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Zimmerman, B. F. & Mary Sternbug (Marriage 1884)

ZIMMERMAN, STERNBUG

Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 11/12/2010 at 09:35:51

LeMars Daily Sentinel
January 7, 1884

MARRIED.
At the residence of the groomís mother, in Plymouth township, Thursday,
January 3, 1884, by Rev. J. H. Pippert, Mr. B. F. Zimmerman and Miss Mary D.
Sternbug.

The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of the more intimate friends of
the bride and groom, and at its conclusion the happy couple were the
recipients of hearty congratulations and good wishes. The company was then
invited to partake of a splendid supper, consisting of all the delicacies as
well as many of the substantials of the season.

The bride is a young lady of rare refinement, whose many graces of mind and
person have won for her a host of friends and admirers.

The groom is one of Plymouth countyís most prominent young men, whose many
good qualities have won for him the confidence and esteem of all.

The following were among the presents:
~Oil painting, from Henry Nigg
~Two picture frames, Misses Lydia and Mollie Duerr
~Glass set, J. Schneider and wife
~Oil painting, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schindel
~Set of vases, Wm. Laux
~Set of silver spoons, Miss Bertha Brehne
~Two mustache cups, Geo. Scapler
~Silver butter knife, Miss Sarah Hamm
~Set of napkins and table cloth, Miss Lizzie and Minnie Kluckhohn
~Silver caster, J. H. Brehm
~Bed spread, Mrs. Emmert
~Bed spread, Mr. Geo. Hamm
~Sofa, Jacob Merriman
~Set of dessert dishes, Messrs. Henry and Charlie Schneider
~Set of China dishes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman
~Walnut bed-stead, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Zimmerman
~Half dozen chairs, Miss Lillie and Cordia Koenig
~Twenty dollars in cash, from different parties.
HINTON, January 5, 1884


 

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