BioM: Soossen, Anna (Marriage - 1905)

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Surnames: SOOSSEN BEYER DUX MARTH LINSTER

----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 08/31/1905

Soossen, Anna (Marriage - 25 AUG 1905)

On Friday there occurred at the German Lutheran Church (Pine Valley, Clark County) a very pretty wedding at which Miss Anna Soossen was united in marriage to Mr. Oscar Beyer, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beyer. There were about one hundred relatives and friends in attendance to witness the ceremony which took place at 11 o?clock a.m. and was performed by Rev. Haas. Miss Bertha Beyer and Miss Ida Dux acted as bridesmaids and Alfred Marth and Theodore Linster as best men. The wedding march from "Lohengrin" was rendered with excellent expression. The bride was gowned in blue silk and the bridesmaids wore white, and the groom and the best men customary black. After the ceremony and congratulations a sumptuous wedding dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Beyer. There was a fine array of costly, useful and beautiful presents to bespeak the esteem in which this young couple is held.

Following were out of town guests: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Soossen, Miss Ida Priebe, and Henry Bauman, all of Wausau; Miss Ida Suckey and Ferdinand Bauman of Merrill, Carl Bauman, Edgar.

The bride and groom will begin housekeeping at once on the "Carl Knoop" farm in Pine Valley. The groom is a young man of industry, energy and of high character. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Soossen of Wausau and comes to us very highly spoken of, she is a young lady of high character, always cheerful and ambitious, and of universal popularity. Both have a host of friends and the Press joins in wishing them a prosperous and happy life.

 

 


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