dancing was resumed until early in the morning. The couple will make their home in Kaysville. PHOTO: Erminnie Williams Jarman (1867-1958), Joseph Bright Jarman (1867-1960) Courtesy Ancestry
On August 1, 2018 Kristine decided to begin a series of excerpts from the newspaper called These excerpts were taken from articles about local happenings/gossip/announcements etc. It tells a story and gives a feel for Kaysville back in the day.
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