BioM: Brunner, Lillian (1926)

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Surnames: BRUNNER NEURENBERGER DAMAL AMACHER LAACK

----Source: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co, WI) 07/02/1926

Brunner, Lillian (24 JUN 1926)

At two o'clock last Thursday afternoon the marriage of Miss Lillian Brunner and Alfred Neurenberger was solemnized at Zion's Lutheran Church at Stetsonville, Rev. Martin Glaeser performed the ceremony.

The bride was very daintily gowned in a white satin dress, with a short veil, and white stockings and pumps. She cared beautiful, large bouquet of sweet peas.

She was attended by her sister, Miss Esther Brunner, who was tastily attired in yellow crepe de chene, and her friends, Miss Clara Damal?, who wore a beautiful Nile green crepe de chene. Both attendants carried large bouquets like the bride.

The groom was attended by two of his friends, Fred Amacher and Gilbert Laack.

After the ceremony they returned to the bride's home in Little Black, where a bounteous wedding supper was served to about 25 guests. A free dance was given at Midway in the evening.

Alfred is well known in Dorchester, Clark Co., Wis. folks, as he was raised here and attended public school here. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brunner, is not known to all here, but we are sure Alfred has made a very wise choice. Dorchester friends join us in wishing them much happiness and prosperity through life's journey.

After spending a few days camping at different lakes and rivers, they returned here and are now at home on the groom's farm, one mile south of the village.

 

 


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