Frank, Clarence P. & Irma Strohbeen (Marriage 1922)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 12/7/2011 at 15:59:03
January 24, 1922
The marriage of Miss Irma Strohbeen and Mr. Clarence P. Frank, both
prominent Remsen young people, was solemnized in St. Mary’s Catholic church
in Remsen, on Tuesday morning at 8 o’clock, Rev. F. X. Schulte officiating.
The nuptial mass was quite largely attended.
The young people were attended by Miss Virginia Ludwig, an intimate friend
of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Lawrence Frank, a brother of the groom.
Both the bride and her maid appeared in tailored suits of dark blue
tricotine and hats to match and both wore corsage bouquets of Ophelia roses
and freesias. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception was held at the
home of the bride’s parents, where the bridal party took breakfast. The
reception room and dining hall were tastily decorated in the bride’s colors
of pink and white, together with natural flowers. Prominent in the table
decorations was a large bouquet of fresh cut narcissus, freesias and calla
lilies sent to the bride by her grandmother, Mrs. John Strohbeen, and her
uncle, Fred Strohbeen, of Santa Cruz, California. The flowers were grown in
the Strohbeen gardens at Santa Cruz. The young couple left in the afternoon
on a honeymoon trip which will take them through parts of Nebraska and Iowa
for two weeks. Upon their return they will visit among their relatives and
will be at home during the coming farming season on a farm owned by the
bride’s father, six miles south of Remsen.
Both the bride and groom were born and reared in this community. The bride
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Strohbeen, who were prominent in the
business and social life of this community for many years. She is a young
lady of many admirable qualities, and enjoys the friendship of hosts of
admiring friends. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Frank, also well
known people of Remsen.
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