Eyres, Calvin & Minerva Dotzauer, Wedding 1920
Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 11/2/2005 at 21:35:10
Eyres, Calvin & Minerva Dotzauer, 12 Aug 1920
Source: LeMars Sentinel newspaper
Dated Friday, August 13, 1920
YOUNG COUPLE WED
WELL KNOWN FAMILIES UNITED BY MARRIAGE
WEDDING AT HOME OF THE BRIDE
Calvin Eyres and Minerva Dotzauer Principals in
Pretty Home Ceremony at A. L. Dotzauer Home on Thursday Evening
Miss Minerva Dotzauer and Calvin Hugh Eyres were married Thursday
evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dotzauer,
1101 Tremont street.
The marriage service which took place at 9 o'clock was read by Rev.
H. V. Comin in the presence of the immediate families and a few intimate
friends. The bridal couple were attended by Miss Harriet Eyres,
bridesmaid, and Harold Dotzauer, best man. Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus
was played by Mrs. O. G. Sampson and Mrs. C. C. Nevins sang "At Dawn".
The brides' gown of white silk batiste and her long tulle veil which was
worn in frill effect were held in place by a band of brilliants. She
carried a shower bouquet of brides roses and sweet peas. Miss Harriett
Eyres wore an attractive gown of pink organdie and an arm bouquet of
pink sweet peas completed the costume. Misses Irene Roseberry and Ethel
Eyres wore pretty white summer gowns and acted as ribbon girls. The
house was attractive in the bridal colors of pink and white and sweet
peas and other flowers of the season formed the floral decorative
Immediately after the ceremony an attractive pink and white
luncheon was served, Mrs. Ralph Schrooten acting as dining room hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Eyres left for an extended trip through the west and
will be at home in LeMars after October 1. The bride's traveling suit
was of blue trientine with which were worn a brown modish hat and fox
Out of town guests who attended the wedding are: Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Dotzauer of Howard, S. D., and Jas. Ebling, of Sioux Falls, S. D.
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