Rolling, Leo and Rosalind Reistroffer, Wedding 1927
Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 11/6/2005 at 17:49:03
Rolling, Leo and Rosalind Reistroffer, 19 Jan 1927
Source: LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
newspaper dated Tuesday, January 25, 1927
NUPTIAL TIES ARE ASSUMED
Rosalind Reistroffer and Leo Rolling are United in Marriage at Oyens
A very pretty church wedding was solemnized Wednesday morning, at St.
Catharine's church, in Oyens, when Rosalind Reistroffer was united in the
holy bonds of wedlock to Leo Rolling. The ceremony, which took place at
8:15 o'clock, was performed by Rev. Father Rolfes. Mathilda Reistroffer
attended her sister as bridesmaid while the groom was escorted by Nick
Kenkel. The bride's gown was a charm creation of shell pink georgette set
with pearls. She carried a bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid's dress was a
pale green georgette with which she wore a large picture hat and carried a
bouquet of carnations.
After the marriage vows had been taken the bridal party and assembled guests
repaired to the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reistroffer,
where a four-course dinner was served to about eighty guests. The home was
exquisitely decorated in the bride's chosen colors, pink and green. The
honor of serving was given to four intimate friends namely Margaret Kommes,
Elizabeth and Theresa Wittkop and Mary Nuebel.
The young couple received many and very useful gifts. They left on a
honeymoon trip to South Dakota and will be at home to their many friends on
the groom's father's farm southeast of LeMars after March 1.
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