MARRIAGE, WEIS-WASKE, 1906
WASKE, WEINKOTZ, WEIS
Posted By: Irma
Date: 11/25/2009 at 17:37:34
THE EVENING ADVERTISER AND GAZETTE [CRESTON]
MARCH 1, 1906
The marriage of Miss Ida Weis, the charming and attractive daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George Weis, to Louis Waske, a well known and prosperous citizen of Talmage, occurred at St. Edward church, Afton Tuesday morning January 8th at 10:00 o'clock, in the presence of a large audience of close friends and relatives.
Henry Weis, a brother of the bride, and Miss Emma Weinkotz a cousin, stood up with the bridal party while the beautiful Catholic ceremony, including the ring service was performed, Father Alban officiating in the most impressive manner.
Mrs. Loyt Shields played the wedding march.
After the ceremony the party repaired to the Weis home where an ample wedding feast was spread, the richness and variety of which can not be too highly praised. The Star-Enterprise editor had the pleasure of sampling some of the cake and it was certainly delicious beyond criticism.
Mrs. Waske is a young lady of refinement and culture, and in her beautiful wedding gown of white silk was a veritable queen of beauty. She comes from one of the most highly respected German families in the community.
The groom is a leading citizen of Talmage where he owns several houses among which is the cosy little cottage where he has taken his bride. he is a section foreman on the Great Western, well liked and popular.
The presents received by the fortunate couple were mostly of a useful nature, including bed room sets, carpets, fine linens and articles of similar nature that delight the heart of a good housewife. The Star-Enterprise joins other friends in wishing this worthy couple all happiness.
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