Springer - Kinzel Nuptials - 1899
KINZLE, SPRINGER, ROBINSON, HOSELTON, PHELFER, RODER
Posted By: Colette Miles (email)
Date: 6/11/2014 at 13:50:45
(The Cherokee Democrat Semi-Weekly - Cherokee, Iowa - February 21, 1899)
Married, at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kinzle
of Liberty township, at 6 o'clock p. m.,
Thursday, Feb. 10, 1899, in the presence
of relatives and a few intimate friends,
Miss Lena Kinzle and Mr. Daniel
Springer, Rev. Odenweller officiating.
The happy couple were accompanied
by Miss Anna Springer, maid of honor,
and Mr. Jos. Kinzle best man, while
Miss Pearl Hoselton presided at the
After the congratulations refreshments
were served. Miss Hoselton entertaining
the company meanwhile
with several musical selections.
The bride was attired in brown and
green changeable silk trimmed with
white chiffon and wore orange blossoms
in her hair. Both young people are
well and favorably known in the com-
munity and have the best wishes and
congratulations of a host of friends.
The guests from away were Mr. and
Mrs. D R. Miller and Miss Bjork of
Marcus. The following is a list of the
Mr. and Mrs. Kinzle, dining table, set of
dishes and laundry basket; Jos. Kinzle, W E.
Springer and Anna Springer. gold and white
bedstead; Mary M. Springer, parlor lamp;
Andrew Roder silver fruit basket; Maggie
Kinzle, tea and coffee pots, Lizzie Kinzle, cup
and saucer; Albert Kinzle, cup and saucer,
Mr and Mrs. D. R. Miller, rocking chiar, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Phelfer. rocking chair: Maud
Bjork, cake basket and fruit plates; Earlena
and Pearlena Springer, pepper, salt and tooth
pick holder; Mr. and Mrs. J. S. and T O Robinson,
silver teapot and crumb tray, Miss Pearl
Hoselton. condiment set; Mr. and Mrs. John
Slanbaugh, bed spread.
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