The church was beautifully decorated, an arch of pink and white was constructed over the altar which was banked with evergreen and ferns. Promptly at high noon the bridal party entered, Rev. F. Caulkins the officiating minister and the groom entering followed by the bride attended by her father. The bridesmaids were Miss Charolot Werkhauser, of Chicago, and Miss Minnie Nitsche, of Lowell. The groomsmen were Fred Nitsche, of Chicago, and Albert Nitsche, of Nebraska. The bridesmaids were dressed in pink and white, carrying bouquets of pink and white carnations and roses. The bride was attired in white crepe dechine carrying a large bouquet of white roses with white streamers caught with lilies of the valley.
The bride was a member of the Lowell High school class of 1911. The bridegroom is a prosperous farmer of Wisner, Nebr., where the newly wedded couple will make their home.
Immediately after the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride's parents at which a bounteous dinner was served. The dining room being decorated in pink and white with ferns.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Klein, of Oak Park, Ill., Mrs. Laura Nitsche and daughter, Pearl, Mr. and Mrs. Sanderson, Mrs. Hodge, Miss Weyfant, Mr. and Mrs. George Gebert, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schilling and daughters, Ellen and Mary, of Crown Point; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nitsche, Ed Nitsche, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schilling and daughters, Esther and Mabel, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Haberlin and family.
There were many beautiful presents received.
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