Haack, Adolph & Miss Louise Trafford, Wedding 1928
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Date: 11/6/2005 at 18:11:43
Haack, Adolph & Miss Louise Trafford, 14 Feb 1928
Source: LeMars Sentinel newspaper
Dated February 17, 1928
CHIMES RING GOLDEN NOTE
Miss Louis Trafford Becomes the Bride of Adolph Haack, of Remsen
PLEDGE NUPTIAL VOWS
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trafford, 400 Sixth street, SW., was
the scene of a pretty home wedding Tuesday, when their daughter, Louise,
was united in marriage with Adolph Haack, a son of Mr. and Mrs. C.J.
Haack, of Meadow township.
Relatives and two or three intimate friends were present on the happy
occasion. The ceremony took place at high noon. The service was
conducted by Rev. Paul V. Dyck, pastor of St. John's Evangelical church.
The house decorations were in orchid and peach, and the colors scheme
was tastefully carried out in the parlor and dining rooms. Miss
Katherine Gross played the Lohengrin wedding chorus from Wagner's opera
as the bridal party took their places before a floral altar, and Miss
Lena Gross sang, "Oh! Perfect Love."
The attendants were Miss Edith Trafford, a sister of the bride, and
Elmer Haack, a brother of the bridegroom. The bride looked charming in
her wedding gown of peach colored georgette, and carried a bridal
bouquet of sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a pretty dress of orchid
georgette and carried a bouquet of roses.
Following the marriage service, a four-course wedding dinner was served.
The bride was born and grew up in LeMars and is popular young woman with
many friends. She is a graduate of the LeMars high school of the class
of 1924. Since leaving school she has been a valued employee of the K.
and L. Gross store.
The young people left for the South on a brief wedding trip. They will
be at home to their friends on a farm near Remsen, after March 1.
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