BioM: Grasser, Alma E. (Marriage - 1909)
Surnames: HERIAN GRASSER
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 07/01/1909
Grasser, Alma E. (Marriage - 29 Jun 1909)
Mr. John Herian and Miss Alma E. Grasser were married Tuesday morning June 29, 1909 at the Catholic Church, Rev. A. Dorrenbach officiating. The bride wore a light blue gown, and veil with Grecian effect, and carried white roses. The groom wore black. The groom was attended by Mr. John Stauber of Marshfield, and the bride by her sister, Miss Mollie Grasser. After the ceremony, which was performed at an early hour, the wedding party took the train for Granton, Clark County, where a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Grasser, at which relatives and a few personal friends were present.
The bride and groom took the forenoon west-bound train amidst a shower of rice and old shoes, for quite an extensive wedding trip. They will visit relatives and friends in Minneapolis, South Dakota, West Bend and Milwaukee, and on their return begin housekeeping in the house north of the Congregational Church, which the groom has nicely furnished.
The bride was born and brought up near Granton, where her parents have lived many years and are much respected citizens. She is a successful teacher, and a young lady of many lovable qualities. The groom is the son of Jos. Herian and is known to everybody here, having grown to manhood on his parents’ farm south of the city. He has a common school and business college education and has had considerable experience in mercantile work, at present being employed in the Fair Store. He is honest, trustworthy and accommodating; a young man of fine appearance and great physical strength, giving him a good foundation for success in life. To this new home we earnestly hope will come such comforts, health and wealth as shall make for their true happiness.
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