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This marriage was contributed by: Dee Dorn

Chilton Times - Saturday, November 29, 1913

Married at Marshfield

On Tuesday morning at 8:30 o'clock at St. John's church at Marshfield, Rev. Fr. Jos. Folz united in marriage Mr. Paul Tremmel and Miss Theresa Tilger. Miss Barbara Tilger was maid of honor and Mr. Martin B. Erickson acted as best man. Miss Lenora Tremmel was bridesmaid and Mr. Albert Tremmel attended the bridegroom. The bride wore a beautiful gown of white satin and shadow lace and carried a bouquet of yellow roses and lillies of the valley, while the maid of honor and the bridesmaid carried white and pink carnations and ferns.

After the ceremony at the church they were driven to the home of Paul Tremmel, father of the bridegroom, where a wedding breakfast was served and the day spent in merriment. They will begin housekeeping on a farm in the town of Lincoln where the bridegroom has furnished a beautiful home for his bride. The bride is one of Rantoul's fair young ladies and is well and favorably known not only in her home town but in this section, where she is highly esteemed. The bridegroom is one of the popular young men of Marshfield and is no stranger to the people of Chilton and Rantoul for he spent the past two years in this vicinity. The Times extends congratulations.

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