BioM: Kuester, Ella (1922)

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Surnames Kuester, Stucki

----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 06/22/1922

Kuester, Ella (Marriage - 21 June 1922)

Mr. Benjamin Stucki and Miss Ella Kuester were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon, June 21, at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kuester, in the town of Lynn. The groom’s father, Rev. Stucki of the Indian Mission near Black River Falls performed the ceremony. The groom is the superintendent of the Indian School in Neillsville and during his residence here has won an enviable reputation for his efficiency and zeal in his work, his kindly Christian spirit in his attitude toward the children that are committed to his care and his untiring devotion to their interests. He is a man of splendid talents, a fine public speaker and a broad knowledge of world affairs, and yet chooses to devote his life to the uplift of these children of the backward race. The bride is a young lad of fine personal qualities, practical in home affairs and in sympathy with the ideals of her husband.

It is the earnest hope of their many friends that together they may carry out these ideals and be happy in so doing.

They will take a motor trip about ** (the rest is cut off).



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