BioM: Borde, Viola (1923)
Surnames: BORDE BUEHLER RIEMANN
----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 09/06/1923
Borde, Viola (2 SEP 1923)
Sunday evening, Sept. 2, 1923, at seven o'clock, St. John's Lutheran Church in this city was the scene of a very pretty wedding, when Mr. John Buehler of Crystal Lake, Ill., and Miss Viola Borde of Pine Valley, Clark County, Wis., were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. H. Brandt officiating. Mr. Walter Borde, brother of the bride, was groomsman and Miss Dorothy Riemann, her cousin of Eau Claire, was bridesmaid. Prof. Gilbert, Glaeser of St. John's Lutheran School, and church organist, played the wedding march on the pipe organ and the choir sang appropriate selections. The church was handsomely decorated with autumn flowers.
The bride wore a beautiful dress of white silk, with a veil, and carried a bridal bouquet. After the ceremony a bounteous wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's parents, only relatives and near friends being in attendance.
The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Borde and is a young lady who is very much liked in this community by all who know her. She grew to womanhood here, was educated at St. John's Lutheran School, and except for some time spent at Crystal Lake, Ill., where she had a position in a store, she lived at home with her parents. She has had such instruction and training in her home as will well fit her for the duties of a new home. The groom is a stranger to many people here, but he is a fine appearing young man and is highly spoken of by those who know him. He is a carpenter by trade and is said to be an industrious and efficient workman. After a few weeks stay at the Borde home, the groom assisting with fall work, the young couple will return to Crystal Lake, where they expect to make their home. The best wishes of the people here go with this fine young couple.
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