Klemme, Alfred & Miss Rosina Bubs, Wedding 1917
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Date: 2/6/2006 at 21:54:59
Klemme, Alfred & Miss Rosina Bubs, 21 FEB 1917
Source: Akron Register newspaper
Dated February 22, 1917
The marriage of Mr. Alfred Klemme and Miss Rosina Bubs was solemnized at the
Akron German Lutheran church on Tuesday, February 21, 1917, at 1:30 p.m., in
the presence of relatives and a large assemblage of friends. The pastor,
Rev. F. A. Meske, officiated, conducting the nuptial service in English.
The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Lydia Bubs, and the groom by his
brother, Elmer Klemme. Miss Frances Meske played the wedding march, "Bridal
Chimes." The bride was most becomingly attired in white messaline, with
pearl and silver trimming, and wore a tulle veil and wreath of orange
blossoms. Her maid was gowned in white allover net embroidery.
Following the ceremony, a sumptuous wedding dinner was partaken of by the
near relatives of the contracting parties at the home of the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Klemme, of this city.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bubs, near Spink, S.D. She
is a young woman of pleasant personality and is endowed with many useful
attainments. For the past two years she has been employed in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonney, of this place, during which time she has also
been ticket seller at the Majestic theatre. The groom has gained the high
respect and confidence of the entire community by his upright character and
industrious habits. He has conducted a photograph studio and the Majestic
theatre in this city during the past four or five years and has made a
success in these lines. Both young people are deservedly popular in a wide
circle of friends, who offer congratulations and wishes for a long and happy
Mr. and Mrs. Klemme at once began housekeeping in rooms adjoining the
Mr. Klemme gave a free show at the Majestic Tuesday evening on behalf of
himself and bride, and a large number of people accepted and enjoyed their
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