Ruth O. #2 (1937)
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Surnames: Rosolack, Peterson, Anderson, Nelson, Campbell, Wolf, Zimmerman
----Sources: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Wis.) 31 July 1937
Rosolack, Ruth O. (Marriage - 22 July 1937)
The wedding of Ruth O. Rosolack, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rosolack, of this village, and Dr. Ethan A. Peterson, of Neillsville, son of Mrs. M. A. Peterson, of Granton, occurred at the First Presbyterian church in Eau Claire at 9:30 Thursday forenoon, July 22nd, the Rev. Geo. Anderson, of Fostoria, Ohio, a relative of the groom, officiating in the double ring ceremony. Only immediate relatives were present.
The bride of this happy wedding was prettily gowned in a white Congo cloth suit with tea rose lace blouse, and wore a corsage of talisman rose buds, lilies and baby’s breath. The bridesmaid, Mrs. J. Nelson, of Fond du Lac, a sister of the groom, wore a white suit and a corsage of talisman rose buds.
Richard Rosolack, brother of the bride, was the groom’s attendant, both wearing morning dress suits.
Miss Anabel Anderson, of Chicago, sang, "I Love You Truly," and Mrs. Anderson, wife of the officiating clergyman, played the wedding march.
The bride’s parents were host and hostess at the wedding breakfast, which was served at the Commercial hotel in Eau Claire, following the ceremony. Guests present were; Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Campbell and son, Fargo, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wolf, La Crosse, Mr. and Mrs. James Nelson, Fond du Lac; Dr. L. W. Peterson, Sun Prairie; Vernon Peterson, Granton; Miss Alice Zimmerman, Humbird; Mr. and Mrs. E. Anderson and daughter, Mrs. Herbert Rosolack, Mrs. Max Rosolack, Eau Claire; Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Anderson and family, Fostoria, Ohio.
The bride and groom left on a wedding trip to the Brule and other places in Northern Wisconsin. They will be at home at Neillsville after August first.
The groom, who is a practicing dentist at the county seat, is a graduate of Stevens Point College and or Marquette University. His bride, on of our popular young ladies, was employed in the W. G. Woodward Co. store in Neillsville, Wis. She graduated from the local high school in the class of 1928, and of the state teachers college at Stevens Point.
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