BioM: Klawitter, Lydia (1913) 

Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Milke, Klawitter, Brandt, Landt, Schmidt, Bartell, Kempf 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Feb 20, 1913 

Klawitter, Lydia (16 Feb 1913) 

Sunday afternoon occurred the marriage of Julius Milke and Miss Lydia Klawitter.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. Brandt in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives.  The bridal couple was attended by Misses Elsie Klawitter, Lena Landt, Lena Schmidt and Libbie Bartell and Messers Martin, Otto and Max Klawitter and Eric Kempf.  The bride wore a gown of blue silk and also wore a veil.  At the completion of the wedding services a celebration of the event was held at the Klawitter home south of this city. 

The groom is a young gentleman whose home is in Chicago Heights, Ill.  He is a machinist by trade and a steady and industrious young man.  His bride is a daughter of Emil Klawitter and wife and a most capable and pleasant young lady.  They will make their home at Chicago Heights. 

Among those who were here to attend the wedding were Martin Klawitter from Indiana, Miss Lena Schmidt of Waupaca, Miss Lena Landt of Two Rivers and Eric Kempf of West Bloomfield. 



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