Rolfes, John & Katherine Grossman (Marriage 1912)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 11/8/2010 at 11:22:57
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
June 21, 1912
Ceremony Is Performed at St. Joseph’s Church
Miss Katherine Grossman, daughter of Mrs. Anna Grossman, and John Rolfes,
were united in marriage in the presence of many friends at St. Joseph’s
church in this city on Tuesday morning at nine o’clock, Rev. F.X. Feuerstein
officiating at the nuptial mass. The bride was attired in a pretty costume
of white satin messaline surmounted by a lovely veil and carried a bouquet
of white carnations. She was attended by a sister of the bridegroom, Miss
Christine Rolfes, who was attired in a dress of pink carnations. The groom
was attended by Sebastian Mack.
Following the ceremony at the church, a wedding breakfast was served at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mack and a reception was held in the evening for
the young people, who received the congratulations of many friends. They
were the recipients of many handsome and useful wedding gifts.
Out of town guests at the wedding were Mrs. A. Rothwell, Buffalo, N.Y.; John
Groettermann, Mrs. Byer and twos daughters, Mrs. Wm. Groettermann,
Templeton, Iowa; Mrs. Weihoffer and son, Peter Weihoffer, of Chicago; Miss
Anna Nagel, Carroll; Clem Rolfes, Remsen.
The newly married couple left for a visit with friends in the eastern part
of the state and on their return will live on the farm of the bridegroom’s
father in Stanton township, where they will be at home to their friends
after August 1st.
They are well known and popular young people with a large circle of friends,
who extend congratulations on the happy event.
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