BioM: Roeckel, Freda (1925)
Surnames: Roeckel, Hunt, Anger, Prinz, Huber
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) (07 Jan 1926)
Roeckel, Freda (Dec 1925)
The following is an account of the wedding taken from the West Bend, Wis. Pilot. Dr. Hale Hunt, or "Mickie" as he is known to our many readers, is a former Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.) boy and spent many years of his young life in our midst. His many Greenwood friends join the Gleaner in extending congratulations and best wishes.
"A wedding of considerable interest among the city's younger set was that of Miss Freda Roeckel, daughter of Mrs. Tecla Roeckel of this city, and Dr. Hale Hunt of La Crosse, which was solemnized at high noon last Saturday at St. John's (Lutheran) Parsonage, the Rev. H.J. Anger officiating. The bride looked charming in an almond green dress. Her corsage consisted of violets and she wore a black satin hat trimmed in green. Miss Roxy Roeckel of Milwaukee, in an ashes of roses dress and wearing a corsage of violets, attended her sister as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Hugo Prinz of Mayville. Dr. and Mrs. Hunt and their party partook of a wedding dinner after the ceremony at Flora Huber's Coffee Shoppe, and at 2:15 left for Chicago, proceeding from there to spend their honeymoon at Mankato, Minn. Miss Roeckel is a graduate of the West Bend High School. Since her graduation five years ago she has been employed in the office of the West Bend Aluminum Co. She is one of West Bend's best girls, endearing in her ways and popular among a large circle of friends. Dr. Hunt graduated from the dental course of Marquette University, Milwaukee, and is now conducting a successful practice at La Crosse. For a number of years he was the star third baseman on West Bend's ball team, also playing on other fast state teams during the summer. He is a young man of excellent character, studious and has a promising future. Upon their return from Mankato, Dr. and Mrs. Hunt will go to housekeeping at La Crosse. The Pilot extends heartfelt congratulations to them."
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