BioM: Schultz, Ella A. (Marriage - 1913)

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Surnames: HUNTLEY SCHULTZ

----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 01/08/1914

Schultz, Ella A. (Marriage - 8 Nov 1913)

Something of a surprise was given many of their friends when it was learned that Mr. Grover C. Huntley and Miss Ella A. Schultz were united in marriage, Saturday, Nov. 8, 1913 at Marshfield. Their preparations to begin housekeeping this week aroused the curiosity of outside friends who were not into the secret, and the above facts were elicited.

Mr. Huntley, who is the son of Mayor and Mrs. Wm. Huntley, is one of the most active and promising business men in Neillsville, Clark County. He was born and brought up here and has a host of friends who have known him all his life. The writer has more than ordinary interest in him. For three years he was one of the Republican and Press office force, and was ever found faithful, efficient and upright. In the fall of 1911 he went into the mercantile business with his brother John and in this enlarged opportunity he has made a wide acquaintance and won public esteem and confidence.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz of this city. She came here with her parents, was educated in the Neillsville schools and graduated in the class of 1913. Not only among her school mates, but by all who know her, she is held in high esteem. They will begin housekeeping soon in the rooms over the store.

We most heartily join with all their other friends in wishing them a happy future.

 

 


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