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1908
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.  Researched by Cathe Ziereis unless otherwise credited.


  Oconto County Reporter
Jan 2, 1908

Married Monday
Miss Margaret Hynes and Mr. Albert Noack of Little river

Miss Margaret Veronica Hynes, of this city and Mr. Albert Noack, of Little River, were married at St. Joseph’s parsonage at 7 o’clock Monday morning. Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating. They were attended by the bride’s half sister, Miss Elizabeth Burke, and half brother, Mr. Joseph Burke, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
Following the marriage ceremony a delicious wedding breakfast was enjoyed by the bridal party and a few immediate relatives, after which, Mr. and Mrs. Noack left on the 10:13 train west for a short wedding visit with friends, and after their return will live in Little River.



Oconto County Reporter
January 9, 1908

Marriage licenses -
Karl Edwin Moksnas of Ft. Atkinson to Aletta Kristine Kristiansen of Gillett.
 


Oconto County Reporter
January 16, 1908

Marriage licenses-
Frank Louis Hanby to Flossy Mildred Andrews, both of Oconto Falls.

Lena—Miss May Ruelle of Lena and Tony Dwyer of Pound were married Wednesday of last week at the Catholic Church in Pound where they will reside in the future.
 


Oconto County Reporter
January 30, 1908

Marriage licenses-
Stanley Adler of Pittsville to Rose Vishneski of Morgan; 
John Netzke to Anne Koeppen, both of Underhill.

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brazeau of this city have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Lucille, to Edgar A. Ste. Marie of Spokane.  The wedding will occur Thursday, Feb. 6.
 
 

Eckhardt – Wilcox

Popular Young People, Formerly of this City, Wedded in Missouri

Announcements of the marriage of Miss Frances Beyer Wilcox, of   St. Joe, Mo., to Walter J. Eckhardt, of Green Bay, which took place at the brides home last Saturday, were received here this week.

Both young people are well and favorably known here. The bride is the daughter of Dr. D. E. Wilcox of this city and made this her home until a few years ago when she went south with her mother but has been a frequent visitor here since.  Her sweet and amiable disposition has made her a general favorite among all her associates.

The groom has made his home in this city with his aunt, Mrs. E. A. Funke, for a number of years, and made many friends during his residence here. He is a member of the firm of Eckhardt & Dressen of Green Bay and is enjoying a good business.

Mr. and Mrs. Eckardt are expected here Saturday or Sunday and will be at home to their friends in Green Bay after March 1 at 607 Madison Street.

Their many friends extend their heartiest congratulations.
 

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To Wed Feb 6
Miss Lucille Brazeau and Mr. Edgar St. Mary in Spokane

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Brazeau, of this city, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Lucille, to Edgar A. St. Marie of Spokane. The wedding, for which about one hundred and fifty invitations have been sent out, will occur Thursday, Feb. 6th, at St. Louis, of Gonzaga church, Spokane, Rev. Father Falchi will officiate.

Miss Brazeau has resided in this city since last October, having come to Newport with her parents, who formerly resided in Oconto, Wisconsin, the former home of the groom.

Miss Brazeau, who is a popular and charming young lady, during her residence in this city has made many friends who will be pleasantly surprised to learn of her engagement.

Mr. Ste. Marie, the groom to be, is a well known and popular railroad man of Spokane, and at present is connected with the operating department of the Spokane & Inland Empire Ry. System. He has visited Newport several times and his pleasant manner always makes him new friends every time he comes here. The Newport Washington Miner. 

Transcriber note: Headline should maybe read St. Marie.



Oconto County Reporter
February 6, 1908

Marriage licenses -
Otto Berglin of Antigo and Mary Gordon of Oconto.  



Oconto County Reporter
February 13, 1908

Marriage licenses - 
Peter Laponsey to Emma Reed, both of Stiles.

Married Monday

Miss Mary Gordon and Mr. Otto J. Berglin of Green Bay were united in marriage at the Lutheran parsonage at 4:00 Monday afternoon, Rev. H. Eisenbach officiating

Married in Chicago

It is announced that Mr. Joseph Heller, Oconto’s popular meat market proprietor,  and Miss Gertrude Nagelstock of Ironwood, Mich;  will be united in marriage at Chicago next Tuesday.
 



Oconto County Reporter
Feb. 20, 1908 

Two Young People Are Made Happy
Miss Fronie Goulder and Mr. Earl B. Crawford Married Today

At 2:00 this afternoon St. Peter’s Parsonage was the scene of a very pretty wedding to which the contracting parties were Miss Fronie Goulder of this city and Mr. Earl B. Crawford of Marshfield. They were attended by Miss Violetta Morrow and Mr. Joseph R. Heller, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively. The Rev. Fr. Pete Tying the nuptial knot. 

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Married In Chicago
Miss Gertrude Nagelstock and Joseph Heller

At six o’clock Tuesday evening the parlors in the Lexinton Hotel at Chicago was the scene of one of the prettiest and most brillant weddings that has taken plce there in many a day, the contracting parties being Miss Gertrude Naglestock of Ironwodd Mich. and Mr. Joseph Heller of this city, Rabbi Dr. Shanfaerbet officiating. To the sweet strains of Lohengrin’s wedding march, rendered by a ladies Orchestra of Chicago, of whom are all artists; the bridal party entered the parlors, the bride laening on her father’s arm, and the groom, proceeded by the little ring bearer, Corene Fisher of Chicago. 

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Marriage Licenses

The following marriage licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Leigh:

Edward L. Bent of Abrams to Mayme Allen of Little Suamico.
F. F. W. Pinard of Calumet, Michigan  to Miss Elsie LeMire of Houghton, Mich.
Charles Housman to Theresa Leuberger, both of the town of Oconto.
Albert Lempke to Eva Way, both of Mountain.

 



Oconto County Reporter
February 27, 1908

Miss Nora Cook Married

Announcements were received here Monday of the marriage of Miss Lenora Luella Cook to Mr. Alphonse Parsons Edwards, Feb. 18, at Long Beach, California. During her residence here from Childhood to young womanhood Miss Cook won a host of friends who’s good wishes will follow her through her married life.

Wedded at Little Suamica
Miss Mayme Allen and Mr. Edward Bent Made One

Little Suamico, Feb. 26 – avey pretty home wedding took place at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, when Miss Mayme Allen and Mr. Edwin L. Bent were joined in holy wedlock last Wednesday afternoon at two o’clock. (Transcriber has complete write up if interested, contact Cathe Ziereis)

Oconto Lady Married
Miss Lou Martineau, One of City’s Fairest Daughter’s, the Bride

Another pretty Oconto Wedding was that of Miss Lou Martineau, oldest daughter of A. M. Martineau of this city, and Bernard G. Snyder, oldest son of B. Snyder, of Green Bay, which took place at 7:30 Tuesday morning, at St. Joseph Church, Rev. Fr. Seibach officiating at high mass. They were attended by Miss Ella Davis and Mr. Fred Snyder, brother of the groom, of Green Bay as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
(Transcriber has complete write up if interested, contact Cathe Ziereis)
 



Oconto County Reporter
March 5, 1908

Married

Mr. Stanley Pawisk and Miss Josephine Komczak of Milwaukee were quietly married in the Spruce church Monday, March 2. Only a few of the most intimate friends were present at the reception, but in the evening they were over surprised when a sleigh load of young folks came to cheer up the wedding. Lead by a solo, sang by the mistress of the house, the crowd outside played them the lively tune on their instruments which was followed by a big party. Mr. and Mrs. Pawisk will reside in Spruce and we all extend our heartiest congratulations to the young couple in the future.
 



Oconto County Reporter
March 12, 1908

Albert Lemke of  Breed and Eva Way of  Mountain were married Tuesday afternoon at the formers home in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives. They  were presented with many beautiful gifts and a good time was reported.  Mr. and Mrs. Lemke will reside in Breed and we all extend our heartiest congratulations to the young couple for their future happiness.

Quietly Married

Miss Estelle O’Connor and Mr. Wesley Lee were quietly married at Menominee, Mich., Feb. 26.  Both people are well and favorably known here, the bride having grown to womanhood in this city.  She was a graduate of the Oconto High school and at the time of  her marriage was engaged in teaching at Pensaukee. The groom is employed as brakeman on the C&NW Ry.  Running out of here and has made many friends during his residence in the city.  Mr. and Mrs. Lee will reside in Oconto.
 



Oconto County Reporter
April 23, 1908

The following marriage license was issued this week by county clerk Leigh; 
Alexander Tappa to Louisa Reed, both of the town of Stiles.
 



Oconto County Reporter
April 30, 1908
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

The following marriage license were issued this week by County Clerk Leigh: 
Otto Braun of Maple Valley to Mary Oestrick of Underhill; 
William Schuessler to Ell. Lambert, both of Oconto Falls; 
Delbert Myron Larson to Emma Heimke, both of Gillett; 
John Haensgen of Merittown to Kate Luehndorf of Lena.
 


Oconto County Reporter
May 21, 1908
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Miss Marie Reimer, daughter of Mrs. Carl Reimer of the south ward, and Mr. Albert Gillis, on of our enterprising young businessmen were married in Menominee yesterday at high noon by Rev. Schuh, pastor of the St. Paulus Evangelical church of this city.

Dr. D.E. Wilcox, the well-known dentist of this city, and Miss Annie Johnson, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Rugg, were united in marriage at Crown Point, Ind., last Thursday, May 14.  Judge Martin of that city officiated.



Oconto County Reporter
June 18, 1908
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

The following marriage licenses were issued this week by county clerk Leigh: 
Sigfried Hanson to Christina Christensen, both of Oconto; 
Albert Uecker to Emma Giese, both of Gillett; 
Samuel N. Goodman of Oconto to Ida Swerd of Beschenckowitz, Russia.
 


Oconto County Reporter
June 25, 1908

The residence of Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Harvey on East Main Street was the scene of a very pretty but quiet home wedding yesterday when the formers sister, Miss Bessie McNeil Harvey, became the bride of Dr. William Clarence Watkins.
 


Oconto County Reporter
August 6, 1908

Pensaukee—Miss Hazel Livermore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Livermore, and Mr. Otto G. Topel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Topel, both residents of Pensaukee, were quietly married in Menominee, Mich., last Saturday.
 


Oconto County Reporter
August 13, 1908
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Edna Bridger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bridger, of Nahma, Mich., and Mr. Blaise Pecor, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Pecor, of this city, which will be solemnized at Nahma, Mich, next Tuesday, August 18,

A marriage license was issued to Michael Orberman and Mary A. Betram, both of Little River.
 


Oconto County Reporter
April 2, 1908

Marriage Licenses

Peter Hansen of Spruce to Charlotte Anderson of Maple Valley.
Gaston Garenier of Oconto Falls to Anna Gudewer of Spruce.
Oscar Dahiquiet of Oconto Falls to Selma Notion of Oconto Falls.
Elmer England of Daggett, Mich. to Lillian Lingenajo of Little River.
 

Marriage

Word was received here last week of the marriage of Miss Helen Krueger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Krueger of Little Suamico, and Mr. David C. Jones, which took place in Milwaukee, recently. The bride is one of our popular young ladies, having been born here and grew into womanhood and is well known to all our people, who extend their best wishes to both young people. The groom is an industrious young man and hales from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will reside in Racine.



Oconto County Reporter
April 16, 1908

Marriage Licenses

The following marriage Licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Leigh;

Wm. Pagel to Martha Schuelke both of Little Suamico.
Otto Pagel to Minnie Kolberg, both of the town of How.
Max Zadach to Emma Heise, both of the town of How.
A. C. Ecolhe of Milwaukee to E. L. Koester of Oconto Falls.
 


Oconto County Reporter
April 23, 1908

Marriage Licenses

Alexander Tappa to Louisa Reed both of Stiles.
 


Oconto County Reporter
April 30, 1908

Marriage

Mr. Alonzo Nutt and Miss Lina Moody of Oconto Falls, who were married last week, are spending their honeymoon here with relatives.
 


Oconto County Reporter
May 14, 1908

Married Tuesday
Mrs. Flora Van Hecke and Mr. Charles Rouseau

Miss Flora Van Hecke, second oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Van Hecke, and Mr. Charles Rouseau, both of this city, were united in marriage Tuesday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. Selbach officiating. They were attended by Miss Agnes Van Necke, sister of the bride, and Mr. Frank Rouseau, brother of the groom, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

The following marriage licenses were issued this week by County Clerk Leigh; Stephan Lemere of Stiles to Mary Tappa of Stiles.
 


Oconto County Reporter
May 21, 1908

Marriage

A large crowd assembled to celebrate the Kuehl-Rickert marriage Sunday at the latter’s sister, Mrs. Ed Quandt, at Lakeside.

Married at Menominee

Miss Jessie Hurning and Mr. Albert Bartz, two well known young people of  Mountain, were married in Menominee, Mich. Tuesday, March 12. They have the best wishes of the host of friends for a long and happy live. They will be at home in Mountain after the first of next week.

Dr. Wilcox Married
To Miss Annie Johnson at Crown Point, Ind.

Dr. D. E. Wilcox, the well known dentist of this city, and Miss Anne Johnson, the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rugg, were united in marriage at Crown Point, Ind., last Thursday, May 14, Judge Martin of that city officiating. 
Miss Johnson had been in Chicago about a month and last Wednesday Mr. Wilcox left for Chicago to join her and the following day they went to Indiana City where the ceremony was performed. After spending a week in Chicago Dr. and Mrs. Wilcox returned last evening and will occupy rooms adjacent to the Dr.’s office until their residence in the North Ward is vacated when they will reside there. 

Married in Menominee
Miss Marie Reimer and Mr. Albert Gillis yesterday at High Noon

Miss Marie Remer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reimer, of the South ward, and Mr. Albert Gillis, one of our enterprising Young business men, were married in Menominee yesterday at High Noon by Rev. Schuh, pastor of St. Paulus Evangelical church of this city. They were attended by Miss Tena Witte and Mr. Charles Koeppen as bridesmaid and groomsman, respectively.
They are spending a weeks honeymoon in Fond du Lac and will be at home nest Wednesday to their many friends who extend their heartiest congratulations.
 


Oconto County Reporter
June 4, 1908

Married

Walter Harvey Married
To Miss Louise Anding at Lake City Monday

Mr. Walter A. Harvey and Miss Louise Anding were married at the bride’s home in Lake City, Minn., Monday June 1. After July 1, they will be at home to their friends in Platteville, where the groom has been located for the last few years, as the representative of the Fairbanks Morse Company. The bride made numerous friends during her visit here last year and the groom has a host of friends in this county, where he has lived most of his life, whose congratulations and good wishes are extended the happy couple for their future.

Miss Mae Walsh Is Married
Becomes Bride Mr. Walter H. Mann Tuesday Morning

Miss Mae Estell Walsh and Mr. Walter Henry Mann were married at 6:00 Tuesday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. Selbach officiating.
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Miss Lulu H. Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Stevens of Rose Lawn, Wis., and Mr. Guy W. VanVuren, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. VanVuren of Seymour, were married at Menominee, Saturday, May 30, by Rev. D. E. Long, pastor of the Presbyterian church at that place. They will reside in Lena.

Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Tillie Wagner to Paul Truebenbach on June 10th. The wedding will take place at Bonduel in the Lutheran church with reception at the home of the bride’s parents.

Miss Effie Borden and Mr. Albert Rasmussen were united in marriage at the home of the groom’s parents at Spruce, Wednesday, May 27, Rev. Smith of Hickory performing the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Borden of Timme and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Rasmussen of Spruce. They were attended by Miss Estella Borden and Mr. Arthur Rasmussen as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively. The bride was attired in white net over white silk and the bridesmaid wore white mull. They left on a wedding trip to Menominee and other points. The young couple will reside in Shawano where the groom is employed. Their many friends extend congratulations. 

Marjorie Fulton Married

Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Marjorie Fulton at the home of her mother at Fergus Falls last week Tuesday to Mr. Charles Owig. They will probably reside in Fergus Falls. Miss Fulton’s numerous friends here, extend their best wishes for the future of the happy couple.

Marriage Licenses

Henry Schlosser of Lena to Katheryn Schaut of Little River.
 


Oconto County Reporter
June 11, 1908

Announce Marriage
William Merline and Miss Rose Marek
Keep it Secret 10 Months

At a wedding supper given at the bride’s parents to relatives and a few intimate friends, Mr. William Merline and Miss Rose Marek announced their marriage at Menominee, August 24, 1907, nearly ten months ago. They accompanied the late William Ryan and his wife to Menominee, when they were married on that day and it was given out that they were the attendants at that marriage, but it now turns out that they were the principal contracting parties as well. It is apparent they can keep a secret. Their large circle of friends here are today extending belated congratulations.  (editor's note: Witness and friend William Ryan had married Edith Driscol on the same day as this wedding and passed away after a two year battle with Tuberculosis. His death came the same week as this dinner announcing the secret wedding)

Suring

Quite a crowd from here attended the Wagner – Truebenbach wedding at Bonduel, Wednesday (Shawano County, WI).
 

Marriage License

William LeBeouf of  Marinette to Jessie Marcouiller of Lena.
Peter Couillard to Grace Saunders, both of Oconto.
Charles Ludwig of Little Suamico to Louise H. Sancy of Chase.
 


Oconto County Reporter
June 18, 1908

Married in Menominee
Mr. Joseph Kadlec, Jr., and Miss Katie Ennise

Brookside, Wis., June 11 – Mr. Joseph Kadlec, Jr. and Miss Katie Ennise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ennise, were married June 10th in Menominee. The groom is a well-known young man of Spruce and the bride is well known lady of the town of Pensaukee. They were attended by Miss Helen Utech and Miss Rose Kirchner as bridesmaids and Mr. Edward Kadlec and Mr. Patrick Hyland as the grooms best men. They left on the 7:00 train the same evening on a trip to Milwaukee where they will spend their honeymoon. They will be at home to their friends in Brookside in a short time. They have the heartiest greetings from all their friends for a long and happy life.

Married Yesterday
Miss Christine Christensen and Mr. Sigfred Hansen

Miss Christine Christensen and Mr. Sigfred Hansen, both residents of this city, were married at the Danish Lutheran Church at 3:00 yesterday afternoon, Rev. J. N. Jerslid of Neenah officiating. The bridal couple were attended by Miss Mary Hoarsen as bridesmaid and Mr. Nels Hansen as groomsman.
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Oconto County Reporter
June 25, 1908

Marcouiller – LeBeouf
Popular Lena Young Lady was Married Yesterday

Lena, June 25 – Miss Jessie Marcouiller of Lena and Mr. William LeBeouf of Menominee were married at St. Charles church, Lena, yesterday, Rev. Father Darche officiating. The bride and her bridesmaids, the Misses Laura and Marie Marcouiller were all beautifully dressed I white silk. The groom was attended by Messrs. Claude Colburn and Dell LeBeouf as groomsmen. 
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Harvey – Watkins Marriage
Miss Bessie Harvey and Dr. W. C. Watkins Made One Yesterday

The residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Harvey on East Main street was the scene of a very pretty wedding yesterday when the formers sister, Miss Bessie McNeil Harvey, became the bride of Dr. William Clarence Watkins.
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Married Tuesday

Miss Fannie Holupnik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Holupnik of Spruce and Mr. Joseph Svejda of Lena were married by County Judge H. F. Jones Tuesday afternoon. They were attended by Miss Mary Svejda sister of the groom and Thomas Kiedihan as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively. They have the best wishes of their many friends.

Married Sunday Evening
Mr. Samuel Goodman and Miss Ida Sverdid

Miss Ida Sverdid and Mr. Samuel Goodman were united in marriage at 8:00 last Sunday evening, Rabbi Kallins of Marinette officiating.  M. Breakstone and M. Abrams acted as witnesses. After the ceremony a bountiful wedding supper was served to a number of friends at the home of the groom’s brother, S. X. Goodman, the bride having arrived here but two weeks ago from Europe to join the man of her choice. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman left Tuesday evening for a few weeks’ visit in Fond du Lac.

Morgan

At 9:00 Wednesday morning, at Flintville church, Mr. Peter Moes of  Morgan and Miss Anna Cooney of Pittsfield were united in marriage by Rev. Fr. Kobes. The bride was attended by the Misses Mary Moes of Oshkosh and Mary Moes of Green Bay, cousins of the groom, and the groom by Mr. John Moes of Morgan, brother of the groom, and Mr. John Cooney of Pittsfield, brother of the bride. After the ceremony at the church, the relatives sat down to a bountiful wedding dinner at the home of the bride’s parents. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. James Cooney of Pittsfield and is very popular among her associates. The groom is an industrious, steady young man of excellent habits and many qualities and has lived at Morgan for a number of years and has a large number of friends whose good wishes follow both young people and from whom they received a large number of beautiful presents.
 

Marriage Licenses

Joseph Lambert and Cora Suring, both of Suring.
Christ Depner and Lena Schlock, both of Gillett.
Jacob Gomber and Johanna Mack, both of Gillett.
William Weiss to Emma Fenski of Lena.
 


Oconto County Reporter
July 2, 1908
Married in Menominee

Miss Nettie Johnson and William A. Hanson, both of Maple Valley, were quietly married in Menominee June 24, Rev. D. C. Pianette tying the nuptial knot.

Abrams

The following invitation has been received here: Mr. and Mrs. Ormsby D. Halsted request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their eldest daughter, Miss Ora, to Mr. Phillip Carlson Wednesday afternoon, June 24, 1908, at 2:30 at their home on Oconto Ave., Wabeno, Wis. Miss Halstead is well known here, having at one time resided here with her parents. The young couple has the heartiest greetings from all their friends for a long happy life.

Marriage Licenses

Peter Meno of the town of Oconto and May Pickens of the town of Stiles.
Joseph Jannes of Gillett and Mrs. Margaret Culbert of the town of Oconto.
 


Oconto County Reporter
July 9, 1908
Suring Couple are Married
Charles J. Hansen and Miss Hilda Johnson

Two more young people were made one yesterday afternoon when Rev. Olson of Gillett pronounced the vows, which he made them one. The contracting parties were Charles J. Hansen and Miss Hilda Johnson, both of Suring. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Johnson, of Suring, and was one of the prettiest weddings that has taken place in Suring for sometime. The bride was attended by Miss Dagmar Johnson and the groom by James Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Hansen left on the 5:40 train for an extended wedding tour to Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Yellowstone Park and will spend the rest of the summer in the Rocky Mts. Mr. Hansen has a good position in Montana, being connected with the bridge and building department of the C. M. & St. Paul Railroad.

Are Wedded in Lauerman Store
Oconto County Couple Married in Marinette

Tuesday afternoon in the Lauerman store on the third floor, a young couple from Oconto county were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed in the parlor on the third floor, which is part of the furniture exhibit. Justice Bernardy officiated and pronounced the words that made them man and wife. The bride was Susanna Bri of Brazeau, Oconto County, and the groom is August Olshefski of Morgan, Oconto county.  His brother was best man. During the ceremony a phonograph played “When life is brightest”. 
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Oconto County Reporter
July 16, 1908
Married in Milwaukee
Mrs. M. Culbert, Town of Oconto, and Mr. Jos. Jannes, Gillett

Mrs. M. Culbert of the town of Oconto and Mr. Joseph Jannes of Gillett were married at the church of the Holy Redeemer in Milwaukee Monday by the Rev. J. J. Theisseu. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Eartelmeyer.
Both were well known in the county and they have the best wishes of a host of friends.
 


Oconto County Reporter
July 23, 1908
Miss Frenchette Married
Became Bride of Dr. T. D. Ryan of Oconto Falls Tuesday

A very pretty wedding took place at 6:00 Tuesday morning, when Miss Nora Frenchette of this city and Dr. T. D. Ryan of Oconto Falls were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St. Peter’s church, Rev. Fr. Vanier performing the ceremony which made them man and wife.
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Married Wednesday
Miss Agnes L. Walsh and Mr. H. W. Lawrence of Nebraska

Miss Agnes L. Walsh of Oconto and Mr. H. W. Lawrence of Crawford, Neb., were united in marriage at St. Joseph’s parsonage yesterday morning at 8:00, Rev. Father Seibach officiating. The bride was attended by her sister Miss Margaret Walsh, and the groom by Mr. Thomas A. Delaney of Green Bay.
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Marriage License

William Wescott to Viola Albright, both of Abrams.
Charles Theime to Emma Jensen, both of the town of How.
August Zill to Augusta Krause, both of the town of Gillett.
Gideon Miron to Lyna Lemeronde, both of Oconto Falls.
Harry W. Lawrence of Crawford, Neb. to Agnes Walsh of the town of Oconto.
Dr. T. D. Ryan of Oconto Falls to Nora Frenchette of the city of Oconto.
 


Oconto County Reporter
July 30, 1908
Otto Boucher Married
At Crandon to Miss Emma Frances Heim Monday Morning

The following item taken from the Crandon Republican will be read with interest by some of our young people as Mr. Boucher made frequent visits to Oconto some time ago and his friends here extend heartiest congratulations:
A very quiet wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Heim Monday morning, when their daughter, Miss Emma Frances, was united in marriage to Otto F. Boucher by the Rev. Weber. Only the immediate relatives were present, and after the wedding breakfast the young couple took their departure for a visit with relatives at Seymour and Gillett, after which they will return to Crandon for a short time. Mr. Boucher is employed at Antigo, and in all probability make that his home. Mr. and Mrs. Boucher are too well know to need any introductions. Louis Boucher of Gillett was in attendance. 
The Reporter extends congratulations.
The happy couple spent last Friday night in the city on their return from their wedding trip.

Married at Wausau
Miss Frances Hazel Young and Mr. Charles Mineau

Brokaw, Wis. July 25 – A very pretty wedding was solemnized at 8:00 Wednesday morning, July 22, at St. Mary’s Catholic church at Wausau when Frances Hazel Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young, of Merrill, and Charles Mineau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mineau of Oconto were united in marriage, Rev. Gasper officiating. They were attended by Jeanette LaMonda of Wausau and Vernon Burharis of Kaukauna as bride’s maid and groomsman respectively.
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Oconto County Reporter
Aug. 6, 1908

Married in Marinette

Miss Lillian Lingensjo of Little River, and Mr. Elmer England of this place were married in Marinette on Thursday evening, July 16, Rev. Erick Bohman of that city officiating. The couple was attended by Miss Lydia Lingensjo of Little River and Mr. Robert Strom of Marinette. Mr. England has been a resident of this township for the past fifteen years and has earned the reputation of an energetic and successful businessman and has acquired considerable property. Mrs. England is still at her home in Little River and when she has disposed of her property they will arrive here, where the young couple will reside in the future. The best wishes of the community go with the young couple. Daggett, Mich., Cor., Menominee Herald.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Aug. 13, 1908

Former Ocontoites
To be Married in Nahma, Mich., Next Tuesday

Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Edna Bridger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bridger, of Nahma, Mich., and Mr. Blaise Pecor, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Pecor, of this city, which will be solemnized at Nahma, Mich., next Tuesday, August 18. Both young people are well and favorably known here, having been born and brought up in Oconto. The best wishes of a host of friends will go with them.

Marriage Licenses
Michael Orberman to Mary A. Betram, both of Little River.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Aug. 20, 1908

Happily Married
Miss Minnie Strutz, Oconto, and Mr. Chris Wannier, Hudson

A very pretty but quiet wedding took place at the German Lutheran parsonage Monday afternoon, the contracting parties being Miss Minnie Strutz of this city and Mr. Chris Wannier of Hudson, Wis., Rev. H. Eisenbach performing the ceremony. They were attended by Miss Helen and William Strutz, sister and brother of the bride.
Immediately after the ceremony the repaired to the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. William Wittkopf, where a sumptuous wedding dinner was served at 5:00 to the immediate relatives and a few intimate friends only. Mr. and Mrs. Wannier left on the 7:10 train for Hudson, Wis., where they will make their home.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Aug. 27, 1908

Married At Green Bay
Miss Etta Powell of Morgan and Mr. Anton Jarstad of Green Bay

Married at Green Bay Tuesday August 25, at the Norwegion Lutheran Church by the Rev. A. Peterson, Miss Eta Powell of  Morgan and Anton Jarstad of Green Bay. The bridesmaids were Miss Ella M. Powell, sister of the bride and Miss Anna Madsen of Sampson. The groomsmen were Messers. Chas. And Gustave Jarstad brothers of the groom. 
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Married in Ishpeming
Mr. James Francis Taylor and Miss Agnes Bernadette McNulty

Mr. James Francis Taylor, a former Oconto boy, but now of Chicago, and Miss Agnes Bernadette McNulty of Ishpeming, Mich., were married at the home of the bride August 18.
Mr. Taylor has many friends in this city, having spent his early boyhood here, who extend their heartiest congratulations. They will be at home after October 1 at 604 East Fifteenth Street, Chicago.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Sep. 3, 1908

Quietly Married
Miss Edith Rusch and Mr. William Klebs in Menominee

After quietly misleading his score of friends by announcing that the ceremony was to take place at Oconto next Monday evening, Mr. William Klebs, the popular catcher of the Menominee baseball team, and Miss Edith Rusch, daughter of the late A. H. Rusch of Oconto, were married at 8:30 last evening at the home of the bride’s aunt, Mrs. Richard Edling, 435 Main St. The ceremony was extremely private, only direct relatives and a few friends being present. Rev. Charles B. Schuh, pastor of the Trinity Evangelical church, pronounced the solemn words that made the happy couple man and wife.
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Oconto County Reporter
Sep. 10, 1908

Married Today
Miss Tillie Werth and Mr. Gustav Rathke of Marinette

Miss Tillie Werth of this city and Mr. Gustav Rathke of Marinette were united in Marriage at the German Lutheran church at 3:00 this afternoon, in the presence of a large number of friends, Rev. Eisenbach officiating.
They were attended by Miss Ada Werth sister of the bride and Miss Lizzie Drafz as bridesmaids and Mr. William Bujack and Mr. Henry Leitzke of Marinette as groomsmen.
Following the wedding ceremony a reception and bountiful wedding dinner was enjoyed by the bridal party and a number of guests at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Werth on Superior avenue.

Married at Sobiski
Miss Revolinski of Little Suamico and Mr. Kleczker of Milwaulkee

Sobiski, Wis.- Sept. 8 – A very pretty wedding was solemnized at 10:00 yesterday morning at the St. John’s church here, when Miss Frances Revolinki, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Revolinski of Little Suamico and Mr. Joseph Kleczker of Milwaukee were united in marriage. Father Novak officiated.
They were attended by Miss Mary Ryments and Mr. Mike Revolinski as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
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Remington – Walsh Marriage

Miss Florence Remington of the West ward and Mr. Charles John Walsh, son of William T. Walsh of the town of Oconto, were quietly married in the presence of a few friends at 6:00 Tuesday morning at St. Peter’s church, Rev. Fr. Vanier, officiating.
They were attended by Miss Nellie Walsh, sister of the groom, and Mr. Bernard M. Mulvaney as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was enjoyed at the home of the bride’s parents by immediate relatives only after which the bride and groom left on the 8:20 train for a wedding trip to Milwaukee and other points.
 

Marriage Licenses

Chas. Walsh, town of Oconto to Florence Remington, city.
Peter Matovidic, Abrams to Rose Haolata, Sobieski.
Wencil Wondrash, Lena to Mary Knedelhaus, Brazeau.
John Phillipi, Zachow to Catherine Holl, How.
Gustave Rathke, Marinette to Tillie Werth, Oconto.
Christ L. Nelson, Green Valley to Addie Peterson, Spruce.
August Elwin Suring, How to Anna Larsen, Maple Valley.
Herman Smith, Armstrong to Euphenia MsDonald, Armstrong.
Martin Hansen, town of Gillett to Palma Hansen, Mosiling.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Sep. 17, 1908

Married in Menominee
Miss Lena Kittler and Mr. Alexander Cota Tuesday

Miss Lena Kittler of this city and Mr. Alexander Cota, of the town of Oconto were quietly married at St. Paulus Evangelical parsonage in Menominee at 3:00 Tuesday afternoon, Rev. C. B. Schuh tying the nuptial knot. They were attended by Miss Lydia Kittler, sister of the bride, and Mr. Joseph Cota brother of the groom, as bridesmaid and groomsman. In the evening a reception was given at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Kittler, in the South ward, only immediate relatives and a few intimate friends being present.
Mr. and Mrs. Cota will make this city their home.

Married Thursday

Miss Emma Bubal of Underhill and Mr. James E. Dickson of Gillett were united in marriage in this city last Thursday by County Judge H. F. Jones. 



Oconto County Reporter
Sept. 21,  1908

Susan Powell Plucker, Oconto, married to Adam Lanshak.   Parents of the bride are Issac Powell and Louise C. Remington.

 


Oconto County Reporter
Oct. 1, 1908

Marriages

Married In Menominee
Oconto Falls Couple Married Saturday Morning

The following article is taken from Saturday’s Marinette Eagle Star:
A marriage license was issued this morning to Joseph Sparda and Miss Liilian Kilma, both of Oconto Falls. The Rev. Planette married the couple this morning at the Methodist parsonage.
 
 

Extended Congratulations
Miss May Reeder and Charles August Lechner Married

Miss May Reeder, who is well and favorably known here, was married at her home in Owosso, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 26, to Charles August Lechner. Miss Reeder will be remembered as the young lady who formerly conducted the Star Electric Theater here and her many friends extend congratulations.
They will be at home after October 15 at No. 44 Albright Street, Massillion, Ohio, where the groom is a prosperous young businessman.
 
 

To Be Married Tuesday

Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Alma Zandler and William Zamke, which will take place at Gillett next Tuesday, Oct. 6.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Oct. 15, 1908

Married In Abrams
Miss Ara Wilson and Rev. A. Gebaroff Last Wednesday

Abrams, Wis., Oct. 13, 1908 – Last Wednesday evening at the home of the bride’s parents and in the presence of only immediate friends of the contracting parties, occurred the marriage of Miss Ara Wilson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilson, and Rev. A. Gebaroff of Appleton.
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Lena Young Lady
Married October 4 in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho

Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, Oct. 5 – W. P. Johnson , agent at the electric line depot, at Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, and Miss Emma Buchberger of Lena, Wis., were married last night at the Catholic Church, the Rev. Fr. T. J. Purcell officiating. The couple will reside in Coeur d’ Alene. Spokane Review
Miss Buchberger has a host of friends in the city and county who extend congratulations.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Oct. 22, 1908

Marriage License

Joseph Gokey and Miss Ella Christiansen, both of Little Suamico.
 
 

Married at Green Bay
Miss Louise Belanger and Mr. Joseph Alberts Last Wednesday

Green Bay, Wis., Oct 14, 1908 – Last Wednesday morning at S. S. Peter Paul’s Church, attended by three couples and other immediate friends of the contracting party, occurred the marriage of Miss Louise Belanger of Green Bay and Mr. Joseph Alberts of Oconto. 
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Happily Married
Miss Lena Larsen and Mr. Thomas Carroll at Oconto Falls

Miss Lena Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Larson of Pulcifer, and Thomas Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll of Morgan, were united in marriage at Oconto Falls, yesterday, Rev. Fr. J. J. Looze tying the nuptial knot. They were attended by Miss Anna Carroll, sister of the groom, and Mr. John Moes, and bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
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Oconto County Reporter
Nov. 5, 1908
Miss MacAllister Married

Became Bride Felix Robert Flynn Saturday, Oct. 24

Miss Alfreddie Irene MacAlister of this city and Mr. Felix Robert Flynn of Milwaukee were united in marriage Saturday morning, October 24, at the First Presbyterian Church Crown Point, Indiana, Rev. E. Randall Horton officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angus MacAllister of this city and is well known to our readers as a successful and energetic businesswomen.
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Oconto County Reporter
Nov. 19, 1908

Married In Menominee

Miss Agnes Deimer and Mr. Frank F. Messenger

Miss Agnes May Delmer, eldest daughter of Mrs. Lena Delmer and Mr. Frank F. Messenger, were quietly married at the Presbyterian parsonage in Menominee, Mich., at 5:00 last Thursday evening. They were attended by Miss Sophia Messenger, sister of the groom, and Mr. Franklin Delmer brother of the bride, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
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Quietly Married

Mrs. Augusta Gross and Mr. Frank Youngerman

Mrs. Augusta Gross and Mr. Frank Youngerman, both of this city were quietly married at the German Lutheran parsonage at 10:00 last Saturday morning, Rev. H. Eisenbach tying the nuptial knot. 

They left on the 10:52 train for a short wedding trip to Marinette, returning Sunday and are at home the their friends on 513 Collins Ave.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Nov. 26, 1908

Pelkey – Neubauer

Miss Helen Neubauer and Mr. Ephie F. Pelkey Married Tuesday

Miss Helen Neubauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Neubauer, of this city, and Mr. Ephie F. Pelkey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pelkey, of Lena were married at 9:00 Tuesday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating at high mass. They were attended by Miss Cayo, of Niagara, and Mr. Louis Brazeau, of this city, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
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Young People Made Happy

Miss Ada Helen Holtgrove and Mr. Julius Riewe Married Today

A very pretty wedding took place at 3:00 this afternoon at the German Lutheran Church, the contracting parties being Miss Ada Helen Holtgrove, niece of Rev. and H. Eisenbach, and Mr. Julius Riewe, the bride’s uncle, Rev. Eisenbach, assisted by Rev. Fred Ohlrogg, of Seymour, performing the ceremony. They were attended by Misses Anna Geschke and Lena Gross, and Mr.’s Emil Gering and Adolph Riewe, brother of the groom, as bridesmaid and groomsmen respectively.
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Married Yesterday Morning

Miss Anna Kasher and Mr. Jacob Vondrash Both of This City

Miss Anna Kasher and Mr. Jacob Vondrash, both of this city, were married yesterday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating. They were attended by Miss Anna Vondrash, sister of the groom and Mr. Joseph Kasher, brother of the bride, as bridesmaid and groomsman. The bride was attired in a becoming traveling suit of blue with hat to match.

Immediately after the ceremony they repaired to the home of the groom’s mother, where a bountiful wedding breakfast was served. Both people have always lived here and they have the best wishes of numerous friends. They will make this city their home.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Nov. 5, 1908

Miss MacAllister Married
Became Bride Felix Robert Flynn Saturday, Oct. 24

Miss Alfreddie Irene MacAlister of this city and Mr. Felix Robert Flynn of Milwaukee were united in marriage Saturday morning, October 24, at the First Presbyterian Church Crown Point, Indiana, Rev. E. Randall Horton officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Angus MacAllister of this city and is well known to our readers as a successful and energetic businesswomen.
Transcriber has complete write up if interested contact cziereis@charter.net
 


Oconto County Reporter
Nov. 19, 1908
Married In Menominee
Miss Agnes Deimer and Mr. Frank F. Messenger

Miss Agnes May Delmer, eldest daughter of Mrs. Lena Delmer and Mr. Frank F. Messenger, were quietly married at the Presbyterian parsonage in Menominee, Mich., at 5:00 last Thursday evening. They were attended by Miss Sophia Messenger, sister of the groom, and Mr. Franklin Delmer brother of the bride, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
Transcriber has complete write up if interested contact cziereis@charter.net

Quietly Married
Mrs. Augusta Gross and Mr. Frank Youngerman

Mrs. Augusta Gross and Mr. Frank Youngerman, both of this city were quietly married at the German Lutheran parsonage at 10:00 last Saturday morning, Rev. H. Eisenbach tying the nuptial knot. 

They left on the 10:52 train for a short wedding trip to Marinette, returning Sunday and are at home the their friends on 513 Collins Ave.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Nov. 26, 1908

Pelkey – Neubauer
Miss Helen Neubauer and Mr. Ephie F. Pelkey Married Tuesday

Miss Helen Neubauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Neubauer, of this city, and Mr. Ephie F. Pelkey, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Pelkey, of Lena were married at 9:00 Tuesday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating at high mass. They were attended by Miss Cayo, of Niagara, and Mr. Louis Brazeau, of this city, as bridesmaid and groomsman respectively.
Transcriber has complete write up if interested contact cziereis@charter.net

Young People Made Happy
Miss ada Helen Holtgrove and Mr. Julius Riewe Married Today

A very pretty wedding took place at 3:00 this afternoon at the German Lutheran Church, the contracting parties being Miss Ada Helen Holtgrove, niece of Rev. and H. Eisenbach, and Mr. Julius Riewe, the bride’s uncle, Rev. Eisenbach, assisted by Rev. Fred Ohlrogg, of Seymour, performing the ceremony. They were attended by Misses Anna Geschke and Lena Gross, and Mr.’s Emil Gering and Adolph Riewe, brother of the groom, as bridesmaid and groomsmen respectively.
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Married Yesterday Morning
Miss Anna Kasher and Mr. Jacob Vondrash Both of This City

Miss Anna Kasher and Mr. Jacob Vondrash, both of this city, were married yesterday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, Rev. Fr. Selbach officiating. They were attended by Miss Anna Vondrash, sister of the groom and Mr. Joseph Kasher, brother of the bride, as bridesmaid and groomsman. The bride was attired in a becoming traveling suit of blue with hat to match.

Immediately after the ceremony they repaired to the home of the groom’s mother, where a bountiful wedding breakfast was served. Both people have always lived here and they have the best wishes of numerous friends. They will make this city their home.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Dec. 3, 1908

Surprised Friends
Miss Ermina Plant and Mr. Wm. F. Davis Married in Escanaba

Friends of Miss Ermina Plant of this city and Mr. William F. Davis of Hickory were very much surprised to learn of their marriage which took place at the Methodist parsonage in Escanaba last week Wednesday. The bride was attired in a very becoming traveling suit of brown with hat to match and was unattended.

The bride is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wiseman of the South ward and is highly respected young lady, having taught school in the county the last four years, the past year teaching in Oconto Falls.

The groom is an industrious young man and his genial disposition has made him many friends. Both young people have the hearty congratulations of numerous friends.
 

Happily Married
Miss Jessie Marie Colburn Becomes Bride of Mr. Emil Fischer

Stiles, Wis. Nov 26, 1908

A very pretty wedding took place at St. Patrick’s church Thursday morning at 8:00 when Miss Jessie Marie Colburn and Mr. Emil Fischer were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. Father St. Louis officiating. The bridal couple were attended by Miss Maude and Mr. Claude Colburn, sister and brother of the bride as bridesmaid and groomsman.
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Oconto County Reporter
Dec. 10, 1908

Kept Marriage Secret
Miss Anna Wolf and Mr. Fred Krueger Married Last April

Miss Anna Wolf of Oconto Falls and Mr. Fred Krueger of Pensaukee stole a march on their friends and were secretly married in Marinette, the 16th of April, and have kept it a secret up to the present time. The ceremony was performed in the courtroom by Rev. W. L. Veller, then of Peshtigo, but now of Marinette. The young people have the best wishes of their numerous friends. They are residing on the old homestead in the town of Pensaukee.
 

Married Friday Morning
Mrs. Mary McCarthy and Mr. John Van Dyke

Mrs. Mary McCarthy of Stiles and Mr. John Van Dyke of this city were married at 6:00 last Friday morning at St. Joseph’s church, Rev. Selbach officiating. A special dispensation had been granted by County Judge H. F. Jones. The bride is sixty-six years of age and the groom is seventy-six. They will make this city their home.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Dec. 17, 1908

Married in Hayes

Miss Anna Kebschell of Breed and Mr. Albert Gerndt of the town of How were married at the Methodist parsonage in Hayes last Thursday. The young people have the best wishes of numerous friends. They will reside in Hayes.
 


Oconto County Reporter
Dec. 24, 1908

Cramer – Breitenbach
Two Former Oconto Residents Married Yesterday at Baraboo

The friends of Miss Catherine Cramer, former librarian at Farnsworth Public Library in this city, and Rev. H. L. Breitenbach, former pastor of St. Paul’s German Evangelical church, will be pleased to hear of their marriage which was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride in Baraboo yesterday.

Mr. and Mrs. Breitenbach will go to housekeeping at once in Elmhurst, Ill., where the groom has a flat already prepared for their occupancy and will be at home to their friends after January 15.

Miss Cramer left here in August 1907 to accept the position of librarian at the Wausau public library and Mr. Breitenbach in July 1907 to assume his duties in September as one of the instructors in Elmhurst College and both have a host of friends here whose congratulations and good wishes are extended to them.
 

Former Oconto Young Lady
Miss Maude Lucia Married Last Thursday Evening

Miss Maude Lucia of Green Bay and Mr. George Wildfang of Minneapolis were married last Thursday evening at the M. E. church in Green Bay. They were attended by Miss Gertrude Piper and Mr. W. H. Lucia, brother of the bride.

The bride is well known here having spent her girlhood days in this city. The groom is foreman of the large furniture plant controlled by Theo. Remratz at Minnieapolis.


 

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