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the everyday life activities in Oconto County, Wisconsin's, past.
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Richard La Brosse
1952 Oconto Falls—In a simple ceremony in the rectory
of St. Anthony Catholic church, Miss Mary Patricial Johnson became the
bride of Merrill James Aderman this morning. The nuptial ceremony
was read by the Rev. Joseph Labno at 11 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Lemorande, brother-in-law and sister of the bride, attended the couple.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Johnson of Oconto
Falls and the grooms parents are Mr. and Mrs. Milton Aderman of Shawano.
1952 Oconto Falls—Seventeen attended the reunion of
the class which graduated from the Oconto Falls High School in 1922 at
the Casba Club. The nine members of the class also enjoyed having
their principal, E.P. Rosenthal and his wife, now of Milwaukee, with them.
Mr. Rosenthal gave a very spirited address, which was enjoyed, and each
of the class members gave an account of their lives since the last reunion.
A cable from Grace Riner White from Honolulu was read. Mary Miller
Brazeau of Chicago received the prize for having come the longest distance
to the reunion, and special prizes were given to Mrs. Rosenthal and to
the master of ceremonies, Raymond Miller of Oshkosh. A dramatic reading
was given by Miss Emily Volk of Two Rivers. The reunion was planned
by Mrs. Tracey Grene and Mres. Wm. Schroeder of Oconto Falls. They
are the former Sylvia Kregel and Irene Ama.
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