Faber, Frank & Elizabeth Ley (Wedding 1912)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 10/29/2010 at 14:04:43
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
June 25, 1912
Popular LeMars Young Woman Becomes a Bride
Miss Elizabeth Ley, daughter of Mrs. Theresa Ley, of this city, and Frank
Faber, of Reeder, North Dakota, were principals in a quiet wedding which
took place yesterday morning. The ceremony was performed at eight o’clock in
St. Joseph’s church in the presences of a few relatives and friends, Rev. F.
X. Feuerstein officiating. The bride was attired in her traveling suit, a
rich brown of Bedford cord with gloves and hat to match and was attended by
her sister, Miss Angeline Ley, who was dressed in a tan suit with hat to
match. The bridegroom was attended by Andrew Ley, a brother of the bride.
Following the service at the church, a wedding breakfast was served at the
home of the bride’s mother, where the newly married young people received
hearty congratulations. They were recipients of many beautiful and useful
They left on a wedding trip to Yellowstone Park and other points in the
Miss Lena Johnson and Miss Emma Jensen, of Sioux City, were out of town
guests at the wedding.
The bride is a popular young woman of this city with many friends. The
bridegroom formerly lived in Remsen, where he is well known and liked. They
will make their home in Reeder, North Dakota, where Mr. Faber is engaged in
the lumber business, after September 1st.
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