Moon - Hoffman
Grand Forks Herald (17 June 1916) submitted by FoFG MZ
The marriage of Miss Marie Hoffman and Harold Moon, both of Fairmount, took place at Breckenridge, Minn. The young couple will make their home at Fairmount.
Newkirk - Spear
- - - [Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) March 12, 1904] mkk
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Spear announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Ruth Spear to Dr. Harris Dana Newkirk of Wolverton, Minn., which will take place Thursday evening, April 7, in Trinity Methodist church. A reception will follow the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents.
- - - [Source: Minneapolis Journal (MN) April 7, 1904] mkk
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Spear gave the bridal dinner last evening for their daughter Ruth and Dr. Harris D. Newkirk of Wolverton, Minn., whose wedding will take place this evening in Trinity M. E. church. Daffodils and similax made a pretty table decoration and the places of the bridal couple were designated with bows of white ribbon. After dinner there was a rehearsal at the church. The fifteen guests were Miss Spear, Dr. Newkirk, Mr. and Mrs. Spear, the maid of honor, Miss Hendricks the little flower girl, Bernice Ransom; the Misses Newkirk and Iris Newkirk; the ushers, Claude Haney, Archibald Gibbons, Walter jamieson, William Sudduth, with Mrs. Jamieson and Mrs. Sudduth, and the best man, Clinton Smith.
Ordway - Ackerman
Webb - Ackerman
[Source: The Bismarck Tribune (ND) June 21, 1917; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman]
DOUBLE WEDDING WHEN SISTERS BECOME BRIDES Hettinger, N. D., June 21 - The Lutheran church at Bucyrus was the scene of a double wedding, when Miss Bonnie Ackerman became the bride of Clifford Ordway and Miss Clove Ackerman was married to George Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Ordway will reside in Sioux City, Ia., and Mr. and Mrs. Webb at Foxholme, Minn.
Sterling - Gustman
[Hankinson (ND) News, September 5, 1929] submitted by Kim Torp
PRETTY HOME WEDDING SUNDAY
A pretty home wedding was solemnized Tuesday afternoon at the Frank Gustman place when Miss Rachel W. Gustman became the bride of Mr. R. Earl Sterling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sterling, of Breckenridge, MN., Rev. Meier officiating. The four attendants were Misses Hannah and Ella Gustman, sisters of the bride, and Oscar Sterling, brother of the groom, and Harry Gustman, brother of the bride. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gustman, was attired in a dress of white georgette with a cap effect veil to match, and carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses, baby breath and ferns. The bridesmaids were gowned in peach and yellow georgette, and the groom wore conventional blue. Only immediate relatives and friends were present, and following the service a dinner was served to seventy-five guests. The newlyweds will leave this week for Iowa on a short honeymoon trip and after their return will be at home on the groom's farm near Breckenridge, MN. The bride is well and favorably known through this community and she and her husband have the best wishes of all for a happy married life.
Triplet - Robinson
St. Paul Daily Globe, February 14, 1896, Saint Paul, Minnesota, transcribed by Peggy Thompson
Wedded at Moorhead
Special to the Globe
Wahpeton, N. D., Feb. 13 - Dr. M. N. Triplet and Miss Edith B. Robinson were quietly married at Moorhead yesterday. The groom is a prominent politician and physician of this city, and recently obtained a divorce from his wife. The bride is the daughter of the judge of probate of Wilkin County, Minnesota. The marriage created a sensation.
Wilson - Karpishek
[Source: Wahpeton Times (Wahpeton, ND) May 18, 1905] mkk
Married on Tuesday, May 16, 1905, in Trinity church, Wahpeton, by the Rev. Wm. Watson, rector.. Edwin WIlliam Wilson to Miss Mary Josephin Karpishek of Breckenridge, Minn.