Martin, Lawrence G. & Mabel Nichol (Marriage News 1934)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 8/12/2012 at 19:30:12
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
Friday, June 22, 1934
PRETTY WEDDING AT ST. MICHAEL’S CHURCH, KINGSLEY
St. Michael’s church in Kingsley was the scene of a pretty wedding, Monday
morning, June 18th, at 7 o’clock when Miss Mabel Nichol became the bride of
Lawrence G. Martin.
The nuptial mass was read by Rev. Father Marx, pastor.
Music was rendered by the choir, Francis Timmins sang a solo, “O Love
Divine,” and Catherine Krapfl, an aunt of the bride, san Rosewig’s “Ave
Maria.” The organist, Mrs. Vandaworker, played the Lohengrins wedding march
as the bridal party entered the church.
Miss Dorothy Vandaworker acted as bridesmaid and Frank Kapfl, an uncle of
the groom, as best man. Bonnie Fries, a niece of the bride, was ring
bearer. The bride wore a floor length gown of white organdie, large brim
hat and carried an arm bouquet of white killarney roses and white sweet
The bridesmaid’s gown was of white dotted swiss, floor length, and she
carried an arm bouquet of yellow Johanna Hill roses, lavender and sweet
After the ceremony, a breakfast was served in the Martin home.
The bride and groom were both born and raised in Kingsley, and are graduates
of the Kingsley high school. The bride is a graduate of the Iowa State
Teachers College, and the groom attended the University of Iowa.
After a brief honeymoon trip, they will make their home in Kingsley, where
the groom is engaged in general merchandise business.
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