BioM: Galbreath, Ethel (1913)



Surnames: Galbreath, Feutz


----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 10/03/1913


Galbreath, Ethel (1 OCT 1913)


A pretty wedding witnessed only by relatives of the contracting parties took place Wednesday evening, Oct. 1st, 1913, at the home of Mrs. Robert Galbreath of the town of Washburn when her daughter Ethel was united in marriage to Mr. Christian Feutz, Mr. Wilson Mallory of Stevens Point performing the ceremony.


The bride is an accomplished and beautiful young woman.  For a number of years and until her father’s failing health compelled her to assist int eh household at home, she was a successful teacher in various schools of the county.  Her sweet and loving disposition has made her warm friends everywhere, besides having been a social favorite among her girlfriends.


The groom is a hardworking and substantial young man and a master of his profession.  He is at present employed as cheese maker at the Sherwood Cheese Factory, having been in charge of that institution since its organization last spring.  May happiness and prosperity be theirs through life is the wish of their many friends.




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