BioM: Kampine, Maybelle Dorothy (31 Oct 1918)
Contact: Ann Stevens
Surnames: Kampine, Bornhofen, Tully
----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/31/1918
Kampine, Maybelle Dorothy (31 Oct 1918)
Marinette Young Lady Becomes the Bride of a Neillsville Chemist
With only relatives attending, the marriage of Miss Maybelle Dorothy Kampine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.E. Kampine, to John Bornhofen of Neillsville took place this morning. There was a Nuptial Mass in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, the Rev. Father Francis G. Tully officiating at 9 o’clock.
The bride wore a natty coat suit of blue velvet, a large hat and a corsage bouquet of Kilarney roses. Miss Mildred Kampine, a sister, was maid of honor and Miss Esther Kampine, the bride’s twin sister, was bridesmaid. Len and Clifford Kampine, brothers of the bride, were the bridegroom’s attendants.
The bridal breakfast was partaken of at the home of the bride’s parents on Dunlap Avenue. This evening the bride and groom depart on the early train for a trip south before going to their home in Neillsville. Mr. Bornhofen is chemist for the Oatman condensary there. The bride received beautiful gifts.
The rooms of the residence were attractively decorated with flowers for the happy occasion. Miss Summerfield of Peshtigo rendered instrumental selections at the house. – Marinette Eagle-Star
Mr. and Mrs. Bornhofen are now at home and will soon take up housekeeping on the north side. Mrs. Bornhofen resided here a few years ago and is well known to a large circle of younger people. The groom has been a resident of this city for years and is one of Neillsville’s most capable and upright young men.
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