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Oconto County Reporter
January 7, 1915

Miss Ora Viola Lee, daughter of Col. And Mrs. W. M. Lee, and Dr. Wesley Boyden of Green Bay were married at the home of the brides parents at six last Friday afternoon.

Lena—A large number of friends gathered at the home of Tony Lindorf about two miles from Lena Tuesday and enjoyed a dance, Mr. Lindorfs son being married that day.

 Oconto County Reporter
May 6, 1915

One of the prettiest of spring weddings will be solemnized at eight this evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.S. Cooper, when miss Abbie Winifred Cooper, their daughter, and Angus James Johnston of Chicago, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Johnston of Oconto, will be united in marriage.

About thirty friends of Miss Marie Bitters tendered her a linen shower at her home Tuesday evening.  The affair was given by the Misses Annie Ahlborg and Eva Bitters.  The young lady will be wedded May 18 to Mr. Wilfred Degeneffe.

Mrs. William Corgeil and Mr. George Plouff, two old residents of Oconto, were married at St. Peters church Saturday morning.

 Oconto County Reporter
June 3, 1915

Announcements were received in the city today of the marriage of Miss Helen Ione Gebhart of Kenosha to Mr. Edward Francis Dunn of Oconto, the marriage taking place at Kenosha Tuesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Dunn will be at home in Oconto after July 15.

 Oconto County Reporter 
September 23, 1915, Pg 1 

                                Mr. George Watruba and Miss Anna Fait 

Mr. George Watruba and Miss Anna Fait, both of the town of Spruce were 
joined in Wedlock Wednesday afternoon by Judge H. F. Jones of this office. 

 Oconto County Reporter, 
18 November 1915, Page One
contributor:  Ron Renquin

Joined in Wedlock

    Miss Dora Dashner of Oconto and Mr. Amos Verboncouer of Oconto Falls were
married November 9 by Rev. Fr. Caron. Miss Louise Verboncouer of Oconto and 
Mr. Donald Harvey of Oconto Falls attended the couple.

Mrs. Alvina Reilley and Mr. Fred Anderson, both of this city, were united 
in marriage in Menominee Monday in the Richard House parlor, Judge Jones of 
Menominee performing the ceremony.  Mrs. Leppla and Edward Richards attended 
the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are at home to their friends in Oconto. Their friends extend congratulations.