BioM: Bast, Estelle #2 (1914)

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Surnames: Dorrenbach, Frantz, Bast,Mueller, Schoengarth, Broeckler

 

----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  July 2, 1914

 

Bast, Estelle (30 Jun 1914)

 

Two of Neillsville’s most favorably known young people were married Tuesday morning by Rev. Dorrenbach at St. Mary’s Church, when Ben Frantz and Miss Estelle Bast assumed the marriage vows.  They were attend by Miss Minnie Mueller and Gladys Frantz and John Bast and George Frantz.  A wedding breakfast and a celebration of the event was held at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bast. The bride is a young woman of many excellent attainments and has a demure and pleasing disposition.  Mr. Frantz is a stenographer for Judge Schoengarth and is a young man of sterling qualities and high ideals, and is universally liked by all his friends.  Mr. and Mrs. Frantz will go to housekeeping at once in the Snyder house on Grand Ave.  Miss Norma Broeckler of Fennimore was here to attend the wedding.

 

 


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