Watertown Gazette, 06 27 1935
Monday evening at Riverside Park a large number of relatives joined Mr. and Mrs. Ruesch and immediate family in a wedding feast.
and Mrs. Ruesch were married on
At the age of 13 Mr. Ruesch entered the shoe business. He worked in the shop of his father, Fred Ruesch, where the Boetter meat market in North Water Street is now conducted. He later succeeded his father as proprietor. For the last 40 years, the store has been located in West Main Street.
Mr. Ruesch’s son, Fred, is engaged in the shoe business with him. Altogether, Mr. Ruesch has been in the shoe business 65 years. He is now 78 years of age and his wife 75 years.
A dinner for about 45 friends and relatives was served at the Green Bowl Tea Shop at Sunday. Open house was held in the afternoon and evening.
On Monday morning at mass was celebrated at St. Henry's Catholic Church by Rev. Father Schwinn.
They are the parents of two sons, Fred and, Arthur, and two daughters, Miss Leona Ruesch, and Sister Bascalis (Frances).
The most hearty congratulations of the citizens of Watertown and hosts of friends elsewhere are extended to this worthy couple and trust they will live in good health and happiness to celebrate many more anniversaries.
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"A pleasant wedding of interest to our citizens took place at the Clyman Catholic church. Rev. Father Murphy, officiating, Tuesday morning, June 23, 1885, being that of Leo Ruesch of this city, and Miss Brigada Holstine of the former place. Joseph Holstine, brother of the bride, and Frances Ruesch, sister of the groom, attended the young couple. The wedding party was a pleasant one, and a number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties from this city were present.
“Mr. Ruesch, who is one of Watertown’s noblest young men, has resided here from his childhood, and has a very large acquaintance who wish him on this happy occasion all the happiness possible. His bride is a very amiable young lady competent to make a bright and happy home for herself and husband. May their matrimonial career be strewn with roses.”
“WOMEN’S SHOE FACTORY ON N. WATER”
History of Watertown, Wisconsin