Kohl, Conrad T. & Gertrude Werth (Marriage 1906)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer
Date: 8/30/2010 at 15:38:58
LeMars Sentinel, Friday, March 9, 1906, Page 4, Column 5:
On Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Werth in Stanton township, was the scene of a delightful home wedding when
their daughter Gertrude was united to Conrad T. Kohl, of Union township.
Miss Agnes Werth played a beautiful wedding march as the bride and groom
entered the parlor and stood under an arch of green smilax where the
ceremony was performed.
The bride was dressed in a handsome cream silk dress and carried a large
bouquet of beautiful cream bridal roses. The groom was dressed in the
conventional black. Rev. F. A. Schmalle of Stanton officiated.
As soon as the ceremony was over the happy bride and groom received
hearty congratulations from all present, after which a delicious three
course luncheon was served. Only relatives and immediate friends were
present. A large number of beautiful presents were received. This was one
of the happiest events of the year.
The bride is one of the most popular and brilliant young ladies of
Stanton township and the groom is one of the popular and successful young
farmers of Union township. Mr. and Mrs. Kohl will at once take up their
residence on Mr. Kohl's farm in Union township.
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