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1903

NEWSPAPER   REPORTED  MARRIAGES
IN  OLD  OCONTO  COUNTY

Not all issues of past newspapers have been saved to microfilm, however, every effort is being made to research what is available for this collection. Our goal is to help in researching ancestors and add a sense of history. This page is a continuing effort and will be added to, often, as more research is completed. Not all issues of past newspapers have been saved to microfilm, however, every effort is being made to research what is available for this collection. Our goal is to help in researching ancestors and add a sense of history. This page is a continuing effort and will be added to, often, as more research is completed. Researched by Cathe Ziereis unless otherwise credited.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
January 9, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

HARDWOOD, MICH.  Married by his honor P. Mulligan, Justice of Peace, at the residence of Archie Farrell, on January 7, 1903, Miss Jane Bagley of Oconto Falls to Hon. Joe Kelley of Madison, Wis.

Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
January 16, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

MARRIAGE LICENSES  Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:

William Sanders of Maple Valley to Mrs. Myrtle Peters of De Pere.

Michael Brennan to Mary Emma Wittock both of this city (Oconto).  

MAPLE VALLEY

A wedding took place at Rev. A. J. Andrewsens yesterday, Louis Stone to Miss Eva Case, witnessed by Mrs. Minnie Johnson and Mrs. Ellen Maxe. We wish the happy couple a bright future.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
January 23, 1903

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HICKORY

Will Saunders was married to Mrs. Peter of De Pere.

ABRAMS

A quiet wedding occurred at the parsonage last week. Geo. Waldron and Edna Burgess were the contracting parties. A long and happy life is our wish to them.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
January 30, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

POUND

Carl Schaefer
and Mary Rosner were married last Saturday by Justice Rice.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
March 6, 1903

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MARRIAGES

Oconto
Mr. Louis Follett and Miss Emma Sedmihradsky, both of this city, were united in marriage at the home of the Rev. E. H. Boteler, on Wednesday evening. They will reside here.

Stiles

Miss Theresa Mclver of Stiles and Frank Bush of Farley, Minn., were quietly married at Bemidji, Minn., last month. We have not yet learned the date. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bush wish them much joy.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
Apr 10, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeiL

Norman King  eloped with Miss Maud Delmater.

Oconto County Reporter
April 17, 1903

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LITTLE SUAMICO
The wedding bells rang loud and clear for Emma Schmidt who became the bride of Will Brandemuhl on Tuesday of last week. They were married at De Pere and then came and partook of a bountiful supper at the bride's home and left on the 8 o'clock train for Green Bay where they are to make their future home. Their many friends wish them luck.


Oconto County Reporter
April 24, 1903

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MARRIAGE LICENSES  Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the first two weeks:

Geo. Jackson to Aurelia Hall, both of Little River
Ira Exford to Nettie Roer, both of Stiles.
Norman Racine of Stiles to Emma Lefbre of Oconto
Jacob Holl of How to Emma Rusch of Underhill.

MARRIAGES
Mr. George Jackson and Miss Aurelia Hall of Little River were united in marriage by the Rev. J. Macartney at the Richard house in this city Wednesday. They were attended by the bride's sister, Miss Hall, and Mr. Henry Kell as bridesmaid and groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson will reside on the farm of the groom's mother in Little River.


Oconto County Reporter
April 24, 1903

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ABRAMS

There was a wedding in the Paeske family last week. We failed to get the particulars but wish them a long and happy voyage on the matrimonial sea.

WILCOX
Miss Mary Finger was married to Patrick Ready of Manitowoc at Oconto Wednesday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Ready will make their home at Escanaba, Mich

Oconto County Reporter
May 1, 1903

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Marriage Licenses  Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:

Nelson Lena to Mary Deare, both of Oconto.
George Kane to Julia LeMere, both of Stiles.
Wm. Smania of Lena to Sophia Skszynta of Spruce.
Joseph Coopman to Margaret Shepron, both of Oconto Falls.
D. B. Simpson of Underhill to Jennie L. Cooley of Maple Valley.


MARRIAGES
Miss Mary Finger of Little River and Mr. Patrick Ready of Manitowoc were married Wednesday morning by the Rev. Selbach at St. Joseph's church. Mr. and Mrs. Ready will reside at Escanaba, Mich.


Oconto County Reporter
May 1, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

MARRIAGES
Mr. Nelson Leno and Miss Mary Deare, both residents of Frenchtown, were married at St. Peter's church Monday, Rev. Father Pele officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Leno will remain residents of the west ward.

LENA
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Simpson of Hickory registered at the Maple Valley House Wednesday evening and departed Thursday noon for Chicago and Milwaukee on their bridal tour.


Oconto County Reporter
May 8, 1903

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MARRIAGE LICENSES Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:
Ward McAllister of Spruce to Ida Brickner of Brazeau.
Samuel Pomeroy of Oconto to Elsie Spice of Oconto Falls.
Peter La Rue of Lena to Lizzie Landorf of Lena.
Peter Christ of Oconto to Julia Vandenack of Pensaukee.


Oconto County Reporter
May 15, 1903

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MARRIED AT MENOMINEE  County Supervisor of Assessment Levi Hale and Mrs. C. Widger both of Lena were married at Menominee, Mich., on Wednesday May 6, by Justice Breen. On Thursday evening they returned to their home, at Lena, where they were met at the station by a large number of the contracting parties including nearly the whole population of Lena and many friends from the surrounding country and villages headed by the Oconto Falls band conducted to M. W. A. hall and tendered a cordial reception followed by a sumptuous wedding supper which had been prepared by the ladies of the M. E. Church. Following this the large concourse of their friends repaired to Schoenebeck's hall where all enjoyed a grand wedding dance. The congratulations from all parts of the county testify to the high esteem in which Mr. and Mrs. Hale are held.

MARRIAGE LICENSES  Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:
John Belongia to Clara Desjarlois, both of Little River.
Geo. Brazeau to Sophie Poisier, both of Brazeau.
Geo. Gain to Annie Nelson, both Of Oconto.

AMANDA 
John Rasmussen's people held a reception, May 6th,  for their daughter, Gertrude who was married to Earnest Hubbard of Kelley Brook.


Oconto County Reporter
May 22, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

Marriage Licenses  Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:
John Shlusher of Lena to Lizzie Shout of Little River.
John Van Gall to Elizabeth Lamorande, both of city.
Alfred Rock to Nellie Cary, both of Town of Oconto.

MARRIAGES
W. H. Webste Julia A. Mageer, who for years has been one of the leading attorneys of the Oconto county bar, and Miss Sophia E. Marten, manager of the Western Union telegraph office here, were married in the presence of few friends at the M. E. church at nine o'clock last Sunday morning, the Rev. J. H. Paul officiating:. Besides the contracting parties the bride's sister, Miss Clara Marten, of Appleton, and Mrs. T. B. Goodrich and Miss, of this city, with whom the groom has resided for some time, were present.  In the evening a bountiful wedding supper was tendered the bridal pair by Mrs. Goodrich at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Webster will continue to reside here and will board for a time until a suitable house can be secured when they will go to housekeeping.


Mr. George F. Gain and Messrs. of Montreal, Can., but for the last four years employed here and Miss Anna L. Nelson of this city were married at the Danish church at three o'clock Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Jerslid officiating. They were attended by Misses Lena Poulson and Matilda Nelson, Henry Johnson and John E. Youngs. Following the wedding ceremony a bountiful wedding supper was served to a number of guests at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nelson. Many beautiful presents were received from their numerous friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gain will reside in Oconto.


Oconto County Reporter
May 29, 1903

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l

MARRIAGES 
 
Mr. John Van Gaal and Miss Elizabeth Lamirande were married at St. Peter's church at eight o'clock Monday morning, Rev. Father Pele officiating. They were attended by the bride's sister, Miss Ellen Lamirande, and the groom's brother, Albert Van Gaal as bridesmaid and groomsman. After the ceremony which made them one, a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served to the wedding party at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lamirande, following which Mr. and Mrs. Van Gaal left on the 10:17 a. m. train for a brief wedding trip to Green Bay and Milwaukee from whence they returned Wednesday evening.

MOUNTAIN
Married Mr. Guy Statler of the Statler settlement to Miss Essie Doty of the same place, James A. Hines officiating.

Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
July 31, 1903

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The marriage of Mr. Ross Brooks formerly of this city and now a lumber inspector of Duluth and Miss Della Lewis prominent in social and musical circles and soprano soloist at the M. E church in that city is announced to take place in October.

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   A PRETTY HOME WEDDING was celebrated at Lake View Farm, on Kelly Lake, Tuesday, July 28. The parties were Col. Chas. C. Haefllng, formerly of Kentucky and Mrs. Ellen Robinson of Lake View Farm. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Soule of Hickory. The attendants were Mr. Will Orendorff of Canton, III., and Mrs. John Trecartin of Hickory. The house was tastefully decorated with cedar and flowers. The guests present were Mesdames and Messrs. Beyer, Ford and Pamperin, of Oconto, Orendorff, of Canton, Ill., Robins, Gidney, Butler, Smith and Trecartin of Hickory, Finnegan, Wantz and Rugg of Chicago, Misses Beyer and Lee of Oconto, Mildred Finnegan  of Chicago, and Masters Pamperin  and Ford of Oconto.

The bride was the recipient of a number of handsome presents.  We are glad to welcome to our community a man of Col., Haefling's standing


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
Sep 18 1903

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Mr. Dennis LaCombe and Miss Ida Williams surprised their many friends in the city by leaving for Kaukauna Sunday noon to be married. The bride, who has many friends among Oconto people, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams, and the groom a popular and genial young man who has been employed at Sharrow's barber shop for several years and enjoys a large circle of friends, all of whom unite in extending congratulations to the happy couple. Mr. and Mrs. LaCombe will reside with the bride's parents for a time.  


Miss Mayme McNulty and Mr. James Murphy, both of School Section, were united in marriage by Rev. Selbach at St. Joseph's church on Wednesday morning. They were attended by Miss Dolly Murphy, sister of the groom, and Mr. William McNulty, brother of the bride bridesmaid and groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Murphy will reside a School Section.


Miss Louise Tappe of Stiles and Mr. Edw. Harris of Oconto were married at Ford River, Mich., on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harris are now visiting the bride's parents at Stiles and will probably make their home in Oconto.


Miss Mina Frewerd and Mr. John Young, both popular young residents of the South ward, were married on Monday in Menominee, Mich., at the residence of the Episcopal clergyman, Rev Luke, who performed the ceremony.  They were attended by Miss Julia Tibetts and Mr. Henry Young, brother of the groom, who accompanied them to Menominee. After the ceremony the wedding party returned to this city and a reception in their honor was given in the evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Frewerd.

BROOKSIDE   

Bernhard Huebscher and sisters, Ella and Etta, attended the wedding of Miss Rose Dery to Louis LeMay at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LeMay.

HAYES  

Last week Friday Paul Schuettpeltz and Anna Rackom were married by Rev. Pluss in the German Lutheran church. After the ceremony the guests want to the residence of the bride's parents, where all kinds of meals and refreshments were served and the guests stayed until daylight next morning. All reported having a good time.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
Sep 25
, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil


MARRIAGES

Miss Mary Tisher
, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Tisher, and Irvin Jarvey of Stiles were married at the home of the bride's parents at two o'clock Monday afternoon, Judge H. F. Jones officiating. The bride was attended by Misses Pearl Johnson of Oconto and Mayme Kadlec and Mary Teteak of Spruce and the groomsmen were Fred Tisher, brother of the bride, and Frank Housner of Oconto and Thos. Jarvey of Spruce.

The Spruce orchestra furnished music for the occasion and also for the reception and dance in the evening. A bountiful wedding supper was served the large circle of relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents. The beautiful and large array of presents bestowed, testify to the friendship and esteem in which the happy couple are held by their friends.

The following were among the out of town guests who were present: Messrs. and Mesdames Joseph Kadlec, Joseph Teteak and John Kadlec of Spruce Frank Teteak and Carl Schoenebeck of Lena and Mrs. Jarvey, mother of groom, Leightown. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvey will reside at Spruce.

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The wedding bells rang out gloriously and this time for Miss Katherine Netzer and Mr. Jos. Weier who were solemnly united In marriage at the St. Charles Catholic church on Wednesday, September 23, Rev. E. E. Leccia tying the nuptial knot. After the ceremony the happy couple returned to the home of the bride where an elaborate breakfast was served. The attendants were Misses Lena Kingzinger and Lotta Widger and Messrs. Walter Netzer and John Pelkey. The bride wore white cashmere with veil and wreath and the bridesmaids white lawn. Gifts were numerous and pretty. The supper was served at the home of the bride with only relatives and immediate friends attending. The social dance given in their honor was a great success.

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Miss. Mary Poirer and Mr. David Wood were solemnly united in wedlock, Tuesday, September 22, at Coleman, Rev. Fr. Vanier officiating. They ended the day with a delightful dance at Yance's hall, two and a half miles west of Lena. 

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Mr. Ira Netzer and Miss Amelia Wondrash were married at 10 a. m. Wednesday September 25, the Rev. Fisher officiating. The attendants were Miss Emma Wondrash, Miss Anna Zimma, Dr. J. Conard and Mr. Cyrus Wondrash. An elaborate wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride. They received many beautiful and costly presents. .The bride was beautifully dressed in white silk and the bridesmaids wore white lawn. A bountiful supper was served at the home of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burby of Niagara.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
October 2, 1903

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M A R R I A G E S
Miss Margaret Roddy and Mr. E. F. Wickert were married Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's church, the Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating. The bride is one of the popular young ladies of the city and the groom the manager of the cheese factory at Underhill where they will reside. Mr. and Mrs. Wickert left for a wedding trip to Chicago after which they will return to their new home at Underhill.


R. F. D. No. 2
Several of our young people attended the La Fortune-Meyers nuptials at Oconto Tuesday.

LOCAL - city of Oconto
The marriage of W. A. Taylor and Miss Mamie E. Spice is announced to take place next Wednesday, October 7.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
October 9, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

A RARE OCCURRENCE 
About five hundred friends assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spice Wednesday afternoon to celebrate the thirty-seventh anniversary of Mr. and Spice's wedding and the marriage of their daughter, Mamie E. to Mr. William A. Taylor, of this city. The bridal pair were attended by Mr. John Caldwell of Little River and Miss Hattie E. Leigh of Leighton as groomsman and bridesmaid. The Rev. J. H. Macartney officiated. After the ceremony a delicious wedding supper was served by the Ladies of the G. A. R.

The great number and beauty of the wedding presents were indicative of the high esteem in which the young people are held and the tokens of remembrance presented to Mr. and Mrs. Spice by the members of the G. A. R. post and Ladies of the G. A. R. proved that they, too, shared in the esteem of their guests.  The time was spent in merriment and feasting until after midnight when all returned home declaring the occasion home of the pleasantest in their lives.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will reside in this city.

MARRIAGES

Miss Etta Telford and Mr. Nick Nerenhausen both of Little River were united in marriage at the Methodist church Menominee, Mich., yesterday afternoon, the pastor of the church Rev. E. W. Frazee officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Nerenhausen will reside in Little River.



KEPT HIS HAT ON  
Couples of every temperament and nationality are wedded by the justices of Menominee. Last week Justice Nason officiated at the marriage of a farmer living near Oconto who insisted upon keeping his hat on during the ceremony. The magistrate insisted and after some reluctance he acquiesced and took off his hat. The man was William Newman of Oconto and the bride Mrs. Zoe Surprise of the same place. - Marinette Eagle Star.


Marriage Licenses Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:
W. A. Taylor to Mamie E. Spice, both of Little River.
William Rusch to Minnie Zahn, both of Underhill.
H. E. Kindness to Minnie Zirzow, both of Gillett.

Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
October 16, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

HICKORY 

Mr. and Mrs. Freddy returned from their wedding trip Wednesday. Their many friends are glad to welcome them here and wish them a long and prosperous life.

HAYES


Louis Surlng and family went to Underhill to attend the wedding of Mina Zahn and A. Rusch which took place Wednesday, October 14.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
October 23 1903

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CITY OF OCONTO

The wedding of Miss May C. Ebeling of this city and Roger Merceine Andrews, editor of the Menominee Herald, was solemnized at the parsonage of the Union Congregational church tonight, the Rev. J. M. A. Spence officiating. Miss Ebeling is the only daughter of John H. Ebeling, a wealthy miller, and is one of the belles of Green Bay society. Mr. Andrews is known to the newspaper world under the nom de plume of Col. M. T. Elevator. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. .and Mrs. Andrews left for Menominee.

Willam Teigs of the town of Oconto and Miss Bertha Zens, daughter of Mrs. William Grotendrost,(sic) of the: town of Oconto were united in marriage at the court house by Judge Jones last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Grotendorst (sic) were the witnesses.

Theodore Van Rosen and Miss Annie Powers both of this city were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at the German Lutheran church, the Rev. Eisenbach officiating.

R.F.D. No. 2.

A great number of patrons attended the Feifarek-Peshek wedding at Grover last week.

BREED

Martin Duel and Miss Helen Ames were married at the home of the groom's parents at 7 o'clock sharp, Thursday evening. Jas. Hines, Esq. of Mountain tied the nuptial bond. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ames and well and most favorably known here. She came here five years ago from Chicago. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duel and has lived here most of his life. He is a young man of exem-plary habits, ambitions and well liked by all. Their host of friends wish them an abundance of happiness.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
November 6
, 1903

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A marriage license was issued by the county clerk to Henry Grade and Miss Lizzie Kuhaupt, both of Stiles, this week.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
November 13
, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

M A R R I A G E S
Mr. Joseph Kowilski of Suring and Miss Margaret Butywicz of Pine Grove were united in marriage by Judge Jones of the county judge's office on Monday morning.

Marriage Licenses   Issued by County Clerk Leigh for the last week:
Will Bahr, Town of Washington, Shawano Co., to Matilda Spreeman, Underhill.
Mike Fredrick to Amelia Krause, both of Gillett.
Fred Cordnockofski, Pound, to Augusta Bailey, Brazeau.
John Hyta to Jadmira Novicka, both of Chase.

LITTLE RIVER
It will be a great surprise to the people of Little River to hear that John Ahnen and Miss Rose Waverick were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Thursday at Marinette. Steve Staffle acted as groomsman and Miss Nellie Waverick as bridesmaid. The happy couple will reside in Iron Mountain.

ABRAMS
Winfield Knowles
of Abrams and Mary Hubbard of Morgan, were married at Menominee, Mich., Wednesday, October 28.

SOUTH CHASE
The wedding dance given at F. Swartz' on Sunday night was well attended.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
November 20
, 1903

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STILES
Miss Katherine Devereaux of Green Bay and Will McGuire of Stiles were married at Green Bay Tuesday. They returned to Stiles Wednesday, and will make their future home here. Their many friends wish them much joy.

M A R R I A G E S
The friends of Miss Cecile Cole and Mr. Edward Mullen were much surprised to hear of their marriage which was solemnized at Menominee, Mich., last Friday. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Mullen returned here for the congratulations of their many friends. They will reside in Oconto.

Miss Anna Werth and Mr. H. Giese were married Wednesday at the German Evangelical church and left on the evening train for Menominee where they will reside.


Mrs. A. McAllister and daughter Alfreda were in attendance at the Wilson-McAllister wedding at Marinette last week.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
November 27
, 1903

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OCONTO

W. H. Driscoll, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Driscoll, of this city and Miss Anna Sturm of Milwaukee were united in marriage at the latter place last Saturday. Mr. Driscoll is well known and favorably known in this city and his many friends join in congratulations. After a short visit with the groom's parents they will leave for Gladstone and Vans Harbor, Mich. for a visit with Mr. Driscoll's sisters.

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Miss May Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Duffy, and Mr. Benedict Aircher of Chicago were married Wednesday morning, at the St. Joseph's church, the Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating. The bridal pair were attended by Miss Evelyn Aircher of Chicago, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid and Mr. William Duffy, brother of the bride, as groomsman while Messrs. William Noonan and Ellis Shufelt acted as ushers. After the ceremony, the bridal party repaired to the home of the bride's parents in the west ward, which had been beautifully decorated with smilax and chrysanthemums, where a bountiful wedding breakfast was served to a large circle of relatives and friends. The bride, who is one of the popular young ladies of the city, was the recipient of a large and beautiful array of presents which testify to the esteem in which the young couple are held by their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Aircher left on the afternoon train for Chicago where they will reside. The guests from out of the city were Mrs. T. A. Kelly and Miss Kitt Kernan of Watersmeet, Mich., Mrs. A. Campbell of Marshfield and Mr. and Mrs. M. Scanlan of Stiles.

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PENSAUKEE

Mr. Henry Vivian of Amasa, Mich., and Miss Alma Brusseau of Pensaukee were married at St. Joseph's parsonage, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating on Tuesday morning. After the wedding ceremony they were driven to the bride's home at Pensaukee where after a wedding dinner they took the train for their future home in Amasa, Mich.

MOUNTAIN 

Married on October 22 at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Miss Helen Ames to Mr. Martin Duel; James A. Hines officiating.


Oconto County Reporter, Oconto, Wisconsin, 
December 4
, 1903

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Transcribed by: Janet McNeil

ABRAMS.


Miss Dora Betts and Hiram Lince were married in Oconto Wednesday.

A number of people of this place attended the Winans-Huebscher wedding at Oak Orchard, November 26.


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