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Oconto County Reporter
January 14, 1923

Word has been received announcing the marriage of Miss Christina Hronek, of Gibson, and Edward F. Witeck, well-known young man of this city, Tuesday at Manitowoc.  The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Hronek of Gibson and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Witeck of this city.

 Oconto Falls Herald
 January 25, 1923
contributed by Richard La Brosse

The following marriage licenses to wed were issued at the office of the county clerk this week; 
Louis Gauthier of Spruce and Ruby Morrisey of Spruce; 
Joseph F. Montivideo, Abrams, and Viola Stachnik of Milwaukee.

 Oconto County Reporter
February 8, 1923

A pretty wedding was solemnized at six when Miss Helen Merline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Merline, became the bride of Mr. Leo Adams of Mankato, Minn.

 Oconto County Reporter
February 15, 1923

Marriage licenses -
Frederick Holl of Underhill and Dora Otradovec of Milwaukee; 
Fred Longsine and Sarah Haines, both of this city.

 Oconto County Reporter
April 26, 1923

Miss Marie Rusch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rusch, was married in Moulin, Ill., on Sept 9, 1922 to Mr. Leslie E. Shalberg, according to announcements made this week.

Oconto Falls—Miss Helen Muenster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Muenster, and Arnold Giese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Giese of Waupun were united in marriage at the German Lutheran church at Oconto Falls Tuesday afternoon at two.  


  Oconto Falls Herald
 May 3, 1923 
contributed by Richard La Brosse

Miss Ida Zeismer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zeismer, Pensaukee, and Mr. Fred R. Topel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Topel, also of Pensaukee, were quietly married at the Lutheran parsonage here Wednesday afternoon.

Lena-The bands of matrimony have been published for the first time last Sunday for Agatha Netzer and Peter Mathey.

Miss Rose Reed and Gustav Topel, popular young people of this city, were quietly married in Menominee, Mich.

 Oconto County Reporter
May 24, 1923
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

The marriage of Mrs. Freida Fingel Hubbel, formerly Miss Freida Fingel of this city to Mr. George F. Gardner of Medora, N.D., was held on May 8 according to announcements received in this city.  The ceremony took place at Glendive, Montana.

County Line—A shower was given by several young ladies of the town of Grover on Miss Esther Teske, who became the bride of Emil Ihde on Thursday of last week.

A license has been issued by County Clerk Lenore Orr to Gottleib Tisch of Oconto Falls and Emma Freilog of Gillett.

 Oconto County Reporter
June 21, 1923
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Announcements of the marriage of Miss Daly Theola of Hurley, Wis., to Mr. Donald Carr, well known in Oconto, in Seattle, Washington, on Monday June 11.

The following marriage licenses were issued by the county clerk during the week: 
Chester Schaal, South Crandon and Beatrice Spice, Oconto Falls; 
John Neta Spruce and Adolphine Maternowski, Glenmore; 
Otto Cronce, Gillett and Anna Louise Michalek, Kaukauna;
Edward Eckart, Pensaukee, and Edith Nasha, Pensaukee.

 Oconto County Reporter
June 28, 1923

The following licenses have been issued by county clerk Lenore Orr, during this week: 
Wm. Knisely, Oconto, to Anna Kumhala, Oconto; 
Engelbert Picard, Oconto, to Kathryn Kinziger, Oconto; 
Albert Weigelt, Pensaukee, to Julia Mocco, Pensaukee, 
and Otto Eggebrecht, Gillett, to Alfreda Kopitzke, Hintz.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Breed of Suring, who were married at Parker’s Prairie, Minn., on the 16th, arrived in Suring during the week on their honeymoon.

 Oconto County Reporter
August 9, 1923

Miss Mathilda E. Mehltretter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mehltretter of this city and Paul D. Johnson were married at Menominee Thursday.

 Oconto County Reporter
August 16, 1923
Researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Marriage licenses were issued to 
William Thelen of Lakewood to Miss Stasia Roderick of Chicago, 
Roland R. Deimer of Oconto to Miss Blanche K. Leffingwel of Columbus, 
William Portier of Oshkosh to Miss Bernice Burbey of Lena, 
Edward A. Gaick of Red Granite to Miss Marie Peetz of Oconto.