BioM: Grasser, Alma #2 (1909)

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Surnames: Herrian, Grasser

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 07/01/1909

  Grasser, Alma #2 (29 JUN 1909)

 Tuesday morning at seven o’clock Father Dorrenbach united in marriage John Herrian and Miss Alma Grasser.  The couple went to Granton on the 7:30 train and from there left on an extensive wedding trip to Chicago, Milwaukee and other points.  They will then return to Neillsville (Clark Co., Wis.) and take up their residence in the Anderson house next to the Congregational Church.

 Mrs. Herrian is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike grasser of Granton.  She is a young lady of exceptionally prepossessing appearance and disposition, and is well adapted to do her part toward the establishment of an ideal home.  Mr. Herrian is a Neillsville boy of whom only the highest words of commendation can be spoken.  John is a pleasant young man, has excellent morals and is possessed of a never failing integrity.  He is employed at the Fair store.  To Mr. and Mrs. Herrian the Times extends its best wishes.



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