Berner, Felix & Miss Madge Nicholson (Marriage 1919)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, Volunteer (email)
Date: 6/3/2008 at 17:11:07
June 3, 1919
A JUNE WEDDING
FELIX BERNER AND MISS MADGE NICHOLSON MARRIED
CEREMONY AT ST. JOSEPH CHURCH
Principals Are Members of Well Known Families of LeMars and Will Live
Here---Bridegroom is Popular Young Business Man
Felix A. Berner and Miss Madge Nicholson were principals in a pretty June
morning wedding which was celebrated on Monday at 6:30 at St. Joseph church
in this city. Rev. Father Schultes officiated at the nuptial mass. The
ceremony was witnessed by relatives and a few friends of the young people.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Ruth Nicholson and the bridegroom
by Frank Burg.
The bride wore an attractive looking suit of tailor made blue serge with hat
and gloves to match and her bridesmaid was similarly attired.
Following the ceremony the bride and groom accompanied by their attendants,
Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Kelly, of Remsen, left on the early morning train for
Sioux City where breakfast was served at the Martin Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Berner left during the day on a wedding east and will return to
LeMars, where they will make their home, in about ten days.
The young people are well known in LeMars and vicinity having lived here all
their lives and are popular members of the younger set.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Nicholson, pioneer settlers of
Plymouth county, and the groom is a son of Mrs. Anna Berner, of this city.
During the war, Mr. Berner served in the navy, selling out his business as a
sacrifice to respond to the call for men. His many friends will be pleased
to learn that he will enter business here again having bought back the
jewelry store. He is a progressive young man and takes a wholesome interest
in affairs belonging to the community. His bride has taught school in the
country with success and has a wide circle of friends with whom she is
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