Hempelman, Charles and Rohlfing, Lydia
Baun- Mon- HEMPELMAN'S CELEBRATE 25th ANNIVERSARY IN ST. LOUIS The Silver Wedding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hempel- Hempel- man of St. Louis was celebrated at their home on Wednesday evening, evening, December 27. Fifty guests were present. An anniversary dinner was served in the dining room which was beautifully decorated for the oc casion. After dinner, William Sassmann, the toastmasler, took the guests to an imaginary court room. He acted as Judge, the guests as witnesses and Mr. and Mrs. Hempelman as the defendants. Each witness gave a testimony for or against the defendants. Many amusing incidents were related. After all had given testimony the Judge asked the defendants to stand and he pronounced them a fit couple to carry on for many years to come. Charles Hempelman and Miss Lydla Rohlflng were married at the Methodist Church in Owensvtlle on the evening of December 27, 1914. Mrs. Henry Juedeman, twin sister of the bride, and Albert Hempel man were the attendants. Dorothy Siekman and Miss Sprecklemeyer were the flower girls. Rev. Spreckle meyer performed the ceremony. Miss Sprecklemeyer was the only member of the bridal par,ty who was unable to be present. Mrs. Hempelman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rohlflng of Owensvllle.