BioM: Juneau, Isabel (Marriage - 1914)

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----Source: Clark County Republican & Press (Neillsville, Wis.) 10/15/1914

Juneau, Isabel (Marriage - 10 OCT 1914)

Mr. Elbert E. Wedding and Miss Isabel Juneau were married Oct. 10, 1914, at the residence of the groom’s parents in this city, Rev. S. B. Pinney officiating.

The groom, who is the son of Chief of Police James Wedding was brought up here and is a young man in good standing in this community (Neillsville, Clark County). He went west something over three years ago, remaining there till last June, when he came back here for a visit, soon after going to Park Falls, Wis., where he was formerly employed, and where he now has a good position.

The bride whose parents are dead, lived with a sister at Park Falls. She is a granddaughter of the noted Solomon Juneau, one of the founders of the city of Milwaukee, and its first mayor. She is a young lady who has made a most favorable impression upon all she has met.

The young couple took the midnight train Saturday nigh for Park Falls, where they had their home all ready to begin housekeeping. We join with their many friends in offering best wishes.



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