BioM: Marx, Johanna (1922)
Surnames: Marx, Dimmermen, Caton, Mc Geary, Horn, Hubley, Forcier, Weber
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 09/07/1922
Marx, Johanna (Marriage - 30 Aug. 1922)
A very pretty church wedding took place Wednesday morning, Aug. 30, at St. Mary’s Catholic church in Neillsville, when Mr. Frank Dimmermen of St. Paul and Miss Johanna Marx of this city were united in the holy bonds of matrimony, Rev. P. Weber officiating.
They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. James Caton of Eau Claire, Mrs. Caton being a sister of the bride. The bride wore blue taffeta and carried a shower bouquet of butterfly roses. Mrs. Caton wore crepe du chine.
After the ceremony there was a reception at the home of the bride’s parents and a beautiful wedding dinner was served at which there were thirty-five guests. Many fine presents were bestowed on the bride and groom, among which was a beautiful walnut cabinet electric sewing machine, the gift of the firm of Horn & Blum of Eau Claire with whom the bride held a responsible position for ten years.
The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Marx, grew to womanhood in this city. She is a young lady of rare ability, possessed of those qualities that adapted her for getting along well with her business and social associates, efficient in her work, pleasing her manner, everywhere and at all times a true lady. The groom’s acquaintance here is limited to occasional visits, but all who have met him have been impressed with his intelligence and gentlemanly qualities. He holds a responsible position with the firm of Geo. M. Mc Geary and Son of St. Paul.
The young couple left on the evening train for St. Paul, where they began housekeeping at once, and where they will be at home to their friends at 41 Sherbourne Ave.
The out of town guests who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Horn and daughter, Miss Catherine Hubley and Miss Delia Forcier, all of Eau Claire.
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