Daily Times; Sept. 4, 1940
Holy Trinity church, Walford, Iowa.
Erger-Wodstrchill Nuptials Solemnized At Catholic Church
BENTON COUNTY NEWS
(Special to Daily Times)
Walford, Sept. 14-Arlene Erger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Erger of Walford and Robert Wodstrchill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wodstrchill of Watkins were married at 8:00 o'clock this morning at the Catholic church here with Father Tucek officiating.
The bride's attendants were her sister, Betty Erger and the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Minard Smith. Ralph Emmanuel and Veril Wodstrchill of Philip, S.D., attended the bridegroom. Little Dorothy May Broz, dressed in a long blue silk dress with peach trim was flower girl and Ronald Erger, dressed in a white suit was ring bearer.
The bride's gown was of white satin cut on princess lines with a long train and lace trim at the throat. The long lace trimmed veil fell from a crown of pearls. Her bouquet was of white gladioli. The bridesmaids both wore long gowns of moire taffeta, one of rose the other of aqua, both with circle veils and colonial bouquets to match.
A wedding dinner was served at the H. T. P. hall for 200 guests and a dance will be held in the evening at Shipman's ballroom at Norway. They will live at Watkins where Mr. Wodstrchill drives a semi-trailer truck.