BioM: Reas, Ramona (1948)
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Surnames: Reas, Hochstieller, Thome, Mueller, Boese, Case, Hemphill, Young, Schaefer, Brown, Yonkovich, Tody, Hougland, Anderson, Peters, Frane
----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 11/18/1948
Reas, Ramona (1948)
On Thursday, November 11 at the Union Church at Mellen occurred the marriage of Miss Ramona Reas daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reas, Mellen, and Ben Hochstieller, son of Mrs. Esther Hschsteiller, Highbridge, Wisconsin. The Rev. O. R. Thome officiated at the ceremony.
The bride was attired in a blue sheer wool jersey 2 piece dress and wore a black hat and veil. Her corsage was of pink carnations.
Juanita Reas, sister of the bride as maid of honor, was attired in a rose crepe 2 piece dress. She also wore a black hat and veil and her corsage was of white carnations.
Hilda Mueller, Albangasse, Rhein Main, Germany, as bridesmaid, wore a brown and tan two piece dress and a brown hat and veil.
Essley Boese, cousin of the groom, acted as best man and Claude Case, a friend of the young couple acted as usher.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents.
After a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin the young couple will make their home at Cudahay.
The groom was educated at the Mellen High School and served 26 months in World War II in the South Pacific and Japan. His bride was born in Spencer and started school her and finished High School in Mellen graduating with the class of 1948.
Out of town guests present at the wedding included Mrs. H. K. Hemphill, Medford; Mrs. Myrtle Young, Mrs. Ora Schaefer, Mrs. Myrtle Brown and daughter Marge, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Reas and Ruth Ann, Mrs. George Yonkovich, Mrs. Tony Tody, Marengo; Mr. and Mrs. R. Hougland, Miss Lois Anderson, Ashland; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peters, Hurley; and Mrs. L. Du Frane, Moriah, New York.
The Record joins their many local friends in extending congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy wedded life.
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