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Schoenherr & Gollhofer Wedding Ceremony 1927

GOLLHOFER SCHOENHERR

Posted By: Connie Swearingen (email)
Date: 7/8/2012 at 22:07:48

THE Mapleton Press
10 February 1927

ANNA GOLLHOFER AND J. SCHOENHERR WED

TAKE MARRIAGE VOWS WEDNESDAY MORNINGóWILL RESIDE ON FARM NORTH WEST OF MAPLETON

Miss Anna Gollhofer and John A. Schoenherr, members of prominent Mapleton families, took the marriage vows at St. Mary's church, at two ' clock. Wednesday morning with Rev. H. Dries officiating, in t he presence of many friends and relatives.

After the ceremony, a sumptuous wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. Fifty persons, mostly relatives, were guests at the dinner. In the evening, a 6 o'clock dinner was served to 100 relatives and friends. The tables were decorated in the bride's chosen colors.

The evening hours were spent in dancing and visiting. The Schimmer Family orchestra furnished music for the dancers, who remained until the early morning hours.

T he bride was attired in a dress of white silk faced cotton crepe, trimmed in georgette. Her slippers matched her costume. A veil of tulle completed her attire. She carried a large bouquet of light pink roses.

Barbara Schoenherr, bridesmaid wore a gown of pink flat crepe and black satin slippers.

Irma Schoenherr was ring bearer while her sister, Juliana Schoenherr was flower girl.

Lawrence Schoenherr, brother of the groom, was best man.

The wedding day of Miss Gollhofer and Mr. Schoenherr also was the 41s wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Schuh, grandparents of the bride.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gollhofer. She was born at Charter Oak but has lived in the vicinity most of her life. The groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schoenherr. Both have hosts of friends and are highly regarded.

They will make their home on farm five and one - half miles north -west of Mapleton, where the groom's father is completing the erection of a set of new buildings on an 80-acre tract. Their many friends wish them success in their pursuits, and joy and happiness in their wedded lives.


 

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