IN OLD OCONTO COUNTY
On Sunday last, Miss Emily Gonyou of this
city was married to
Mr. Jorden of Minneapolis Minn. Rev. Father Vailliant officiated. The
couple took their departure on the evening train for their future home,
on Monday evening. We wish them joy.
Married at the residence of the bride's father, in town of Maple Valley, January 1st, 1886. Mr. Ormus D Halstead to Miss Alice R Daily, by Rev S H Couch.
Mr. Ed. Hines has taken to himself a better half, and we
wish him and
his lady much joy and prosperity.
At ST Peter's R. C. Church, this city 9 o'clock a. m. Tuesday the 19th. , Rev. Father Vailliant officiating, Mr. Nicholas Netzer and Miss Emily Buraby all of Maple Valley Station. The parties are well known in this city where the bride has made her home for some time. The
reception was held at Maple Valley station in the evening and was attended by a goodly number from Oconto. The REPORTER extends congratulations.
Mamie McDermid and Charley Richer were united Sunday
Winfred Parkenson and Mrs. Orsie, of Marinette, are to
be married last
of this month.
Quite a number of Gillettonians attend the Krake -
Umphrey wedding at
Pulcifer, last Wednesday.
We have the pleasure of recording the marriage of our
Mr. A. C. Frost, on Sunday last. The bride, Miss Mary Hansen is a very
estimable young lady, and a resident of this town. The affair took
at the residence of the groom, the Rev. Mr. Couch tying the knot. we
them success and much happiness in their new relation.
Mr. Frank Lenz, of Bessemer, and Miss Lizzie Strack of this city, were married at the St. Joseph's Catholic church, on Tuesday afternoon, at 5 p.m. They have the well wishes of the Reporter in their new home.
Mr. Joseph Beaudeau and Miss Anna Buckley, of this city, were united in wedlock, on Tuesday afternoon at the St. Joseph's Catholic church, May 25th. The contracting parties have the best wishes of the Reporter for their future happiness.
William Esliger and Maggie Maloney, daughter of Patrick
our enterprising Section Street grocer, were married Monday evening
at the Roman Catholic church, this city, Rev. Father Sweibach,
The contracting parties have the congratulations of the Reporter.
Fred Byng and Meta Mehrman, were married a few days ago, and the wedding guests enjoyed the supper and dance, last Saturday.
The many friends of Mrs. David Wilton will be pleased to
she has joined hands and fortune with Mr. Patrick Quinn, of Oconto. the
marriage ceremony being performed by Squire Folsom. We sincerely hope
may enjoy many years of wedded bliss.
Miss Emma Barker of this city, and Fred Miller of Marinette, were married at the Presbyterian church, Tuesday Eve., at 7 o'clock, Rev. Mr. Kerr officiating.
Mr. Frank Brown, son of B. J. Brown, of Menominee, was
married at Oshkosh
the first of the week, to Miss Lottie Ault. Miss Ault is a young lady
known in Oshkosh, where she has graduated from The high school and has
attend the Normal. The young couple will take up their residence in
One wedding yesterday and another today. Mr. Herman Elva
to Miss Mary
Schulpeltz yesterday and Gust Hearky to Miss Huldah Petkey today by
Mr. Dickie of the town of Washington. All the parties are residents of
our town and they have our best wishes for their health, wealth,
Mr. Edward Angle and Miss Hattie Waters were married
at the Presbyterian church, by Rev. J. H. Kerr. Mr. John Runkel and
Mary Fisher were the groomsman and brides-maid. The presents were
and very pretty.
Mr. Geo. Brown and Miss Louis Lynes, both of this city were united in matrimony, Thursday afternoon at 5:00, at the bride's home. The wedding was a private one, only relatives, and a few intimate friends being present. The REPORTER wishes them unbounded joy and happiness in their new life.
Mr. McKinley was seen on our streets one day last week. He has exchanged his pedagogic sternness for a 12 X 20-honeymoon smile. We are informed that he has secured a flower from the Garden city to brighten his home. We offer congratulations.
Mr. Amherst Chapman has gone and done it, that is, he has got married to Miss Ada Kent. Well, they have our congratulations and best wishes for their health, happiness, and prosperity.
Mr. Albert Krumpus and Miss Mary Hanna,
both of this city,
were united in marriage Dec. 21, 1886, by Justice F. Deimer.