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Longmont Ledger (Longmont, Boulder County)
June 8, 1906
BOLDING-POTTER At the Albany hotel, Denver, Wednesday, June 6, 1906, Jas. M. Bolding and Miss Eva Potter, Rev. Dr. Banks officiating.
The above notices tell of a double wedding. The wedding of the first named couple was planned and carried out; but that of Mr. Bolding and MIss Potter had been planned for the 17th of June; but when they went to Denver to assist in the wedding of their friends it was proposed to make a double affair of it. Accordingly a telephone called up Dr. Potter and the proposition made. The doctor refused to agree because he wanted his daughter married at home. Mrs. Potter, the mother of the bride, and Mrs. Geo Butler the twin sister went to Denver and the double wedding sonummated.
The Denver News published a garbled account of the wedding, partly true and largely false which would infer that there was some unpleasant circumstances connected with it.
Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Butler will return this evening with the bridal party.
Thee four young people are well and favorably know in Longmont, having been active in Longmont society. Miss Potter particularly having grown up from early girlhood.
The LEDGER extends to them all the right hand of fellowship. May the sunshine far exceed the shadows in life's journey.
(NOTE; The other couple mentioned was Thurston Bowman marrying Rose Bradley. Their seperate wedding announcement has been posted to those surname sites.)