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Golden, Raymond & Leona E. Wintz (Marr 1924)

WINTZ, GOLDEN

Posted By: Linda Ziemann, Volunteer (email)
Date: 3/4/2016 at 11:47:32

LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
May 16, 1924

SOCIETY and CLUB NOTES

~Miss Leona Wintz, who will be an early June bride, was the guest of honor Monday at a social evening company given by Misses Freda Schilling and Eliza Edwards. Informal diversions occupied the early evening hours, a miscellaneous shower being a feature of special interest. An attractive luncheon concluded the pleasant complimentary evening.
~Thursday evening Misses Maurene Hansen and Norma Becker entertained a large company of friends again complimenting Miss Wintz. Informal dancing was the pastime of social interest and at the close of the evening a delectable luncheon was served, the appointments and floral decorations being attractively carried out in the chosen colors, peach and white. Miss Wintz was the recipient of a linen shower.
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LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
June 3, 1924

JUNE WEDDING IS CELEBRATED
MISS LEONA E. WINTZ AND RAYMOND GOLDEN ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE

An early June wedding of social prominence was solemnized at eight o’clock Monday morning June 2, at St. James Catholic church, when Miss Leona E. Wintz, daughter of Mrs. Frank Considine, and Mr. Raymond T. Golden were united in marriage. Preceding the nuptial service, which was performed by Rev. Father L. E. Cooper, Miss Anita Pageler sang “At Dawning,” and Mendelssohn’s wedding march, played by Miss Aloysios Wasmar, announced the arrival of the wedding party. The young couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. John V. Traufler.

The bride was attired in her wedding gown of white silk canton crepe, fashioned with trimmings of velvet. Her lace trimmed tulle veil was held in place with a crocheted headpiece.

Mrs. Traufler, as matron of honor, wore a pretty gown of peach colored silk canton crepe with a large picture hat, and she carried an arm bouquet of sunburst roses and ferns.

Immediately after the marriage ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served in the home of the bride’s mother, 125 Fourth avenue NW. A pretty color scheme with peach color and white predominating was carried out in the table decorations and appointments.

A large shower bouquet of sunburst roses and white sweet peas with a foundation of ferns, made an effective centerpiece with place favors and appointments corresponding. A large white wedding bell was suspended from the ceiling, just above the floral centerpiece. Misses Maurene Hansen, Freda Schilling and Norma Becker extended courtesies of the breakfast hour.

The young couple are popular in our younger social circles and they both graduated from the local high school, being members of the Class of 1923.

Mr. and Mrs. Golden left for a trip to Des Moines and Iowa City and will be at home at 204 First street SE, after June 15th. The bride traveled in a smart tailored suit of navy blue poiret twill, with which was worn a modish blouse and hat.

Five out of town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holton, of Chicago; Mrs. LeRoy Morgan and Miss Alice Burke, of Sioux City.


 

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