Eyres, Ernest & Bertha Kohl (Marriage 1902)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 8/27/2010 at 12:39:32
LeMars Sentinel, March 27, 1902
The home of Mrs. Margaret Eyres on Court street was the scene of a
double wedding yesterday. The contracting parties were Miss Margaret Eyres
and F. W. Pearson, of Anticoch, California, and Miss Bertha Kohl and Ernest
Eyres of Union township.
The weddings took place at noon, Rev. J. H. Carpenter, pastor of the
Union township Presbyterian church, officiating.
Only relatives and a few intimate friends were present. When the
wedding guests were assembled in the spacious parlors, prettily decorated
for the event, Mrs. Chas. Eyres rendered a vocal solo prior to the playing
of Mendelsohn's (sic--Mendelssohn's) wedding march by Miss Mae Tyler. The
brides were dressed in white French lawn trimmed in lace and chiffon and
each wore beautiful bridal roses.
And elegant three course dinner was served after the ceremony. The
dining room was decorated with ferns and pink carnations.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eryes (sic--Eyres) went at once to their home "The
Grove" in Union township.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearson will remain a few days visiting relatives, then
depart for an extended trip in the west before settling in their new home at
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