Emmetsburg, Palo Alto, Iowa
Aug 29, 1929
MARRIED IN MILWAUKEE
Mr. Joseph L Joynt Makes Miss Mary Maher of Green Bay, Wis., His Bride
Last week in our rush to get to press, we found it impossible to give a detailed account of the marriage of Mr. Joseph L Joynt of Milwaukee and Miss Mary Maher of Green Bay, Wisconsin. The ceremony was performed in Gesu church, Milwaukee. Father Fuez officiated in the nuptial mass and ceremony. Miss Mary Joynt, sister of the groom, was the bridesmaid and Mr. John Maher, a brother of the bride, was best man. The bride was gowned in flesh colored chiffon ensemble with hat and slippers to match. She carried a beautiful boquet of roses. Miss Joynt wore a green colored chiffon dress with picture hat and slippers to match. A short time after the ceremony twenty-five friends of the bride and groom enjoyed a sumptuous breakfast in the Crystal room of the Astor hotel. During the day they started on an auto trip to Boston to spend a short time with Mrs. Krenz, sister of the bride, who resides at that place.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Maher, who were Green Bay pioneers. She graduated a few years ago from the West High School in her home city. For four years she held the responsible position of secretary in the Chris Schroeder & Sons establishment in Milwaukee. She is highly regarded for her social attainments, her keen business ability and her high standing as a member of the community.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. David Joynt, who live northwest of Emmetsburg. He attended St. Mary's Academy for several years and was not only a good student but and athlete of real ability. Later he studied in Columbia college at Dubuque for a couple of years. He completed his studies in civil engineering at Marquette University. He has at present a fine position with the well known firm of Briggs-Stratton Manufacturing company of Milwaukee and is making good. Mr. and Mrs. Joynt will be at home at 258 Tenth Street Milwaukee, after October 1. We offer congratulations.