Boden, Patrick L. & Miss Louise Gengler, Wedding 1914
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Date: 12/7/2005 at 14:12:43
Boden, Patrick L. & Miss Louise Gengler, 11 Feb 1914
Source: Akron Register newspaper
dated February 19, 1914
LeMars Globe-Post: A pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Joseph’s church yesterday morning (February 11, 1914) at 9 o’clock, when Miss Louise Gengler was united in marriage to Patrick L. Boden. Mgr. F. N. Feuerstein read the nuptial mass in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.
The bride was accompanied by Miss Ida Boden, a sister of the groom, and Mitchell Gengler a brother of the bride, accompanied the groom. The bride was charmingly dressed in an elegant suit of white serge with lace trimmings and wore a picture hat. The bridesmaid also wore a picture hat and was gowned in white serge with lace trimmings.
Immediately following the service, the party went to the home of the bride’s mother on Franklin street, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served. The remainder of the day was given over to a reception and the newly married couple received the congratulations of many friends who called. In the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Boden left for Omaha, where they will spend several days on a wedding trip.
The couple are well known residents of this county and come from prominent families. The bride has resided in LeMars for many years and has a host of friends in this vicinity. She is well fitted to take charge of a home and the groom is to be congratulated upon his choice of a helpmate. The groom is a prosperous and progressive farmer of Akron vicinity and holds the confidence of a wide circle of acquaintances. He has an enviable reputation for honesty and integrity and for this reason he is respected by every one who knows him.
Mr. and Mrs. Boden will reside on a farm near Akron and will be at home to their friends after March 1st.
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