Oscar and Emilie (Krenek) Wolters - Marriage Announcement 1914
6CHULENBURO. On Tuesday afternoon at i o'clock, at the home of the blrde's slater. Mrs. L. A.- Vogelsang In Rosenberg;, was solemnised tht marriase of Oscar Wolters and Miss Emllet Krenek, daughter' of Mrs. Mary Krenek of Elllnger. ,. The parlor waa adorned In white erepe paper bells and hearts, lace ferns and cprlngerles occupied the corners of the apartment. Mrs. Ed Rabat of Rosenberg pfayed Lohengrin's wedding inarch, pre-oeedlng with a beautiful song, "Because." 'The solemn words were spoken bv Father Montreul of Bay City which made Mlaa Krenek and Mr. Wolters man and wife. Immediately after the ceremony Mrs. Ed Raba beautifully rendered that lovely long, "To Have, to Horn, and to Love." After receiving congratulations, all repaired to the dining room where an elegant wedding supper was served, ' . The bride was most beautifully gowned In white charmeuse. Tha attendants were Mist Annie Herslk and Emll Schula. Miss Herslk wore lavender crepe da ehlne. The bride's going awty costume, waa btae moire. Mr. and Mrs. Wolters boarded tha 1 o'clock train for Ntw Orleans where titer '