Hodgen, Everett & Marcella Reith (Marriage 1929)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 1/24/2014 at 11:17:54
September 9, 1929
REMSEN COUPLES IN MARRIAGE VOWS
Lauters-Nothem and Reith-Hodgen Nuptials Celebrated In Past Week
Remsen Bell-Enterprise: Two more pretty wedding ceremonies in which Remsen people were principals, were solemnized Monday morning—one in St. Mary’s church in Remsen and the other in St. Joseph’s church, Sioux City.
Miss Marcella Reith, of Sioux county, and Everett Hodgen, of Remsen, were united in marriage at St. Mary’s church here Monday morning at 9 o’clock, the nuptial mass being celebrated by the Rev. P. M. Mattas.
The bridal couple were attended by Miss Marie Reith, sister of the bride, and Henry Treinen, a close friend.
After the ceremony, the bridal party drove to the home of the bride’s parents, where the reception was held and breakfast was served. A sumptuous dinner was served at noon for a large number of relatives and friends, and soon after the dinner hour Mr. and Mrs. Hodgen departed on a honeymoon trip. They will tour the Black Hills and will also motor to points in lower Canada. They plan to be away for about two weeks, after which they will be at home in the residence recently vacated by the Frank Wictor family, south of the Carl Staab home.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Reith, prominent farmers north of Remsen, and was born and reared in this vicinity. She is a charming young woman who enjoys a wide circle of friends. Mr. Hodgen is a son of John Hodgen, of Remsen. He was born on a farm southeast of here, and has always made his home with his father. At present he is employed as a mechanic in the Mohr garage. He is a likeable young man of fine character, and his many friends extend congratulations and best wishes to the young couple.
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