Wed-Edward E. Lehman & Miss Hattie E. Bendixen-1919
BENDIXEN, LEHMAN, STRUCK
Posted By: cheryl Locher moonen (email)
Date: 4/19/2021 at 17:05:38
Denison Review, Wednesday, Jul 02, 1919, Denison, IA, Page: 1
WERE WEDDED AT SCHLESWIG
Edward E. Lehman, of the Commercial Bank,
and Miss Hattie E. Bendixen, of Schleswig, Married
A wedding of unusual interest occurred on last Wednesday morning at Schleswig, when Miss Hattie E. Bendixen, of that city, and Mr. Edward E. Lehman, of Denison, were married. The ceremony took place at 10 o’clock at the Friedens Church, in the presence pf relatives and a few close intimate friends of both parties. The simple and impressive ring service was used. Rev. Wetzeler officiated. The bridal party entered the church to the strains of Mendelssohn’s wedding march played by Mrs. John Bendixen, sister-in-law of the bride, and were preceded by little Garnet Else and Roland Struck , who strewed flowers down the aisle to the altar. The bride looked very beautiful in a gown of whiter georgette crepe, with veil and carried an exquisite of lilies of the valley and ferns. She was attended by her sister, Miss Selma Bendixen, as a bridesmaid, who wore a pretty dress of pink georgette with hat to match and carried a bouquet of pink and white sweet peas. The groom was attended by John Boll of Schleswig. During the ceremony Miss Theresa Rohwer very beautifully sang “I Love You Truly.”
Immediately following the ceremony the bridal party went to the bride’s home where they were served a delicious wedding dinner , and later in the afternoon came to Denison where they took the train for Omaha and thence to Denver and other points in the west. After a brief trip they will return to this city where they will be at home to their friends after august first.
The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Henry Bendixen and was born and reared in Schleswig. She is a graduate of the public schools at that place, and is also an accomplished musician. For the past several years she has been employed in the Bendixen & Evers Store where her pleasant manner and kindly ways have made her extremely popular and she is held in high esteem by hosts of people in the vicinity in which she lived. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lehman, of this city, and made his home in Schleswig, prior to entering the war in the fall of 1917, where he received the role of First Lieutenant. After receiving his discharge some few months ago, the accepted the position of assistant cashier of the Commercial Bank of this city, which position he now holds. He is an upright young man of sterling quality and has made many friends in this city who are pleased to welcome him and his bride as permanent residents.
The Review joins with other friends in extending hearty congratulations to this worthy young couple and wishing them many long years of happiness.
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