|Father||Theodore Joseph Rademacher (ID:I2000), b. 11 Apr 1907, Crete, Saline, Nebraska, USA d. 6 Jan 1987, Mead, Weld, Colorado, USA (Age 79 years)|
|Mother||Elizabeth Helen Kreifels (ID:I2001), b. 12 Oct 1902, Paul, Otoe, Nebraska, USA d. 12 Oct 1989, Longmont, Boulder, Colorado, USA (Age 87 years)|
|Marriage||14 Sep 1927||Paul, Otoe, Nebraska, USA |
|Kreifels-Rademacher Wedding Announcement
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth H. Kreifels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kreifels of near Paul, and Theodore J. Rademacher, of Longmont, Col., took place Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The wedding was one of the largest and most impressive to take place there for some time. Solemn high mass was celebrated by Rev. C.F. Broermann, pastor of the church and assisting him were Rev. Rudolph Stolz and Rev. I.C. Weis as deacon and sub-deacon. The church auditorium was entirely filled with relatives and friends of the young couple.
The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Her veil was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms. Attending her were Miss Mary Bordenlenger of Valley, Neb., and Miss Mary Pfreifer of Fort Crook. The bridesmaids wore orange and green georgette gowns and carried bouquets. Josephine Ortman of Omaha and Edward Rademacher attended the bridegroom.
Clemens Kreifels, nephew of the bride, carried the ring and little Miss Constance Francois served as flower girl. The church choir sang Leonard's mass and Mrs. William Rabhon presided at the organ.
The bride was educated in St. Joseph's schools and for the last few years has been assisting her mother with household duties. Mr. Rademacher is a prosperous young farmer. His a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rademacher.
After a short motor trip the young people will live at Longmont.