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Longmont Ledger (Longmont, Boulder County)
Dec 30, 1921
POWEL-REED--AT the home of the bride's parents, in Longmont, December 25, 1921, Leslie E. Powel and Miss Almeda Reed, Rev. Monroe Markley officiating.
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reed, the bride's parents, Christmas afternoon, at 2 o'clock when Dr. Markley spoke the words that made their daughter, Mae, the wife of Leslie E. Powel.
Only very interested relatives and friends of the parties were invited owing to the illness of bride's father, about thirty guest being present. The bride was attended by Miss Marjorie Culver, and the best man was Harry Mills.
The bride wore white georgette with silk lace veil, which hung to the bottom of her gown, carrying a shower bouquet of bride's roses, and looked very sweet and winsome. Not less charming was the bridesmaid in canary yellow silk, with an arm bouquet of pink roses.
Mrs. Powel is an employe of the American National Bank, and is very popular in church work, where she has a class of girls in the Congregational Sunday School. Mr. Powel is employed at the sugar factory and is very popular among his friends.
The young couple will be at home to their friends at 508 Coffman street after January 1.