Thursday, September 1, 2022

Katherine E. Voegelein's wedding

One of the prettiest weddings of the month took place Wednesday night at the First Evangelical Church, when Katherine E. Voegelein became the bride of William R. Daugherty. More than 2.10 friends and relatives were assembled to witness the service. Just previous to the ceremony Ixrnts Beletskl played "Meditation" and "O Promise Me" on the violin, accompanied by Mrs. E. D. Hornschuch at the piano, followed by "Lohengrin's" wed ding march. The bridesmaids. Miss I -aura Scholl and Miss Lura Daugherty, wore gowns of pink crepe de chine and carried arm bouquets of pink and white carnations tied with pink tulle. Miss Jessie Weatherly, maid of hon or, wore a ffown of pink messaline draped with net. She carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Little Robert Witherel! was ring bearer. The little flower girls, Mary Daugherty, sister of the groom, and Kather- ine Doyle, cousin of the bride, were pretty in their dainty white frocks. Their baskets were decorated with pink tulle and filled with rose petals. The bride came in on the arm of her brother, Fred G. Voegelein. She was For the bent-fit of the Red Cross and Prince of Wales' fund. a. tea was given 'by Mrs. F. G. Coles and Mrs. W. R. Williams, of 375 Victoria street West, on Friday, at which considerable money was raised. Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Parcell, Mrs. Evans, the Misses Williams and Phillips Bang several selections. The Misses Anne Frost, Lottie Col well and Creduyn Evans were accompanists. Miss Edith Coles and the Misses Edith, Blodwcn and Gladys Willlams, dressed. In nurses' costume, served.