BioM: Howard, Ethel (Marriage - 1907)
Surnames: HOWARD GEISLER
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/10/1907
Howard, Ethel (Marriage - 2 OCT 1907)
A very beautiful home wedding was held last Wednesday evening, Oct. 2, 1907, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Howard, when their daughter Ethel, was united in marriage to William Geisler. The ceremony took place in the presence of one hundred and fifty guests. The wedding party consisted of bride, groom, Gertrude Howard and Adolph Geisler, led by Rev. W.P. Burrows, marched into the parlor, at exactly 7:45 o?clock, the wedding march being played by Miss Grace Harriman.
The bride was beautifully dressed in cream silk and carried roses. Rev. Burrows pronounce the ceremony, after which many congratulations were received. After their many friends had finished their congratulations, an elaborate wedding supper was served. Many beautiful and useful presents were received by the young couple.
Mr. Geisler is operator of the Andrus Creamery in York, Clark county, where he has given the best of satisfaction to his patrons and to his employer. He is a graduate of the Dairy School in Madison. The bride is a young lady of excellent attainments and has many friends. That their married life thus happily begun may be one of success and joy is the earnest hope of the young couple?s many well-wishers.
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