BioM: Diercks, Bertha (1924)

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Surnames: VANDEBERG DIERCKS LAWRENCE

----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 06/12/1924

Diercks, Bertha (28 MAY 1924)

Mr. Lawrence VandeBerg and Miss Bertha Diercks, both of the town of York, Clark County, Wis., were united in marriage on Wednesday afternoon, May 28, 1924, at Loyal, Rev. Pohlman officiating. They were attended by Mr. Arthur Diercks, who acted as best man, and miss Naomi Lawrence as bridesmaid.

The bride was dressed in blue satin trimmed with lace and the bridesmaid wore a dress of rose colored canton crepe trimmed with lace.

After the ceremony the relatives of the bride and groom assembled at the home of her parents where a fine wedding dinner was served. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Abram VandeBerg of the town of York, where he grew up on the home. Farm. He has lived at home nearly all his life, except at time when he went out to work. He is a very energetic and industrious young man and is a good farmer. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diercks. Her entire life has been spent helping at home with an occasional exception of helping some of the neighboring ladies with their work. She is well prepared to take up the duties of a new home.

The young couple left Thursday for a visit to Minneapolis, stopping a short time at Baldwin to visit relatives. On their return they will take up housekeeping on the groom's farm in the town of York.

We join their many other friends in extending congratulations and best wishes.

 

 


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