BioM: Korth, Doris (1937)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Korth, Capaul, Stenz

----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 18 Feb. 1937

Korth, Doris (Marriage - 8 Feb. 1937)

A very pretty wedding took place at the Catholic Church performed with high mass at 8 o’clock on Feb. 8, 1937, when Miss Doris Korth, daughter of Mrs. Ida Korth, and Victor Capaul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Capaul, were joined in marriage by Father Stenz.

The couple were attended by Miss Viola Capaul, sister of the groom, and Adam Stenz, a cousin of the groom.

A wedding breakfast in three courses were served by the bride’s mother at the Golden Nugget, to the bridal party. A wedding dinner was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Capaul.

The happy couple will reside on the Capaul farm in South Alma, where the groom has a modern home to take his bride. She is a very capable young lady, well qualified to take up her duties as house keeper. The groom is a steady and prosperous farmer. All their friends wish them a life of success and happiness in their new adventure. - Black River Falls Banner-Journal.

Family Photo

The Family of Chris and Theresa (Teresa) Capaul and their seven children.

Victor Capaul is the youngest son.
(Provided by Robert Whitehead)


Thanks for posting information.  Chris Capaul was my gg grandfather's son.  It's always fun to find this kind of information.  The Capauls are originally from Switzerland.

We once had a Capaul family reunion in Alma Center at a small park.  The story I heard was that Chris Capaul moved to that area along with several other young couples from Dane County to grow strawberries. Cyndra Whitehead

Robert & Cyndra Whitehead.



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