BioM: Hale, Fern (1910)
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----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/21/1910

Hale, Fern (18 APR 1910)

Monday evening the parlor of the Howard House was the scene of a very pretty but quiet wedding, when Miss Fern Hale of Fond du Lac was united in marriage to Mr. Frank Miller of this city (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.), the Rev. W.E. Marsh performing the ceremony as the couple stood beneath a large and handsome wedding bell.

They were attended by Mr. Daniel O’Riley as best man and Miss Beatrice Howard as bridesmaid. The parlor was beautifully and tastefully decorated. A wedding lunch was served in the dining room after the ceremony.

Of the bride we know very little, except that she is a very pretty and attractive young woman and we believe will make Mr. Miller an exceedingly good life’s companion.

Mr. Miller is a fireman on the branch line of the Soo railroad, and while he has been with us only a short time, he has gained the respect and good will of everyone and has made many warm friends, who extend their heartiest congratulations to the happily wedded pair, the esteem for whom was substantially shown by a number of handsome and useful presents.

Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make their home in this city for present.

Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. F.B. Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. John Orrick, Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Thrapp, Rev. Will of Wild Rose, Mr. …(the last line of my copy was cut off)



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