BioM: Treichler, Clara #2 (1908)
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Surnames: Treichler, Fischer, Worchel, Riedel, Braatz

----Source: NEILLSVILLE TIMES (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11/12/1908

Treichler, Clara #2 (4 NOV 1908)

(Granton News)

At three o’clock Wednesday, Nov. 4th, 1908, occurred the marriage of Miss Clara Treichler and Henry Fischer in the Grant German Lutheran Church which the groom’s father founded and where for many years he was the presiding pastor and which said church is to this day frequently referred to as the Fischer’s Church. Rev. Reiff, the present pastor, officiated at this auspicious occasion.

The bride was handsomely attired in a white silk dress and carried a bouquet of roses. At precisely the appointed time the bridal pair, attended by Miss Regina Fischer, Lydia Worchel and Emma Riedel as bridesmaids. And the Messrs. Henry Braatz, Wm. Treichler and Wm. Worchel as groomsmen, took their places before the altar where the sacred words that made them man and wife were spoken. After the ceremony the couple received the hearty congratulations of their numerous friends who witnessed the ceremony and immediately thereafter the bridal party took their way to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Braatz, where a fine wedding supper was served. The bride, the only child of Mrs. Braatz, is one of the town’s most estimable and worth girls. She has always made her home here (Clark Co., Wis.) or at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The groom, though grown to manhood here, has spent the several years last past at Struble, Iowa, where he is engaged in teaching school and where with his pretty bride he will make his home. We know enough of Henry, having been a schoolmate of his for several years, to know that he has the ability to, and will make an admirable head of a family and are very confident he will take good care of the wife he has chosen. We extend to them our sincere wishes for happiness and prosperity. The numerous beautiful, useful and costly wedding gifts presented the bride and carried by her to the new home are substantial mementoes of the esteem in which her relatives and near friends hold her.



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