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Oconto County Reporter
January 18, 1912
contributor: Richard La Brosse
Miss Ida Jarvey of Stiles and Albert Zak of Lena were united in marriage Tuesday morning, at ten at St. Patrick’s church, Rev. Fr. St. Louis officiating.
Edward G. Saffran to Marie Coleman, both of Mountain;
Wm. L. King to Alice Barringer, both of Gillett.
Marriage License - Wesley Krueger to Laura Elliott, both of the town of Chase.
Holt suffered an injury while coasting
at Mountain last Friday. Miss Ethel Cecil and Miss Jeannette
visiting Miss Fanny Cecil, who is teaching at Mountain.
Miss Stella DonLevy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter DonLevy, and Mr. Joseph William Oberton of Milwaukee were married at St. Joseph’s church Monday morning.
Tuesday evening at
seven thirty in the presence of
a large gathering of relatives and friends, Miss Mildred Beyer and Mr.
Frank Lingelbach were joined in wedlock at St. Peters parsonage by the
rector, Rev. C. Vanier. The bride was attended by her cousin,
Walter Eckhardt of Green Bay, and the groom was attended by his
Mr. Hugo Lingelbach.
Sadie Cavanaugh of Coleman and Mr. Jos. Castonia
of Lena were united in marriage Tuesday at Coleman.
Charles Norton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton of this city and Miss Rachel Warren of Mellen were united in marriage at Marinette Monday afternoon, Rev. Fr. Jones officiating.
Miss Julia G. Fitzsimmons
of this city and Mr. Wm. Craig of Escanaba, Mich, were happily married
at St. Josephs church Monday morning at seven. Rev. Fr.
the nuptial knot.
A very pretty wedding took place at high noon today at St. Mark’s church when Miss Frances Alt became the bride of Garrard Hall, Rev. Fr. Campbell tying the nuptial knot.
Miss Fern McDowell
and Mr. Charles Quirt were united
in the holy bonds of matrimony at the Presbyterian parsonage Wednesday
morning at ten. Rev. McLandress tying the nuptial knot.
Miss Anna Kirt, daughter of Joseph Kirt of Little River and Mr. George Modschiedler, also of Little River were united in marriage at the court house by county judge Jones at two yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Louis Bauman
and Miss Alice Herbert, both of Little
Suamico, were quietly married at the Presbyterian church here Wednesday
morning at eleven thirty with the Rev. McLandress performing the
Miss Minnie Veto of the town of Oconto and Mr. Jule DeKeuster of the town of Pensaukee were united in the county judges office this afternoon.
Miss Ella Mae
Rusch of this city became the bride of
Paul E. Klebs of Horicon at Milwaukee last Saturday.