BioM: Marsh, Ora (Marriage - 1919)

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----Source: CLARK COUNTY REPUBLICAN & PRESS (Neillsville, Wis.) 06/26/1919

Marsh, Ora (Marriage - 18 JUN 1919)

A very pretty June wedding of interest to all Granton, Clark County, Wis. and vicinity, took place at three o'clock Wednesday afternoon, June 18, 1919, when Miss Ora Marsh was united in marriage to Mr. Lester Chapman. The ceremony was performed at Mrs. Mary Marsh's home with Mr. Wilson Mallory of the Church of Christ officiating, and the simple ceremony pronounced in the presence of relatives only.

The bride, the eldest daughter of Mrs. Mary Marsh, is an accomplished girl of many admirable traits of character, and while her modesty prompted her to request that no great furore be made in the paper relative to the circumstances of her marriage, we cannot refrain from asserting that she is a most estimable and altogether worthy young lady who we believe will bring content and much happiness into the life of the man of her choice, who is none other than one of the most worthy and respected citizens of our town. Mr. Chapman has been located here in the livery business for several years past and by his genial manner and most accommodating ways and very evident uprightness has made a host of friends.

The happy pair directly following congratulations and the partaking of the daintiest of lunches, left by automobile for Oshkosh, Milwaukee and other state points on a short wedding trip, after which they have rented. The best wishes of their host of friends go with them for a long and happy married future. (Granton News)



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