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Oconto County Reporter 
March 20, 1924 

researched by Richard LaBrosse

Miss Clara LeMay, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeMay, Gale Street, became the bride of Lloyd Fumelle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fumelle, Baldwin Street, Monday morning at seven at St. Peter’s Catholic Church. 

 Oconto County Reporter
August 21, 1924
researched by Richard LaBrosse

Miss Marion Forestal, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Forestal, and Mr. Richard Peterson of Iron Mountain were married at St. Mary’s Catholic church, Iron Mountain, Wednesday afternoon at one.

Miss Mildred Herman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Herman of Lena, became the bride of Mr. Walter G. Fabry of Cream City Tuesday morning at eight thirty at St. Charles church at Lena.

 Oconto County Reporter
August 28, 1924

Announcement is made of the marriage on August 2 of Miss Irene Mae Belongia of Chicago, daughter of Mrs. John Belongia of Cream City to Mr. Chester H. Rittenhouse of New York City.

Miss Myrtle Mae Campbell became the bride of Mr. H. Larsen of International Falls on Tuesday afternoon at two on August 19, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Campbell, Lake Avenue.

A marriage license was granted to Miss Mildred Angus, Oconto Falls, and Ben VanHaren, Oconto Falls.

 Oconto County Reporter
October 23, 1924

Miss Clara A. Berg, daughter of Tingwald Berg, of Colfax, N. Dakota, became the bride of Mr. Arthur O. Anderson of the North Bay Shore, Oct. 4 at Moorhead Minn.

 Oconto County Reporter
September 18, 1924

Miss Margaret Larsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larsen of Mountain, became the bride of Mr. Herman R. Saffran, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Saffran, also of Mountain, at Menominee Mich., Sept 12 at two in the afternoon.  Judge Jones performed the ceremony.

Marriage licenses were issued to:
 Leonard L. Klopper, Green Valley, to Hattie Schuettpelz of the town of How; 
William Schmolinske, Little River, to Minnie Felmer of Peshtigo.

 Oconto County Reporter
October 30, 1924

Miss Gladys LeComte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust LeComte of this city, and Mr. Gunard Suderberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Suderberg of Peshtigo were married at Menominee Friday evening.

Marriage Licenses - 
Edward C. Dix, Menasha to Anna Werth, Oconto; 
Edward Kuplic, Spruce, to Rose McCourt, Oconto Falls; 
Tony Adler, Sobieski, to Frances Sierzchulski, Sobieski; 
Jos. Mieziva, Luxemberg, to Frances Echwiner, Oconto Falls;
Heinrich Grams, Gillett, to Ella Henchel, Green Valley.

Miss Ella Morrow of Oconto Falls became the bride of Mr. Frank VanHulle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis VanHulle, Sr., town of Oconto, Wednesday morning at eight at St. Joseph’s church with the Rev. Father Becker officiating.

 Oconto County Reporter
November 13, 1924

Miss Rose Hallett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jule Hallett of Lena became the bride of Mr. Bernard Bassett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.N. Basett, also of Lena, on Armistice Day.

 Oconto County Reporter
November 20, 1924

Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Ramsay of this city announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothea, to Mr. Elmer David Goodland of Oshkosh.  The marriage took place at the Methodist parsonage in Menominee, Rev. Brown officiating.

Marriage Licenses -
William H. Haddock, Evanston, Ill., to Florence Stuelke, Gillett; 
Frank Dyba, Sobieski, to Mary Mastalski, Sobieski; 
Franklin McTavish of Oconto to Mabel Belongia of Oconto.

 Oconto County Reporter
November 27. 1924

Miss Mabel Belongia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George I. Belongia, 261 Cook Avenue, became the bride of Mr. Franklin McTavish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon McTavish, 117 Main Street, Wednesday morning at eight at St. Peters Catholic Church.