Monday, January 26, 2009

Wolfe-Schneider Wedding (1917)

Columbia City Post ~ Saturday September 22, 1917

Misses Alice and Esther Wolfe, employed at the Superior Garment factory, visited the fair at Bremen, Ind., during the week of Sept. 4th. Miss Alice returned Sunday, but Miss Esther Wolfe and Melvin L. Schneider, of Bremen, went to Kalamazoo, Mich., where they were married at 10 o’clock Monday morning, Sept. 10th by Rev. Alonzo B. Garman, of the German Lutheran church. The groom is a highly esteemed young man with a large circle of friends, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider, of Bremen, Ind., a retired farmer. The groom is a fireman on the B. & O. railroad.

The bride also has a large circle of friends and is the daughter of Mrs. John Wolfe of this city. The bride is an industrious young lady and has been employed at the Superior Garment factory for the last 5 years. The bride was dressed in taffeta with Georgette crepe drape. She carried bridal roses, and a double ring ceremony was performed. The wedding was a surprise to the parents of the young couple as well as to their friends. A beautiful home is being furnished for them at Bremen, where they will make their future home. Congratulations are extended to the happy couple.

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