BioM: Barton, Rose (1913)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Curran, Barton, Schiller, Brown, Gilmore, Wolff


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Aug 7, 1913


Barton, Rose (5 Aug 1913)


At 8 o’clock last Tuesday morning at the Catholic church in this city, the Rev. Fr. Curran pronounced the words that united in the holy bonds of wedlock Miss Rose Barton of Neillsville, Wis., and William Schiller of this city.  The young couple were attended by Miss Mildred Schiller, sister of the groom, and Matt Brown of Lindsay.  Immediately after the ceremony the wedding party was driven to the home of Mrs. Grace Gilmore, where a sumptuous wedding breakfast was served.  A few hours later the bride and groom departed for the Lindsay neighborhood where they spent two days with the sister of the groom, Mrs. Ed. Wolff, and family.  On Tuesday evening Mrs. Wolff served a delightful dinner to the newly wedded pair which was attended by about 30 friends.  Returning to town on Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Schiller went immediately to the cottage the groom had waiting and they at once began housekeeping.  The groom is quite well known in Glendive, having been employed here several months with the Enterprise Furniture Company.  He formerly resided for a year or more near Lindsay, where he has a large number of friends, many of whom joined in giving himself and bride a rousing reception.  The bride arrived from her home in Wisconsin only a day or two prior to the wedding. - Glendive, Mont. Paper



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