BioM: Pagenkopf, Adeline L. (1913)

Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Brandt, Mundhenk, Pagenkopf, Ronglin, Colquist, Schroeder

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Mar 27, 1913

Pagenkopf, Adeline L. (25 Mar 1913)

Tuesday afternoon Rev. Brandt united in marriage Henry G. Mundhenk and Miss Adeline L. Pagenkopf at St. John’s church.  The bridal couple was attended by Misses Emma Pagenkopf, Lina Ronglin and Judith Colquist, and Alvin and Emil Pagenkopf and Max Schroeder.  A celebration of the wedding was held at the home of the bride in the town of Grant.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pagenkopf and has grown to womanhood in this locality.  She is a highly esteemed young lady for the many noble qualities with which she is endowed.  The groom is a resident of Denver, Colo., where he is a newspaper reporter.  He seems to have all the necessary qualities which go to make a successful newspaper man and those who know him speak very highly of his capability and integrity.  Mr. and Mrs. Mundhenk will make their home at Denver, Colo., and carry with them the best wishes of a host of friends here for their future welfare and happiness.



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