BioM: Smith, Ethel (1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Unger, Smith, Burge, Schoengarth

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/1/1915

Smith, Ethel (24 JUN 1915)

Adolph Unger and Miss Ethel Smith were united in marriage last Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride in Phillips. The attending couple were Miss Bellie Burge of Phillips and Judge Oscar Schoengarth of this city. The bride wore white crepe de chien and carried white roses and the bridesmaid wore a gown of white and pink. At the conclusion of the ceremony a wedding dinner was served and Mr. and Mrs. Unger came here to take up their residence. They are at present at the home of the groom’s parents, but are arranging a home in the flat in the Unger building.

The groom is a young business man of this city who has distinguished himself for his keen business acumen, his genial and gentlemanly demeanor and his conscientious and honorable attitude to all his friends and business associates. He is engaged in the retail shoe business with his father and is one of the best liked of Neillsville’s young business men. His bride is quite well known here, having been a teacher of English in the high school for the past two years. She is a graduate of the Cumnock School of Oratory of Northwestern University at Evanston and at various times has pleased Neillsville audiences with readings. She is a capable young lady, pleasing in demeanor and has won a large circle of friends in this city.



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