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Oconto County Reporter
January 13, 1927
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

A few hours before the year of 1926 completed its cycle, the marriage of Miss Eva Morin and Albert C. Hawkins of Marinette, took place in the manse of the Pioneer Presbyterian church, Marinette, the Rev. L.C. Smith officiating at five on December 31.  Miss Morin formerly lived in Oconto.

 Oconto County Reporter
March 10, 1927

Three men in a high powered car made a big cash haul of nine cents Tuesday night when they forced the door of the Stiles Junction depot.

The C.A. Straubel cheese company of Gillett announces the following winners in the quality cheese contest for the month of February:  Lawrence Huss, Richard Genskow, Henry Sylvester.

Couillardville - Ruth Leigh entertained a number of her little friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her tenth birthday anniversary.

 Oconto County Reporter
June 9, 1927
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

Miss Myrtle Van Boven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Boven of Stiles, was married to Herman J. Oesterreich of Washington Heights, near Chicago, Ill., on Thursday June 2 at the home of the groom.

 Oconto County Reporter
August 4, 1927

Suring—Miss Helga Thomsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomsen of Suring, and Walter McGuire of Soperton were married in Milwaukee Monday afternoon August 1.

 Oconto County Reporter
August 11, 1927
researched and contributed by Richard La Brosse

A pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Peters catholic church this morning when Miss Agnes Belongia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Belongia, became the bride of Nicholas Nerenhausen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nerenhausen.  Ida Belongia and George Nerenhausen were the attendants.

 Oconto County Reporter
September 29, 1927

A very pretty wedding was solemnized in the Methodist Episcopal church parlors in the city Tuesday afternoon at two when Miss Viola Ristow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ristow of Pensaukee became the bride of Joseph Detaeje, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Detaeje of Couillardville.  Rev. C.E. Lease performed the ceremony.

Suring—Miss Erna Zaddock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Zaddock of the town of How, became the bride of Edward Bubolz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bubolz of Underhill at a pretty wedding ceremony in St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran church at Hayes.

 Oconto County Reporter
October 27, 1927

Lena—Miss Barbara Boes, daughter of Mrs. Hugo Boes of Sturgeon Bay, became the bride of John Magnin, Lena, at a pretty ceremony in Sturgeon Bay Monday October 17.