BioM: Rondorf, Eleanor (1923)
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Surnames Rondorf, Buffington, Stenz, Dagenhart, Schmitz, Cleghorn, Michalski
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 06/14/1923
Rondorf, Eleanor (Marriage - 5 June 1923)
Mr. George Buffington of Marshfield and Miss Elenor Rondorf of York were united in marriage at St. Balthasar Catholic church in Loyal, Tuesday morning, June 5, 1923, Rev. Jos. Stenz performing the ceremony. Gilbert Buffington, bother of the groom and Joseph Rondorf, brother of the bride, acted as best men and Miss Margaret Dagenhart of Marshfield and Miss Josephine Schimtz of La Crosse were bridesmaids. The bride wore a dress of tan Canton crepe and carried a bouquet of bridal roses. After the ceremony a reception was held and a bountiful wedding, breakfast served at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Rondorf in the town of York, about sixty quest being in attendance. Those from away attending were Miss Josephine Schmitz, La Crosse: Miss Margaret Dagenhart, Marshfield; Mr. William Cleghorn and his daughter Miss Anna Cleghorn of Stanley; Mrs. F. Allen, Stanley; Mrs. F. Oliver, Wausau; Will and Leo Michalski, Marshfield; Will Rondorf and sons, Edward, Joseph and Alfred of Cashton; Gilbert Buffington, Sheboygan.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Buffington. He was born and brought up in Eau Claire and came here with his parents when they bought the Neillsville Hotel, remaining until they sold out. He is a young man of fine character and made many friends in this city and with the general public with whom he came in contact. He now has a good position in Marshfield.
The bride was born and reared on a farm in the town of York and has always lived at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Rondorf. She has received a home training that will qualify her for the duties of a home of her own and is possessed of those fine womanly qualities that will make friends readily for her in a new community. They will begin housekeeping at once in Marshfield. The Press joins with their many friends in wishing them a happy life.
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