BioM: Greiner, Hattie (1912)
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----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/11/1912

Greiner, Hattie (10 JAN 1912)

On Wednesday morning, Jan. 10, 1912, at 10 o’clock the marriage of Mr. Louis Rach of Spokeville (Clark Co., Wis.), and Miss Hattie Greiner of the town of Eaton (Clark Co.), was performed at St. Mary’s Catholic Church by Rev. Fr. Boeckmann.

The bride was attended by her sister Adeline, and the groom by his brother Henry, while Miss Minnie Rach and Armond Greiner acted as witnesses.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greiner, a highly respected family of the town of Eaton. She came here with her parents several years ago and has made many close friends among her numerous acquaintances.

The groom is a young man living at Spokeville and is engaged in the manufacture of cheese in a factory he recently bought.

After the ceremony the guests present repaired to the bride’s home two miles southeast of this city, where the afternoon was spent in music and singing. The evening was pleasantly passed in dancing with music furnished by part of the Greenwood Orchestra.

Those present from out of town were the groom’s parents, his sister Minnie and brother Henry, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gloss and A. Michels of St. Ann, F. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Casper Meyer of Fredonia, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hughes of Stratford, Mr. and Mrs. M. Weber of Rozellville, E. Glarman of Unity and quite a number of friends, relatives and neighbors from this vicinity.

Mr. and Mrs. Rach were recipients of many beautiful and useful presents. They will make their home four miles south of Spokeville. The Gleaner joins in congratulations.



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