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Cormier - Benson Certificate of Marriage
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Church of Saint Joseph - Henderson, Minnesota
That Sidney Cormier and Amelia Benson Married on the 9th day of November 1897 of the state of Minnesota. Rev W.B.G Jansen officiating in the presence of Albert Cormier and Effie Dougal Witnesses as appears from the Marriage Register of this Church.
Baldwin - Ranney
Source: Grand Forks Herald (6 May 1911) submitted by FoFG MZ
On Wednesday, April 26, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Ranney, in New Auburn, Minn., occurred the marriage of their daughter, Blanche L., to Edward C. Baldwin, of McVille, N.D.
The ceremony was performed at ? o’clock in the evening and was simple, neat and quiet, their being no invitations extended other than to the immediate family and the young couple’s intimate friends. Rev. M. Harry, pastor of the Baptist church at New Auburn, in an impressive manner, performed the marriage tie.
The bride was becomingly attired in pure white and carried a beautiful bouquet of bridal roses, and looked the very queen that her life characterizes her to be. The groom wore dark. Immediately after the ceremony, the guests were escorted to the dining room where they partook of a delicious wedding supper, the bride remembering each with a generous slice of her cake.
The bride is one of the choicest young ladies. From a little girl she has grown up in the midst of a host of friends and acquaintances in New Auburn, having been born in that village and her school days spent there. She has been a bright star in the home circle and now has gone to reign as queen in her own home. She is well known and highly esteemed in our midst, having spent a couple of years in McVille just prior to her marriage. She has a number of relatives residing here.
The groom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Baldwin, of the Baldwin farm just east of town, and he needs no introduction to our people, for he has lived here for many years and has been one of the jolly good fellows of our social circle. He will have charge of the farm in the future as in the past.
The love and esteem in which this worthy couple is held was shown by the numerous and beautiful presents received both at New Auburn and in McVille since their arrival.
The guests being present were Rev. and Mrs. H. Harry, Mr. and Mrs. W. Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Shadinger of New Auburn, Mrs. P. A. Charles of Mason City, Iowa, Cecil J. Ranney of Wildrose, N.D. Miss Lillion V. Reimers of New Auburn and Harry M. Case of McVille, N.D., acted as the young couple’s witnesses.
The bride and groom left on Thursday for a short trip to Minneapolis. The bride’s traveling suit was of a pretty brown effect with hat to match. The young couple stopped at Casselton on their return to McVille, arriving this week Tuesday to make their home on the Baldwin farm a mile east of this place.
They have the sincere wish of the Journal for a long and happy life and their many friends are extending their very best wishes of success.
Chelberg - Nelson
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Monday, 25 Mar. 1912; transcribed by FoFG mz
Gibbon, Minn. – The marriage of Alice Mabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Nelson, to Oscar Chelberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Chelberg of Cambridge, Rev. Mr. Anderson officiating, took place in the city hall. The bridal procession entered the hall, keeping step to the march “Love’s Golden Dream,” played by Miss Helen Strom. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Nora Nelson, and Miss Annetta Isenberg. The groom was attended by his brother August Chelberg and Henry Nelson, a brother of the bride.
The Irish Standard (Minneapolis, MN), August 15, 1908, page 8
Gaylord, Minn.-Wednesday, July 29, occurred the marriage of Margaret Gallagher, daughter of Mrs. M. Gallagher, of Alfsborg, to George E. Hall, of New Auburn, at the home of Rev. Fr. Rant of Arlington, Rev. Rant reading the service. Miss Nellie Gallagher sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid while William Hall, brother of the groom, acted as best man.
Maxon - Crippen
Source: Winthrop News (MN) Nov. 3, 1932, page 3; submitted by Robin Line.
The marriage of Miss Dorothy Evangeline Crippen and Dr. A. Sherman Maxon took place at a pretty candle light service Saturday afternoon at the home of the Bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Crippen, 10 North Greenwich street, Rev. David R. Martin performing the ceremony at 4:30 o'clock. Miss Rhoda Crippen of Minneapolis, cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid and Paul Johnson of St. Paul, a fraternity brother of the groom, acted as best man. The bride is a graduate of Austin high school with the class of 1928, after which she attended the University of Minnesota. She was employed for the last two years as private secretary in the Engineering Department of the University of Minnesota. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Maxon of Michigan City, Indiana, and is a graduate of the College of Dentistry, University of Minnesota. Dr. Maxon is practicing in Gaylord, where he and his bride will make their home.
Olson - Swenson
Winthrop News, Nov. 16, 1922, page 1 (Winthrop, MN) contributed by rll
Popular Young People Plight Troth
Miss Huldha Swenson and Clarence Olson United in Marriage At Duluth.
Miss Hulda Heldine Swenson and Mr. clarence Edward Olson, well known young people, were united in marriage at Duluth, Monday, November 6th. Rev. Olson of Duluth, read the marriage ceremony.
The bride was attended by Miss Alice Swanson of Cornish. The bride wore dark blue poviet twill suit and carried a bouquet of bridal roses and lily of the valley and ferns. The bridesmaid wore dark blue tricotine suit and carried a bouquet of mixed sweet peas.
The groom was attended by Mr. Victor Swenson of Duquette, a brother of the bride.
The bride is a daughter of Mrs. C. J. Swenson of Duquette, formerly of Gibbon, and Mr. Olson is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson of Cornish.
The newlyweds are making a two weeks visit with relatives and friends after their return they will take charge of the farm home in Cornish. Congratulations.
Source: Family history, rll
Gustvae Herman Steffer to Florentina Agusta Mueller July 17, 1884, McLeod County, Minnesota.
Winthrop News (Winthrop, MN), November 16, 1922, page 3, rllSylwester - Schulte
As we go to press we are informed of the marriage of Miss Irvinia Magdalene Quist to Mr. Lawrence B. Swanson. The marriage was solemnized at Minneapolis Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Rudolph Peterson of that city, officiating. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kreiser of Minneapolis, the latter a sister of the bride. The bride wore a pretty gown of Boblink colored canton crepe and both her and attendant wore corsage bouquets. The bride of this happy event is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Quist, and the groom son of Mrs. N. P. Swanson, both of Winthrop. They number among our popular and highly esteemed young people and the News joins in wishing them a successful and happy journey thru life.
Source: Winthrop News (MN) Oct. 18, 1923, page 1; submitted by rll.
Schulte Home Is Scene of Wedding
Gusta Schulte Led to The altar by George Sylwester-Rev. Gade Performs Ceremony.
Miss Gusta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schulte of Sibley, became the bride of George F. Sylwester, eldest son of Mr. and Mr.s Wm. Sylwester of Alfsborg, on Wednesday, Oct. 10th. The wedding service was held at 2 o'clock at Immanuel Lutheran church, Rev. Gade conducting the rites in the presence of a host of relatives and friends of the the young couple. Mrs. E.H. H. Gade sang "Sei du mit mir," and Prof. O.H. Weisenborn played the wedding march.
The bridal procession entered the church at the appointed hour, the groom and brother, followed by the maid of honor and bridesmaid, the bride being led to the altar by her father, who gave her in marriag
The bride was prettily attired in a dark blue canton crepe dress and wore a dark blue canton crepe hat to match and carried a pretty bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley on ribbons. Miss Alvina, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and wore a dark blue canton crepe dress with hat to match and carried carnations and roses. Mrs. Henry Schulte was maid of honor and wore a dark blue crepe de chine dress and hat to match and also carried carnations and roses. The groom wore a dark blue suit. Clarence, brother of the groom, was best man, and also wore dark blue. The church and home were prettily decorated with autumn leaves.
Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte, Arthur and Roy Miller, Miss Edna Wolfgrom, Fred, Emil and Clarence Bierstedt, Fred Oswald, all of Fenton, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Robert fisher and daughter Harriet of Arlington, Mr. and Mrs John Fisher of Blakeley, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Siemering and sons Everett and Velbe of New Ulm.
The reception held in the afternoon and evening was greatly enjoyed by the large assemblage of invited guests. Many useful and pretty gifts ere bestowed on the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Sylwester are among this community's most popular young people and have a host of friends who wish them good luck. They will go to housekeeping on a farm in Alfsborg township.-Hub.
Trebelhorn - Neubarth
Source: Winthrop News (MN) Nov. 24, 1932, page 1; submitted by rll
YOUNG COUPLE PLIGHT TROTH
Wedding Took Place at Zion Lutheran Church on Sunday Afternoon, Nov. 20th
A pretty church wedding took place Sunday afternoon, Nov. 20th, at 2 P.M. when Miss Dorothy Neubarth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Neubarth of this city, became the life companion of Mr. Alexander Trebelhorn of Cornish. The event took place at the Zion Ev. Lutheran church, the Rev. C.W. A. Kuehner officiating.
The bride was attired in a gown of white silk flat crep, trimmed with white fur, and a veil in cap shape caught with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of pink carnations and baby breath.
Miss Mabel Perschau of Brownton, a cousin of the bride, acted as bridesmaid. She wore a pink satin gown and also wearing a corsage of carnations. The maid of honor, Miss Mary Trebelhorn, was attired in yellow satin, she, also wearing a corsage of carnations.
The groom's attendants were Bennie Neubarth, a brother of the bride, and John Trebelhorn, the groom's brother.
After the ceremony a wedding reception was held at the home of the bride's parents to the immediate relatives and a few friends.
The out-of-town guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Neubarth and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Perschau and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stemberger, all of Glencoe; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Perschau, Mr. and Mrs. Evald Neubarth, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Helmer, of Brownton; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Senske of Henderson; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schilling and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Plaman, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pinman, of Gaylord.
The newlyweds will make Winthrop their home for the present. Both the bride and groom are well and favorably known locally and the News joins with their many friends on extending congratulations.Zumberge - Lindorf
Wescott - MacKenzie
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Sunday, 18 Feb. 1912; transcribed by FoFG mz
Gaylord, Minn. – Ethelyn Genevieve, only daughter of Rep. and Mrs. George A. MacKenzie of Gaylord was married to William Henry Wescott of Wescott, Minn. Rev. O. A. Barnes of Winthrop officiated. The wedding took place at the bride’s home, only a few friends being present. Mrs. Henry S. Deming of Hector was matron of honor and C. H. MacKenzie, brother of the bride, attended the bridegroom. They will reside at Wescott, Minn. Mr. Wescott is a prominent member of the legislature, and is serving his third term.
[Source: Winthrop News (MN) Dec. 8, 1932, page 4; submitted by rll]
(Hub, Friday, Dec. 2nd)
The St. Paul's Ev. Church of Henderson, was the scene of a simple but pretty wedding on Thanksgiving evening at 8:15 when Miss Myrtle Lindorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lindorf of Sibley was united in marriage to Mr. Emil Zumberge, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Zumberge of Green Isle. Rev. M. Lehman conducted the double ring ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister Miss Ella Lindorf as maid of honor and Miss Elsie Scheele, niece of the groom, as the bridesmaids.
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