Irene Rousell and John Steinkirchner wedding

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Irene Rousell and John Steinkirchner wedding - SURPRISED THEIR FRIENDS. Two Well-Known...
SURPRISED THEIR FRIENDS. Two Well-Known Well-Known Well-Known Newton Young People People Married Las Evening. Miss Irene Rousell and Mr. John Steinkirchner were married last evening evening by Father Maguire In the parsonage parsonage of the Catholic church at eight o'clock. The announcement of the wedding comes as a complete surprise to the friends of the young people who knew nothing of the plans of the youn knew nothing of the plans. After the wedding the guests repaired to the home of the groom's parents on West Eighth street to receive the congratulations congratulations of the few who knew of their union. This morning the newly-married newly-married newly-married newly-married couple went to Wichita, returning returning at noon. They will reside temporarily temporarily at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Steinkirchner on West Eighth street until a suitable home can be found. As the news of the marriage spread among the friends of the young people people this morning, expressions of goodwill goodwill and congratulations were showered showered upon the newly-married newly-married newly-married couple. Both are popular in social circles and their many friends were not slow to extend congratulations. The bride has been a resident of Newton a short time only but she has won a firm place in the affections of her friends. Quiet and modest, she has the attributes attributes of character that go to make up an ideal wife and will no doubt make for her husband a faithful helpmeet. helpmeet. She is the daughter of Mr. Edward Rousell, an operator in the. Santa Fe offices, and during her residence here has been employed as a retoucher n the Riesen photograph gallery. The groom comes from a family well-known well-known well-known and highly respected in Newton Newton and is a Harvey county boy by-birth by-birth by-birth and training. His friends are legion, won by his unfailing good-nature good-nature good-nature good-nature and his generous and manly char-' char-' char-' acter. He is connected with the, Century Century Clothing company and in that work has shown a degree of proficiency proficiency that augurs well for his future future business career. The union is an auspicious one and the Kansan unites with the friends of the young people in offering good wishes. ...

Clipped from The Evening Kansan-Republican07 Nov 1902, FriPage 1

The Evening Kansan-Republican (Newton, Kansas)07 Nov 1902, FriPage 1
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