IN OLD OCONTO COUNTY
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July 23, 1925
Mr. and Mrs. George Ford announce the marriage of their son, Irl, to Miss Kathryn E. Ribsen, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Ribsen of Wausau. The marriage took place July 4 at Milwaukee.
One of the
prettiest weddings of the season was that
of Miss Eva Watterich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Watterich of this
who was joined in wedlock to Mr. Paul McGehee of Peoria, Ill., at seven
Monday morning at St. Josephs Catholic Church.
A pretty wedding
tinity Lutheran church at Marinette Tuesday evening when Miss Regina Hansen became the bride of Leigh Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Harms and the parents of a son born
Saturday, August 31.
liscense-Elensen Koeppen and Emma Kobs, both
The marriage of
Miss Idella Hatton, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Hatton and Wilbur Bergevain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
was solemnized Wednesday morning at eight thirty in St. Peters
Rev. Looze performing the ceremony.
Delware and Mr. Nels Christensen, both
of this city, were quietly married at Menominee Saturday evening at
A pretty wedding
was solemnized at St. Joseph Catholic
church Tuesday morning when Miss Mary Perdzock was married to Chester
Rev. Becker officiated.
Vernon W. Palen of Flushing, N.Y., to Bernice Roy of Oconto.
Marriage licenses -
Melvin A. Peterson of Gillett to Della Moede of Cecil;
Earl Kane of Green Bay to Pearl Kenney of Stiles Junction.
Catherine Kenney, youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Kenney, became the bride of Earl George Kane, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Kane on Tuesday, Dec. 29.