Heeren, Louise and Rowe, Foster Marriage 1929
Posted By: Bruce Atkinson (email)
Date: 11/25/2018 at 21:25:51
WERE MARRIED AT CRATHORNE
Simplicity marked a quiet wedding ceremony which took place Monday morning (November 19) at 8:30 in the Plymouth church manse at Crathorne, when Miss Louise Heeren became the bride of Foster J. Rowe, reports the LeMars sentinel. The service was conducted by Rev. W. E. Smith, pastor of the Plymouth Presbyterian church, and the ring ceremony was used.
The young people were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edwards, close friends and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowe, parents of the bridegroom, were attendants at the wedding.
The young people left immediately after their marriage on an extended honeymoon trip to points in Wisconsin. On their return they will make their home on the farm occupied by the bridegroom near Brunsville.
The bride and bridegroom are members of well known Plymouth county families and popular in the community where they were born and raised. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gert Heeren, and the bride¬groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rowe, well known land owners of Crathorne vicinity.
Copyright © 1929; Akron Register-Tribune (Akron, Plymouth County, Iowa) of 21 November 1929.
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