Clipped From The Jacksonville Daily Journal
F. L VORTMAN, MISSSCHUEKER WED IN PEORIA In a beautiful and Impressive single single ring ceremony Miss Velma E ; schlieker of Meredoala only daughter 1 0t the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles ; Schlieker, became the bride of Fred- L. Vortman of Lluffs, Illinois. only son of Mr. and Mrs. ;. H. Vort- J Truly." The nuptials were aolemn- j ized by the Rev. Paul H. Bredow, pas- | tor of the church, with the organ softly playing. A few close friends J and relatlvea were present. The bride was charming in a long man, at 7:30 p. m. Saturday, April 14th, 1934, at the First English Luth- eran church in Peoria. As Mrs. Paul Brr iow played Loh-j cngrins processional the bridal party took their places at the altar. Preceding Preceding the ceremony, Mias Bernadine Bredlove. Mis* Helen Bredlove and, Mrs. A. K. White sang “I Love You! gown fashioned of white point d esplrit net an da billowy cap shape! veil of white net caught to her hair with a cluster of orange blossoms She carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Mrs. Harvey Schlieker of Peoria t he bride's sister-in-law. was her j only attendant. She looked lovely in I» frepeanda large! *hlt* Pjcture h.at. Mr. Schlieker was '1*1? bridegroom s best man. Immediately following the ore- mon? * wedding supper was served, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey | 'Schlieker, 215 Sixth avenue, in Peoria Pink, green and white formed the color scheme throughout the dining room. Tall lighted tapers, a low bowl of spring flowers and a large white wedding cake bearing a miniature miniature bride and bridegroom formed the table decorations. The bride had her early education in the Meredosia school*. She later attended the Illinois Conservatory of Music In Jacksonville. 111. groom attended schx>l in the Bluffs community and is now engaged in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Vortman left Peoria Sunday for their farm home near Meredosia where they are now at home to their manv friends.