Heissel, William F. & Elizabeth L. Mairose (MARR 1913)
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Date: 7/21/2020 at 09:17:56
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
April 8, 1913 (front page)
Ceremony Takes Place at St. Maryís in Alton.
Alton Democrat: At St. Maryís Catholic church at Alton on Wednesday, April 2d, at 8:30 in the morning Very Rev. F. J. Brune performed the ceremony which united Miss Elizabeth L. Mairose and William F. Heissel in the holy bonds of matrimony. Miss Mathilda Heissel acted as bridesmaid and Henry Mairose as groomsman. The bride was very daintily attired in embroidered net over cream colored messaline, draped with ribbon. The bridesmaid wore white embroidered voile. Immediately after the ceremony, the wedding party repaired to the Mairose home which had been decorated with roses, carnations and ferns. Merrymaking and feasting was the order of the day. The newly weds were the recipients of many gifts of cut glass, silver, linen and furniture. The mother of the groom resides south of LeMars. The groom has been engaged in farming for himself and has made a success of it. The brideís parents are Mr. and Mrs. B. Mairose, prominent farmers residing east of Alton. The bride has grown to womanhood in Altonís vicinity and is a popular young lady in her large circle of acquaintances.
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