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Shawano County Journal

Thurs 7 Jan 1915


A Big Wedding Over Three Hundred Guests to Witness Caroline Nuptials.  Miss Mayme Radtke will on Saturday become the wife of Christ Kloth.  Both contacting parties are well-known people from near Caroline.  Rev. Bauman will perform the ceremony.  The city of Shawano will be represented by about a dozen guests.  It is expected that there will be at least three hundred guests in all.  Roy Ziebur, Pearl Radtke, H. Radtke, and Lena Kloth will stand up with the bride and groom.  The dance will be held at the Caroline Hall and the New London Orchestra will furnish the music.  William Radtke and his sister will come from faraway Montana to attend the wedding.  The newly married couple will reside on the Kroening farm.



Shawano County Journal

Thurs 28 Jan 1915


Married This Afternoon Waukechon Boy Takes a Bride at Bowler Today.  James Kugel, a young man living in the town of Waukechon, was married today to Miss Rosa Gayhart, at Bowler, by Rev. E. Stubenvoll.  The couple was attended by James Pleshek and Miss Viola Gayhart, sister of the bride.  The bride is a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Gayhart of the town of Bartelme.  The groom is a young man who has lived in Waukechon all his life, and has a good reputation in that community.  The reception for the wedding is to be held at the Bowler Opera House this evening.  Three hundred guests are invited.  The music for the occasion will be furnished by the Peterson Orchestra.


Mrs. Christine Amundson


28 May 1915

Marriage Licenses

Kasmier Wajdul and Tekla Kaczmarowski of Maple Grove.

Emil Schultz of Seneca and Louise Neumann of Belle Plaine.

Frank Lawniczak of Pittsfield and Leokadtja Czarmick of Angelica.



Shawano County Journal

June 18 1915

S. P. Armitage died June 15th at 12 o'clock at the age of 74 years 2 months of paralysis. The funeral was held Friday at 12 o'clock at the M. E. Church at Seymour. Rev. Adams reading the service.


2 Jul 1915

Mrs. Geo. Smith of Wittenberg has been visiting her daughter Mrs. Waldemar Boldig.


Louis Amundson