BioM: Galbreath, Ethel (1913)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Galbreath, Fentz, Mallory, Wolf, Beebe


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Oct 9, 1913


Galbreath, Ethel (1 Oct 1913)


On Wednesday evening, Oct. 1st, at her mother’s home in the town of Washburn, Miss Ethel Galbreath became the wife of Christian Fentz of Sherwood.  The ceremony was performed by Wilson Mallory, minister Church of Christ of Stevens Point.  Only immediate relatives and friends were present.  The bride is a popular young lady, having taught school very successfully for a number of years in Clark County.  The groom is an industrious and capable young man and is engaged as cheesemaker at Sherwood.  The bride was very becomingly attired in gray silk, and the groom wore the conventional black.  The bridesmaid was Miss Elsie Wolf of the town of Grant, and Mr. Fentz was attended by Roscoe Galbreath, brother of the bride.  The wedding march was played by Miss Helen Beebe.  After the ceremony the bridal party and guests sat down to a sumptuous wedding supper at which Miss Beebe served.  The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fentz join in wishing them a long, happy and useful life.



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