Brauch, Henry & Mary Matilda Heinemann, Wedding 1895
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Date: 10/15/2005 at 11:30:05
Brauch, Henry Peter and Miss Mary Matilda Heinemann, 9 Jan 1895
Source: LeMars Sentinel, 10 Jan 1895
BRAUCH-HEINEMANN: -- At. St. Joseph's church, in this city, at 8:30,
Wednesday morning, January 9, 1895, Mr. Henry Peter Brauch and Miss Mary
Matilda Heinemann, Rev. Father Meis, officiating.
A crowded church yesterday morning witnessed the impressive Catholic
ceremony which united these two popular young LeMars people in the bonds
of Hymen. The impressive ritual of the Catholic church in the ceremony
of holy matrimony is always an attraction, but when in addition to the
mere performance of the ceremony is the fact that it unites two such
well-known and popular young people, an interest is attached to it that
compels every acquaintance and friend to attend.
The ceremony was conducted with much solemnity and the bride looked
charming in a beautiful dress of pink silk with white satin bodice. She
was attended by Miss Brauch, sister of the groom, who wore a charming
dress of ecru-colored silk. The groom and groomsman, Mr. M. Kilburg,
wore the conventional black. The young couple shortly afterwards took
the train for Sioux City from which point they went to St. Cloud, Minn.,
for a visit with relatives. They will probably visit at Chicago before
their return which will not be for a month, when they will take up their
residence at the home of the bride's parents.
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