Borchers, Henry & Marie Ludwigs, Wedding 1919
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Date: 11/2/2005 at 20:45:34
Borchers, Henry & Marie Ludwigs, 07 May 1919
Source: LeMars Sentinel newspaper
Dated May 9, 1919
A PRETTY WEDDING
HENRY BORCHERS AND MARIE LUDWIGS ARE THE PRINCIPALS
WILL MAKE THEIR HOME IN CRAIG
The Bride and Bridegroom Are Members of Well Known Grant Township
Families-Ceremony Witnessed by Near Relatives and Friends
A pretty home wedding took place in Craig on Wednesday afternoon, May 7,
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ludwigs, when their daughter,
Marie, was united in marriage with Henry Borchers, of Newkirk, Okla.
The ceremony took place at half past two in the presence of relatives of
the contacting parties. The marriage service was conducted by Rev. John
Vollmar, pastor of the Craig Lutheran church. The bride was attended by
her cousin, Miss Marie Von Hagel and the bridegroom by his brother,
Eilert Borchers. The bride was attired in a pretty dress of white
georgette crepe with lace trimming and she carried a bouquet of lilies
of the valley and roses. The bridesmaid was attired in blue georgette
crepe with white lace.
Following the ceremony and congratulations a wedding dinner was served
in four courses and the afternoon and evening was spent in celebrating
the happy event. The bride and bridegroom are both well known and
popular young people and prominent in the social life of their home
community. Mr. and Mrs. Borchers will make their home in Craig where
Mr. Borchers is engaged in the carpenter trade.
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