July 1, 1905
A very pretty wedding took place at the home of the bride's parents on Tuesday, June 27, when Miss Ethel E. Dixon and Gus Limburg were joined in wedlock by Rev. J. Fish, of Stockbridge. The bride was tastefully gowned in white silk and carried yellow roses. A bountiful dinner was served to about 75 friends, who assisted in showering the couple with rice as the left town on the 4:25 train. After a trip to Rockford, Ill., Beloit and some northern towns, they will make their home in Kaukauna where the groom is a successful railroad employee. The guests from out of town were Mrs. H. Fields, of Plymouth, Mrs. Geo. Russell, A. C. Coy, of Green Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bachelor, of Bear Creek, Misses Lizzie and May Rilling of Oshkosh.
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