BioM: Bruley, Ruth L. (Marriage - 1917)
Surnames: BRULEY DITTMER
----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 05/31/1917
Bruley, Ruth L. (Marriage - 24 MAY 1917)
Mr. Winford Dittmer of Kaukauna, and Miss Ruth L. Bruley of this city (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) were quietly married Thursday morning, May 24, 1917, at the Catholic Parsonage in this city, Rev. Peter Weber officiating. After the ceremony a fine wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Bruley, only relatives and a few near friends of the bride and groom being present. The young couple too the 11:30 train for a trip to Chicago and Milwaukee, after which they will return to Kaukauna, where the groom has his home furnished and ready to begin housekeeping.
The bride is one of Neillsville, Clark County, Wisconsin's choicest young ladies. She was born and brought up here, made a fine school record, graduating from high school in the class of 1909. She graduated later from Oshkosh Norman and taught with marked success in Wausau and Appleton. For the past two years she has been assistant in the County Training School at Kaukauna, where her work has also met with high approval. From childhood her sweet disposition and rare personal beauty have made her a favorite with all who know her here, and these qualities, coupled with her intelligence and efficiency in her work, have made her a wide circle of friends in the state.
The groom was brought up at Seymour, Wis., where his mother still resides. After finishing his high school course he attended the University at Madison, graduating from the Law Department two years ago. He began practice at Kaukauna, and is now the city attorney of that place. He is a stranger to most of our people here, but is a young man of fine appearance, and highly spoken of by all who know him.
We join in wishing them abundant success and happiness.
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