Contributed by Amy Robbins-Tjaden
Description: Marriage of Kate Thometz and Arnold JurgensDate: February 15 1895
Newspaper published in: Minonk
Source: photocopy of newspaper
Married, at the home of the bride at El Paso, Ill., on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1895, Miss Kate Thometz to Mr. Arnold Jurgens of this place. After the ceremony that bound two loving hearts together was performed, the guests assembled at the residence of the bride's brother, where an elaborate dinner was partaken of. The bride is one of El Paso's fairest daughters, and is a refined and accomplished young lady. The groom, although too well known to need any comment, is an energetic, upright business man, and enjoys a large acquaintance. Ye scribe, with their many friends, wish the young couple much joy as they float down the stream of life together, and may they not come in contact with too many little squalls. They will be at home to their friends in the A.A. Rufing house, south of the railroad track.