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Borchers, Marie & Stephens, Lyle Marriage 1938

BORCHERS, STEPHENS

Posted By: Bruce Atkinson (email)
Date: 11/23/2018 at 20:51:43

MARIE BORCHERS BECOMES BRIDE
Pretty Ceremony Held On Thursday
At Home of Bride’s Parents

A happy wedding took place Thursday, Sept, 1, at 2 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Borchers when their youngest daughter, Marie Borchers, became the bride of Lyle Stephens.
Rev. W. E. Smith, of Plymouth Presbyterian church read the service In the presence of relatives of the couple. Promptly at 2:00 o’clock Mrs. Milton Atkinson, of Merrill, a friend of the bride, played the nuptial music, which included "The Jester", two songs by Cloyd [Sic] Gabel, friend of the groom, they being "Oh Master Let Me Walk with Thee" and "I Love You Truly." As the beautiful Lohengrin's bridal chorus floated through the rooms, the Rev. Smith entered and took his place. He was followed by the ring bearer, Marleen Witt, niece of the bride, who carried the ring In a talisman rose. In turn, Jack Borchers, best man, the groom, Mrs. Jack Borchers, matron of honor, then the bride, took their places in an arch of white and blue.
The bride was becomingly attired in a dress of blue velvet trimmed in gold and gold slippers. She carried a handkerchief which the groom's mother carried at her wedding. Her flowers were yellow chrysanthemums and fern leaves. She wore a spray of white flowers in her hair.
The matron of honor wore tiel blue, her flowers being yellow gladiolia and talisman roses. The groom and best man wore brown.
The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Borchers of Preston township and has spent her entire life there.
The groom is the only Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stephens of Washington township; is a graduate of the LeMars high school and has had two years at Western Union college. Friday morning they left for Chicago and will be at home for their friends after September 15, at the groom's home where he farms.

Copyright © 1938; Le Mars Globe Post (Le Mars, Plymouth County, Iowa) of 08 September 1938.


 

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