Bos, Gerald W. & Miss Frances Ewin, Wedding 1946
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, niece of this couple (email)
Date: 11/2/2005 at 13:38:02
Bos, Gerald W. & Miss Frances Ewin, 22 Mar 1946
Source: LeMars newspaper
EWIN - BOS NUPTIALS ON FRIDAY The home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ewin in LeMars was the scene of a pretty candlelight wedding when Miss Frances Ewin became the bride of Gerald Bos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bos of LeMars. Rev. S.A. Jones of Independence, Iowa, performed the ceremony. Donald Bos lit the candles as Cecila Collins played soft music. Miss Irene Jones sang "I Love You Truly" and Richard Albert sang "Because."
Ruth Ewin, sister of the birde, was bridesmaid and Vernon Ewin, brother of the bride was best man. The bride was attractive in white street length satin gown and fingertip veil held by roses. Her bouquet was gardenias and orchids, a gift from Phyllis Freymann. The bridesmaid wore a pink street length dress and wore a corsage of carnations and sweet peas. The groom and his attendant wore conventional dark suits.
A reception followed the ceremony. A beautiful three-tier wedding cake formed the centerpiece. Miss Harriet Hawkins and Phyllis Freymann were table waitresses. Mrs. Ed. Keihn and Mrs. Arnold Coppock were kitchen hostesses. After a short honeymoon Mr. and Mrs. Bos will make their home in Nebraska.
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
March 26, 1946
FRANCES EWIN AND GERALD BOS WED
Married In Le Mars Friday Evening
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ewin, of this city, was the scene of a pretty wedding ceremony on Friday evening at 8 o’clock, when their daughter, Miss Leona Frances Ewin became the bride of Gerald Bos, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bos, also of LeMars. Rev. S. A. Jones of Independence, Iowa, performed the ceremony. Miss Irene Jones sang, “I Love You Truly” and Richard Albert sang, “Because” accompanied by Cecelia Collman.
The bride was attractive in a street length dress of white silk with net chiffon overskirt and waist length dress of white silk with net length veil. She carried a bridal bouquet of orchids and gardenias. Her sister, Miss Ruth Ewin, was bridesmaid, was dressed in a gown of salmon pink, pink hair bow and she wore a corsage of carnations and sweetpeas. The groom was attended by his brother-in-law, Vernon Ewin.
Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held for twenty-five guests, the home and tables being prettily decorated in the chosen colors, pink and white. A three tier wedding cake adorned the bride’s table.
Mrs. Bos is a graduate of the LeMars high school and has been employed in the office at the Plymouth Creamery. The groom, who has recently returned from Army duty overseas, is now employed as a traveling salesman with headquarters at Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The young couple will make their home at Minden, Nebraska.
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