Mildred J. (1926)
Surnames: VOSS DOMER HANSEN KIND
----Source: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co, WI) 05/14/1926
Voss, Mildred J. (12 MAY 1926)
Miss Mildred Janette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gust C. Voss, was united in marriage to Mr. Theodore H. Domer, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Domer of Unity, and Miss Evelyn Beryl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hansen, became the wife of Mr. Chris F. Kind of Marshfield, Wednesday morning at Veefkind.
The brides were tastily attired in blue silk crepe and tan georgette with picture hats, stockings, and slippers to match and carried arm bouquets of pink and white roses. The grooms wore the conventional blue suits.
The double marriage took place at 9 o'clock in the morning at Veefkind, Rev. E. F. Eske, pastor of the Lutheran Church, reading the ceremony. From there they went to the Davidson Studio at Marshfield for pictures and then to the Blodgett for the wedding dinner. Following the wedding dinner the two happy couples came to their first parting of ways, as Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Domer left on an extended trip through the southern part of the state and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kind left for the northern part of the state for their honeymoon trip.
Miss Mildred is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Voss and is a graduate of the Dodgeville High School class of '23. Since moving here (Dorchester, Clark County, Wis.) the bride has been employed during the summer months by A. W. Notbohm, realtor at Abbotsford. Miss Mildred is well acquainted here and in the surrounding community, and since coming here has made a host of friends.
The groom is well acquainted here also, having been employed last summer at the Dorchester Cheese Factory south of the village. Last fall Mr. Domer purchased a factory west of Curtiss and has been operating it since.
Miss Evelyn Beryl is also the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hansen, residing on the Aller farm south of the village. The bride is not so well acquainted here, as her folks only moved here last fall. She has been employed for the past two years at the Wood County Asylum. The two brides are cousins.
The groom is also employed at the Wood County Asylum at Marshfield, and not very well acquainted here.
We join with our readers in extending to the newly wedded couples congratulations and well wishes.
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