BioM: Carstensen, Elvera (1914)

Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Carstensen, Dimler, Hasse, Frank, Mouldenhauer, Kaitchup, Jull


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  June 4, 1914


Carstensen, Elvera (26 May 1914)


At the German Lutheran Church in the town of Washburn Tuesday, May 26, 1914, at three o’clock occurred the marriage of Miss Elvera Carstensen to Henry Dimler, Rev. Hasse of Granton officiating.  They were attended by Miss Regina Frank of Medford, and Fred Carstensen, brother of the bride, and Miss Regna Mouldenhauer of Shortville and William Kaitchup of town of Levis.  The bride was beautifully gowned in Copenhagen blue messaline and shadow lace and carried a bouquet of white carnations.  Miss Lillian Jull played the wedding march.   The church was beautifully decorated with ferns, lilies, and lilacs.


After the ceremony they drove to the home of the bride where a bountiful supper was served.  Then the evening was spent in dancing.  The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Detlef Carstensen of Shortville, very winning and capable young lady and is loved and respected by all who know her.  The groom is the only son of Mrs. Henry Dimler, Sr., and is a young man of sterling qualities.  They received many beautiful presents.  The young people will go to housekeeping at the home of the groom.



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