BioM: Peters, Mary (1906)
Surnames: Hantke, Peters, Braatz, Rosenberg, Hass
----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., Wis.) 01/26/1906
Peters, Mary (25 JAN 1906)
At 8 o’clock Thursday morning, Jan. 25th, 1906, Rev. Hass united Mr. Ernest Hantke and Mrs. Mary Peters in the holy bonds of matrimony. The wedding was a quiet one. They were attended by Mr. Herman Braatz and Miss Minnie Rosenberg.
The bride is a young widow, a competent business woman of rare good sense and judgment, owning and running the well-known Eagle Hotel here, of an industrious disposition, an admirer of the beautiful. Her place presents a picture of neatness and thrift, highly gratifying to her towns people. She has many warm and interested friends here who will be glad to learn of this advantageous step taken.
The groom is a young man of sterling worth, with good business integrity, honest and straight forward. He comes of a highly respected family and shows good judgment in his selection of a life partner. Ernest is a well-known sportsman with an enviable reputation for good luck, though it was reported that this deer season closed and Ernest had not secured one. Now comes the proof that the most confident of his friends were mistaken as regards his capture of a dear.
This marriage is highly gratifying to the friends of both the bride and groom, all of whom wish them abundant joy and success in their married life. Immediately after the ceremony the newly wedded pair drove to Neillsville, arriving there in time to take the 11:18 a.m. train for La Cross, whither they go among relatives of the groom for a wedding trip.
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