BioM: Gall, Clara (1913)

Contact: Ann Stevens


Surnames: Prock, Gall, Dorrenbach

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  May 8, 1913

Gall, Clara (6 May 1913) 

Tuesday morning John Prock and Miss Clara Gall were united in marriage by Rev. Dorrenbach at St. Mary’s Church.  They were attended by Miss Catherine Prock and Alvin Gall.  The bride wore crème messaline with brocaded marquisette and the bridesmaid work pink crepe d’chiene.  At the conclusion of the ceremony the bridal party went to their home in town Weston where the event was duly celebrated by the friends and relatives of the young couple.

The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Prock and a most energetic and capable young man, hard-working and painstaking.  His bride is a daughter of Mrs. Jos. Gall and is a young lady who is highly esteemed in a large circle of friends in this city and vicinity.  She is most pleasant and winsome and combines these qualities with great efficiency.  Mr. and Mrs. Prock will take up housekeeping at  once on the farm owned by the groom’s parents, at Globe, as Mr. and Mrs. Prock, Sr., will remove to their farm west of this city.



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