Mr./Mrs. Henry (25th - 1934)
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Surnames: Reigel, Blum, Reiff, Schroeder, Naedler, Skutak
----Sources: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 3 Jan. 1935
Reigel, Mr./Mrs. Henry (25th - 27 Dec. 1934)
December 27, 1909, Miss Martha Blum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Blum of the town of Levis and Henry Reigel, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Reigel of Marshfield and who formerly also lived in the town of Levis were united in marriage by the Rev. Reiff of the town of Grant, at the home of the bride’s sisters and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder in the presence of a few near relatives. They were attended by Miss Louise Naedler a friend of the bride and Paul Blum brother of the bride. They went to house keeping at Stone Lake where the groom was a section foreman, later moving to Stanberry and then to Weirgor where he continued as section foreman until the spring of 1917 when Mr. Reigel resigned his position as section foreman and went in business for himself at Couderay, Wis. After a few years he moved to Owen where he again was employed by the Soo Line for several years. At present he is night policeman at Owen, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Reigel had no children of their own, but have assisted in rearing other children, adopting a girl about 2 years ago who had no mother; the girl is now married to Adam Skutak and lives on a farm near Withee, they have two children. On December 27, 1934, they again celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. At 12:00 noon dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reigel (the guests of honor), Mr. H. Blum, Miss Johanna Blum, Mrs. Adam Skutak and daughter Louise, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schroeder and son Eugene. After the meal an inspiring talk was given by Mrs. Reigel and also by Mr. Reigel. During the afternoon the families of Carl Schroeder, Wm. Schroeder and Gerhardt Schroeder also came and were supper guests. The afternoon was spent in visiting and singing hymns, with Paul Schroeder at the piano. The day was enjoyed by all present and all departed wishing Mr. and Mrs. Reigel many more happy years.
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