BioM: Hillert, Margaret (1913)


Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Hasz, Hillert, Worchel, Malig


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  Oct 30, 1913


Hillert, Margaret (23 Oct 1913)


Two more of Grant’s worthy young people were united in the holy bonds of matrimony this Thursday afternoon, Oct. 23, 1913, before a large assemblage of relatives and friends at the Mapleworks German Lutheran Church when at 2:30 o’clock Rev. M. Hasz pronounced the sacred words which joined in marriage Miss Margaret Hillert and Mr. Willie Worchel.  The bridal couple were attended by Miss Amelia Hillert and Arnold Worchel and by Miss Anna Malig and Richard Hillert.


The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. Gottlieb Hillert.  She was educated here in our schools and since her mother’s death several years ago has materially assisted in the care and responsibility of her father’s home and through this experience gained a knowledge which is of inestimable worth to her in the position which she is henceforth to assume.


The groom, both of whose parents are dead, is an industrious, honest, highly respected and competent young farmer of good morals and habits, well qualified to care for the worthy bride he has counted and won.


This happy young couple enter upon the brightest of prospects and amidst the congratulations and best wishes of their host of friends with whom the News sincerely joins. - Granton News



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