Seha-Larsen Wedding

Married: May 30, 1952
Bride: Betty Ann Larsen
Groom: Lawrence Robert Seha

Wedding Announcement

Betty Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Larsen, of Redwood Falls, Minnesota, became the bride of Lawrence Seha, son of Mrs. Edna Litzou of Kasota and Adam Seha of Albert Lea, at the Seventh-day Adventist Church near Morgan on May 30 at noon. Mrs. James Mershon played several piano selections while the guests were gathering. She also accompanied Roy Larsen, cousin of the bride, who sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Lovina Larsen, also a cousin of the bride, played the wedding march as the bride entered with her father. Her bridesmaid was her sister, Amelia. The groom's attendant was his brother, Eugene. The ushers were Alvin Taylor and Milton Larsen, cousins of the bride. Elder James Mershon, who had just come into the district, performed the marriage service. A reception was held at the bride's home during the afternoon. The bride is a graduate of the Wabasso High School and the two-year course at Mankato Teachers College. Since January she had been teaching at Reading, Minnesota. The groom attended Maplewood one year. In 1948 he enlisted in the Engineer's Corps serving eighteen months, twelve months in Alaska. He is employed by the Automatic Electric Company in Mankato. Their relatives and friends wish for them a happy and useful life as they establish their home in Kasota, Minnesota.

Source: Mrs. Lawrence Read, Press Secretary, Morgan church - Northern Union Outlook, August 12, 1952

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