BioM: Schwentkofske, Theressa (1914)

Contact: Ann Stevens



Surnames: Schwentkofske, Eveland, Hoffman, Jennings, Taylor, Stockwell


----Source:  Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.)  September 3, 1914


Schwentkofske, Theressa (29 Aug 1914)


Miss Theressa Schwentkofske and Alonzo C. Eveland were married at Duluth on Aug. 29th by Rev. Hoffman of the Methodist church.  The young couple motored to Duluth from Superior accompanied by Miss Mildred Jennings and Andrew Taylor and after the ceremony they came to Neillsville to spend a few days.  The bride wore a traveling suit with hat to match and a corsage bouquet of sweet peas and lilies of the valley.


Mrs. Eveland is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schwentkofske of this city and for the past few years has made her home in Superior.  She is a young lady of exceptional talent and her winsome and pleasing manner has made her popular in a large circle of friends here.  Mr. Eveland is engaged in the automobile business at Superior and those who know him speak highly of his industry and integrity.


Mr. and Mrs. Eveland will be at home after Sept. 15th at their home in Superior.


Miss Ethel Stockwell entertained a number of friends of the bride last Tuesday evening.




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