Boltz and Schalla Wedding
o as see- of- Falk-Eisennann Wedding Tonight--Bolz-Schalla Nuptials. In the presence of about fifty Invited Invited guests, .Miss Ottllle Elsermann and Otto W. Falk will be married at 7:80 o'clock this evening by Rev. William Heyne In .St Johannes' German Lutheran church. . Following the ceremony at the church,the wedding party will go to the home of -the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Elsermann, 1161 Marietta street, where a supper will served. The Elsermann home has been beautifully and artistically decorated for the occasion with nasturtiums and carnations. Guests from out of the will be Mrs. A. Kuny of Chicago, and Mrs. A. B. Folk of Mt. Zlon, and Mrs. Wlllsfce and daughter, Gussle of Champaign. The couple will leave Thursday on wedding tour through the east. In Cleveland, Ohio,- they w.lll visit the bride's brother. On their return they ll stop at Chicago to visit relative* for a few days. On their return to Decatur they will go to housekeeping 1835 East Orchard street. Many presents, Including a great deal of house furnishings, have been received. Mr .Falk is a fireman on the Â·ailroad, SCHALLA-BOLTZ. Miss Martha Boltz and Otto Schalla were married at 7:30 Tuesday evening by Rev. William Heyne In St. Johannes' German Lutheran church. ' Miss Bolts was accompanied by Misses Martha Qrabowsky, Carrie Sakrls and Louise Hoffman, while Enitl Ponewasch, Alert Alert Schalla and Edward Teschner at- .ended the groom. One hundred and fifty guests were present at the recep- lon and wedding supper given at the home o f ' the bride's parents, Mr. Mrs. William Bolts. 1384 East Sangamon Sangamon street, after the ceremony. The Boltz home was decorated throughout with' flowers and beautiful ferns. The presents to the bride were nd. handsome. i Among the out-of-town guests pree- nt were Miss Louise Hoffman of Bloomington. William Boltz of Buryng- on. la., and Mr. and Mrs. A. Bolt* Clinton. The couple will not take a wedding rip, but for the present will reside with the bride's parents.