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This Marriage was contributed by: Connie Michaels-Lipp

MOHR, Walter-GAHAGAN, Grace


Miss Grace Gahagan, town of Mitchell, was feted at a miscellaneous shower given for her by her aunts, the Mesdames Joe and Ed Gahagan at St. Mary's hall in Cascade Sunday afternoon. Eight tables played cards, honors being won by Margaret Slattery, Mrs. W.E. Slattery, Mrs. Benno Murray, Mrs. Wilmer Klahn and Mrs. Joe Karosas in 500, and by Mrs. Elsie Gahagan in sheepshead. The honored guest was the recipient of many lovely presents and a purse of money. Her marriage to Walter Mohr will take place at St. Mary's church in Cascade Saturday morning at 9:30 o'clock.


MISS GAHAGAN IS WEDDED TO WALTER MOHR SATURDAY Three attendants preceded Miss Grace Gahagan to the front of St. Mary's church in Cascade on Saturday morning when she became the bride of Walter Mohr of Campbellsport in a 9:30 o'clock nuptial mass performed by the Rev. Clarence Schouten.

The bridegroom's niece, Miss Jean Hochrein, was the maid of honor, and a cousin of the bride, Miss Eileen Gahagan, and the bridegroom's niece, Miss Dorothy Hochrein, were chosen as the bridesmaids. Serving as best man was Thomas Gahagan, brother of the bride, and the groomsman was Leo Shea. Thirty guests were present at the wedding dinner served at the Curtiss Hotel, Plymouth, and in the evening a reception and supper was attended by 60 relatives and friends, who were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Gahagan, parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Mrs. Mary Mohr, Mt. Calvary.

After graduating from Plymouth High school and the Sheboygan County Normal school, the former Miss Gahagan taught in the county for four years, and for a year was a supervisor at the Kohler Co. She will resume her teaching profession this fall at the Rathbun school.

Those from away who were present for the wedding were the following: Sgt. Ben Mohr, Chico, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Damrow, and son, Billy, Mrs. Edward Droege, Miss Agatha Lossner, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Slattery, Milwaukee; Mrs. Mary Mohr, Alfred Mohr, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scharge, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scharge, Rufus Alber, Mt. Calvary; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bertram, Mr. and and Mrs. Sheridan Shea, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shea, Miss Cathrine Curran, Leo Shea, Campbellsport; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hochrein and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gahagan, Sheboygan Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Steiner, Plymouth. (handwritten: PRESS Aug. 30 1944)

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