Mr. Lewis Winker and Miss Celia Feuerstein were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic church Tuesday, February 15, 1916. Rev. Father Stockinger performed the ceremony. The young couple were attended by Mr. John Beese, a friend of the bride and groom, and Miss Leona Feuerstein, sister of the bride. The bride was dressed in white satin messaline trimmed with white silk brocaded chiffon and wore a silk bridal veil caught up by orange blossoms, and she carried a boquet of bride's roses. The bridesmaid wore blue silk crepe de chine trimmed in shadow lace and a short veil which was caught up by forget-me-nots. After the ceremony the newly wedded couple were the recipients of many congratulations from their friends and then the couple left to partake of a five-course wedding breakfast, which was served at the bride's home. Only the immediate relatives of the family were present. The young couple will live at De Smet, South Dakota.
Pretty Wedding Celebrated at Bride's Home, Leshara.
Leshara, Feb. 18 -- A pretty wedding of Tuesday was that of Miss Cecile Feuerstein of Leshara and Lewis Winker of Desmit, S. D., at the Estena Catholic church at 10 a. m. The ceremony was performed by Father Stockinger of Colon. Miss Leona Feuerstein, sister of the bride, and John Besse were the attendants.
The bride's dress was white silk messaline with silk brocaded chiffon. The veil was caught up with orange blossoms. The bride carried bride's roses. The bridesmaid wore light blue silk crepe de chine with lace trimming. A delightful wedding breakfast was served to the immediate relatives at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Feuerstein.
Mr. and Mrs. Winker left Thursday afternoon for their home at Desmit, S. D., and will be at home to their many friends after March 1.