BioM: Ring, Gertrude (Marriage - 1902)

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Surnames: HUNTZICKER RING

----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 12/25/1902

Ring, Gertrude (Marriage - 23 DEC 1902)

One of the prettiest wedding that Neillsville, Clark County has ever had, occurred Tuesday evening Dec. 23, 1902, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Ring, when their daughter Blanche Austin Ring was united in marriage with Victor E. Huntzicker. The rooms were beautiful, decorated with holly, ferns, lilies of the valley and other flowers. There was an assemblage of about seventy-five guests, a number of them from abroad. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R.F. Niles of Menomonie, Wis., and was especially beautiful and impressive. The bride was attended by her two younger sisters, Ethel and Alice, and appeared charming indeed. She is endowed with rare personal beauty and is a young lady of accomplishments and natural gifts of a high quality. The groom is a man without a flaw in his character, educated and refined and of good business talent. There was a profusion of beautiful and costly presents, brought by the guests and sent by absent friends. A bountiful supper was served and the newly wedded couple took the midnight train to Chicago, where they will spend a few days, after which they depart for Salt Lake City, their future place of residence. With them, to their western home go the best wishes of all of Neillsville?s people and that of a host of friends in other places.

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Contact:  Cecily Ring Cook
Email: Cecily@andiamo-tel.com

 

A caption error here. The wedding described correctly in the R & P as that between V.E. Huntzicker and Blanche Ring. Gertrude Ring is the aunt of the bride, sister of M. C. Ring, the bride's father. --Cecily

 

 


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