BioM: Horswill, Clara Lillian (1906)

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Surnames: Horswill, Slosser Surnames: Harmer, Wyss

----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (22 Mar 1906)

Horswill, Clara Lillian (Marriage -- 14 Mar 1906)

Harmer, Theresa E. (Marriage -- 14 Mar 1906)


There was a double wedding at the M. E. parsonage yesterday, March 14th in which Miss Clara Lillian Horswill of Roaring Creek and Mr. George B. Slosser of Albion and also Miss Theresa E. Harmer and Mr. Dietrich Wyss both of Disco, were joined in holy bonds of matrimony.

At 11 o'clock the party entered the parlors and Rev. W. F. Emery spoke the words that made them respectively man and wife. The brides were most becomingly attired.

Both couples took the 1:09 p. m. train for Madison. On their return Mr. and Mrs. Slosser will reside on the H. A. Bright farm in Clark county, and Mr. and Mrs. Wyss will go to keeping house at Disco. Both the grooms are enterprising young men and successful farmers, and the brides are both estimable and highly respected young ladies. All parties to the happy event are of highly respected and well known families, and all but Mr. Wyss are lifelong residents of the county. - Black River Falls Banner.



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