MADE PARTNERS FOR THIS LIFE
Miss Otelia LaBudde of Rhine Married To G. T. Lorfeld of Plymouth
WEDDING TUESDAY NIGHT
At The Home Of The Bride's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. LaBudde - The Rev.
Mr. Fischer Officiated - Many Relatives Of The Contracting Parties Present -
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On Tuesday evening at eight o'clock Miss Otelia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
A. LaBudde of Rhine, was united in marriage to Mr. G. T. Lorfeld, son of
Mrs. W. Lorfeld of this city. The ceremony was performed at the home of the
bride's parents, the Rev. Mr. Fischer of Russell speaking the words which
sealed the union. The ceremony was witnessed by relatives and a few
intimate young lady friends of the bride.
The bridal party stood under an arch in the center of which was a bell made
of evergreen. Miss Athilda Lorfeld acted as bridesmaid and Robert C. Bade
as groomsman. The bride was gowned in a dress of cream Lansdown and carried
roses, while the bridesmaid wore light blue silk and carried carnations. At
the close of the ceremony, the happy couple received the congratulations of
The cheerful home was made beautiful by tasteful decorations. The parlors
were trimmed with wedding smilax, ferns and white and pink carnations, and
the tables with smilax and white roses, while there was a white carnation at
Following the congratulations the company sat down to a supper both tempting
and bountiful. At the table with the bride and groom were the bridesmaid
and groomsman, the father and mother of the bride, mother of the groom; and
Rev. Fischer. During the supper Mr. Bade was called on for remarks and he
responded in a neat address which tended to onliven (sic) the company. Miss
Martha Gaffron recited a brief selection. The following young lady friends
of the bride waited on the tables: Misses Nora Schram, Sophie Strassburger,
Emilie Sebald, Anna Kohl and Laura Schwalenberg.
At a little after twelve, Mr. and Mrs. Lorfeld were taken in a hack to
Plymouth, but not before they were "riced". They took the two-o'clock
south-bound train for an extended wedding trip in the South, to be absent
two weeks. They will reside in a neatly furnished home on Main street in
Mr. Lorfeld holds the position of bookkeeper for Davis Bros., cheese
dealers. He has the confidence of his employer and is respected in the
community. He was graduated from the Plymouth High school in the class of
1900 and subsequently took a course at a business college. He is a young
man of excellent character and is deserving of a pleasant home which his
choice of a life's partner assures him.
The bride is a very worldly young lady, attractive in person and lovable in
disposition. She possesses qualities of mind and heart which will make her
an excellent companion, and she has the training to make a home pleasant.
The Review congratulates both of the young people, and wishes them a full
measure of happiness.
They were kindly remembered by their friends with many beautiful and
Mr. and Mrs. LaBudde presented each of the young ladies who waited at the
tables with a souvenir spoon of Plymouth.
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