Feauto, Ambrose & Anna Buryanek (Marriage 1916)
Posted By: Doris Hoffman (email)
Date: 6/11/2010 at 20:59:23
ARE MARRIED AT AKRON
AMBROSE FEAUTO AND ANNA
TO LIVE IN SIOUX TOWNSHIP
Principals in Ceremony are Members
of Well Known Families Residing in
the West Part of the County and are
Popular Young People
A pretty wedding took place at the
St. Patrick Catholic church at Akron
at eight o'clock on Monday morning,
February 14. 1916, when Ambrose E.
Feauto and Miss Anna Clara Buryanek,
both of Westfield, Iowa, were
united in the holy bonds of matrimony,
Rev. Father D. K. Hurley officiating.
The bridal couple were attended
by Miss Ella Feauto, a sister
of the bridegroom, and Ernest Harbeck,
an intimate friend of the groom.
The bride was attired in a most
becoming gown of white satin messaline,
with trimming of richly embroidered
silk net and chiffon; over all
a wedding veil fell In graceful folds,
caught up with orange blossoms and
the bride also carried a white prayer
book. The bridesmaid was robed in
a pretty dress of white crepe de
chine, with trimming of lace and wore
a large picture hat.
The groom is the oldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Feauto and is a worthy
young farmer, well known in the community
and is a young man of exemplary
habits and character.
The bride is the youngest and beloved
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Buryanek. These young people are
well known, having lived here all
their lives and have any number of
friends who wish them a happy and
They will be at home to their
friends after March first on the N. R.
Knapp farm in Sioux township, which
the groom has rented for the year.
Le Mars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
Friday, February 18, 1916 Lemars, Iowa
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