BioM: Windl, Kate (Marriage - 1916)
Surnames: WINDL GRAVITTER BEAVER WEBER HAAS
----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 11/02/1916
Windl, Kate (Marriage - 24 OCT 1916)
A double wedding took place in this village (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) last Tuesday morning, Oct. 24, 1916, in which the contracting parties were two brothers and two sisters. The ceremony took place at the Catholic Church at nine o'clock, when Miss Kate Windl was united in marriage to Mr. Paul Gravitter and Miss Francis Windl was married to Mr. Rudolph Gravitter, Rev. Joseph F. Stenz officiating.
The couples were attended by Mr. Carl Haas and Miss Weber of Johnson Creek, Mr. Ed Beaver and Miss Rose Windl and Mr. Frank Windl and Miss Mamie Scheckelman.
The brides were becomingly attired in white and carried bouquets of lilies of the valley. Both grooms wore the conventional black. The bridesmaids wore white and carried flowers.
At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party and the guests went to the home of the brides, where a fine dinner and supper was enjoyed. They received a large number of handsome and valuable gifts.
The brides are the oldest daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Windl, and are well known and popular in this vicinity.
The grooms are sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Gravitter, formerly of Spencer and now of Loyal, and while not well known here, they are well spoken of and have the respect and esteem of all.
The two couples will be at home on farms of the grooms' west of Spencer.
The Tribune joins with their friends in wishing them a long and prosperous life.
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