Bohach – Hyke Marriage License Issued 1912
BOHACH, BOHAC, HYKE
Posted By: Joy Moore (email)
Date: 4/19/2021 at 17:09:13
Source: Twice-A-Week Plain Dealer Feb. 6, 1912, P-FP, C-4
The following marriage licenses were issued by Clerk Blandin, during the last week:
Joe Bohach, 25.. .Ft. Atkinson, Ia.
Sophia Hyke, 21...Cresco, Iowa
Source: Twice-A-Week Plain Dealer Feb. 9, 1912, P-LP, C-5,6
On Tuesday Feb. 6, 1912, occurred the marriage of Mr. Joseph Bohac and Miss Sophie Hyke. The ceremonies wore performed in the Holy Trinity church, Rev. Lakomy officiating. The writer extends heartiest congratulations.
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Again another of our girls has left us; Sophia Hyke was married to Joseph Bohac of Fort Atkinson, Tuesday, the 6th. The daytime was spent at the home of the bride’s parents in merrymaking, and the evening was spent in dancing at the Schley hall to the music of Prochaska’s Orchestra. A large crowd participated in the affair and had a good time. Here are congratulations
Source: Twice-A-Week Plain Dealer Feb. 16, 1912, P-FP, C-6
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, Feb. 6th, 1912, at Holy Trinity church at Protivin, Iowa, occurred the marriage of Mr. Joseph Bohach and Miss Sophia Hyke. Nuptial high mass was celebrated and the ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Lakomy.
The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bohach of Winneshiek county.
The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hyke of Howard county where the bride has grown to womanhood.
The bride was attired in a very beautiful and attractive costume of cream silk messaline with ball trimming, and wore the bridal wreath and veil. The groom wore the conventional black. The bride was attended by Miss Helen Bohach, and the best man was George Skoda, cousin of the groom.
Immediately after the ceremony the party retired to the home of the bride's parents where a sumptuous wedding dinner was prepared, and a most enjoyable time was had by all. Only a few relatives, neighbors and friends were present.
The afternoon was spent in singing and social chatting. After supper the bridal party left for Schley where a free dance was given in the hall by the groom. Prochaska’s harp orchestra of Protivin furnished the music. At a late hour the wedded couple left for their home taking with them the best wishes for a long happy married life.
The young couple were the recipients of beautiful and costly presents. We are sorry to note they will not remain in our midst and the bride will be missed by a host of friends. The young couple will make their future home on a farm near Ft. Atkinson. The Plain Dealer joins in wishing this young couple a long and happy married life.
Transcriber's Note: The groom's last name is spelled two different ways.
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