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Kiewel, Reinhardt & Miss Verlan Bedient, Wedding 1913

KIEWEL, BEDIENT

Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 10/26/2005 at 17:17:33

Kiewel, Reinhardt & Miss Verlan Bedient, 11 Jun 1913

Source: Akron Register newspaper
Dated June 12, 1913

MARRIED

At the German Lutheran church in Akron, Ia., Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock was solemnized the marriage of Reinhardt Kiewel and Miss Verlan
Bedient, of Granite Falls, Minn., in the presence of an assemblage of
relatives and friends, Rev. F. A. Meske officiating. The wedding march
was played by Mrs. John Reemts and the bridal party approached the altar
between streamers of pink, white and light blue carried by little Gladys
and Howard Shuck, Gladys wearing a dress of blue voile, with pink
stripe, and Howard a white linen suit, trimmed in pink. The bridesmaids
were Miss Jeanette Hilton, of Winnebago City, Minn., and Miss Elsie
Kiewel. The groomsmen were Alvin Hilton, of Granite Falls, Minn., and
Rudolph Kiewel. The bride was becomingly attired in a gown of white
messaline, with the veil made in cap effect, and wore lilies of the
valley in a wreath and carried a bouquet of white rosebuds. Miss Hilton
wore a plain light blue voile with silk stripe and Miss Kiewel wore pale
blue crepe silk trimmed with heavy plain blue, and both bridesmaids
carried bouquets of white and pink sweet peas. Before the ceremony Miss
Elsie Kiewel, sister of the groom, sang "We Must Not Part." Following
the ceremony the bridal party and relatives partook of a splendid
four-course wedding dinner at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Kiewel, the rooms and table being prettily decorated in pink
and white. Before the repast, Miss Amanda Meske sang, "I Love You
Truly." After dinner the bridal party enjoyed an auto trip to Hawarden.

The bride is a charming and accomplished young woman and a member of a
prominent family near Granite Falls, Minn. The groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Kiewel, well known and respected residents of Akron and
vicinity. He is a young man of upright character and industrious
habits.

Mr. and Mrs. Kiewel will at once begin housekeeping on his farm near
Granite Falls, Minn., and have the congratulations and best wishes of
all who know them.


 

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