BioM: Schommer, Anne (Marriage - 1919)

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Surnames: SCHOMMER JOHNSON OLSON

----Source: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Wis.) 07/03/1919

Schommer, Anne (Marriage - 26 JUN 1919)

On Thursday last, June 26, 1919, at the Catholic Parsonage occurred the marriage of Miss Anne Schommer to Mr. Carl Johnson, Fr. H. Lachnitt performing the ceremony.

The bride was dressed in a handsome gown of cream white satin over draped with georgette crepe and trimmed with silk braid and the veil was of silk trimmed with pale pink tinsel. She carried a shower bouquet of carnations and bridal roses. She was attended by Miss Josephine Schommer, a sister, who was dressed in pale blue crepe de chine trimmed with georgette and rose buds wearing a picture hat to match and wore a corsage of pink roses and ferns. The groom wore a dark grew suit and was attended by Mr. Elmer Olson wose suit was of dark brown.

After the wedding ceremony the bridal party drove to Marshfield for wedding pictures, returning in time for the 6 o'clock dinner at the bride's parents home, Mr. and Mrs. John Schommer, served to the near relatives and intimate friends. The dining room was prettily decorated in blue and white and large groups of peonies.

In the evening a large crowd of invited guests were royally entertained with dancing and other amusements and at midnight a dainty lunch was served to all.

The newlyweds left the following morning on a wedding trip to the Dells of Wisconsin, and also in Milwaukee. Upon their return they will reside upon the groom's farm two miles west of Unity in Clark County.

 

 


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