The “Mariage” banner that was covering another fade looks like “Federal Stoves” or “stoves.” Enzo and I were hoping to be the next couple for the Mariage Magazine cover since we did get married in Canada- Toronto. We’re still waiting to hear from them.
Thank you SCOTUS for hearing these two Marriage Equality cases. I am hoping you do what is RIGHT for America.
THEODORE POEHLER. Of the able and large-hearted Germans who emigrated from the fatherland when Kansas was one of the frontier territories of the United States, none hold a more secure place in the admiration and affection of living pioneers and their descendants than Theodore Poehler, whose death occurred at Lawrence, December 31, 1901, a few days after he had entered his seventieth year. He stood for industry, thrift, a broad business outlook, warm affections, a Christian charity, practical usefulness, wide culture and thoroughness in education, as well as every other activity of life. Besides his many good works, a monument to his name still endures in that prosperous and widely extended establishment known as the Theodore Poehler Mercantile Company. – State Library of Kansas – GenWeb Archives