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Bartley, Nellie

Married, Monday, Dec. 4, 1911, by Judge W. M. Hunt, Mr. Wilbur McDonald and Miss Nellie Bartley. The groom is the scond son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. M. McDonald of Mount Pleasant township and the bride is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartley of Oxford township. Both of the contracting parties were reared in this community and the Star joins their many friends in wishing then a happy and prosperous journey thru life.

07 Dec 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Beggs, Mrs. Ellen A.

Walton -- Beggs
At the M. E. Parsonage on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 22nd occurred the marriage of Allen J. Walton of Bryant, Sask., and Mrs. Ellen A. Beggs of Maryville, N. Dak., Rev. R. J. Hicks officiating. The beautiful and impressive ring ceremony of the Methodist church being used. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlop. The groom is a prosperous young farmer living a mile and a half from Bryant, Saskatchewan. The happy couple left on the evening train for Bryant, where they will reside on the grooms farm. The very best wishes of all go with them to their new home.

Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota
23 Nov 1911

Vicki Hartman

Bourassa, Tobaldo

Miss Clara Gregoire and Mr. Tobaldo Bourassa were married at Grand Froks on the nineteenth of this month. The contracting parties are well known and are among the most popular of St. John's young people. Everybody wishes them a long and happy future.

26 Oct 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Drewes, Deidreich

A quiet wedding ceremony was performed Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the M. E. parsonage by Rev. M. D. Wickard, the contracting parties being Mr. Deiderich Drewes, a farmer living north of Perth, and Miss Martha M. Freyer of Elsworth, Wis. The bride has been employed as teacher of a rural school near Perth for some time. Teh young couple departed soon after the ceremony for the home of the bride's parents in Wisconsin on their honeymoon trip. - Churchs' Ferry Sun.

16 Nov 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Freyer, Martha M.

A quiet wedding ceremony was performed Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the M. E. parsonage by Rev. M. D. Wickard, the contracting parties being Mr. Deiderich Drewes, a farmer living north of Perth, and Miss Martha M. Freyer of Elsworth, Wis. The bride has been employed as teacher of a rural school near Perth for some time. Teh young couple departed soon after the ceremony for the home of the bride's parents in Wisconsin on their honeymoon trip. - Churchs' Ferry Sun.

16 Nov 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Gregoire, Clara

Miss Clara Gregoire and Mr. Tobaldo Bourassa were married at Grand Froks on the nineteenth of this month. The contracting parties are well known and are among the most popular of St. John's young people. Everybody wishes them a long and happy future.

26 Oct 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

McDonald, Wilbur

Married, Monday, Dec. 4, 1911, by Judge W. M. Hunt, Mr. Wilbur McDonald and Miss Nellie Bartley. The groom is the scond son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. M. McDonald of Mount Pleasant township and the bride is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartley of Oxford township. Both of the contracting parties were reared in this community and the Star joins their many friends in wishing then a happy and prosperous journey thru life.

07 Dec 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Ray, Myrtle

On Thursday, Sept. 27, at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mr. D. O. Slyter, of Tarsus, Mr. Ray O. Slyter and Miss Myrtle Ray, of Dunseith, were united in Holy wedlock. The bride was charmingly gowned in white. Miss Lord was bridesmaid, Mr. don Slyter best man. After the ceremony the company sat down to a fine dinner. Rev. Montagne Bickle read the service.

12 Oct 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Rees, Alice

Miss Alice Rees of Fort Totten, N. Dak:, was married in the Episcopal church at Devils Lake, on Nov. 6, 1911 to Mr. Earl Stevens, a properous farmer of Tokio. The bride is a sister of Mrs. W. A. Duncan and A. E. Rees of Rolla, and is well and favorably known in this community. Her many friends here extend best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Stevens for a happy and prosperous journey through life.

07 Dec 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Slyter, Ray O.

On Thursday, Sept. 27, at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mr. D. O. Slyter, of Tarsus, Mr. Ray O. Slyter and Miss Myrtle Ray, of Dunseith, were united in Holy wedlock. The bride was charmingly gowned in white. Miss Lord was bridesmaid, Mr. don Slyter best man. After the ceremony the company sat down to a fine dinner. Rev. Montagne Bickle read the service.

12 Oct 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Stevens, Earl

Miss Alice Rees of Fort Totten, N. Dak:, was married in the Episcopal church at Devils Lake, on Nov. 6, 1911 to Mr. Earl Stevens, a properous farmer of Tokio. The bride is a sister of Mrs. W. A. Duncan and A. E. Rees of Rolla, and is well and favorably known in this community. Her many friends here extend best wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Stevens for a happy and prosperous journey through life.

07 Dec 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Walton, Allen J.

Walton -- Beggs
At the M. E. Parsonage on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 22nd occurred the marriage of Allen J. Walton of Bryant, Sask., and Mrs. Ellen A. Beggs of Maryville, N. Dak., Rev. R. J. Hicks officiating. The beautiful and impressive ring ceremony of the Methodist church being used. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlop. The groom is a prosperous young farmer living a mile and a half from Bryant, Saskatchewan. The happy couple left on the evening train for Bryant, where they will reside on the grooms farm. The very best wishes of all go with them to their new home.

Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota
23 Nov 1911

Vicki Hartman

Williams, Bertha

Wilson--Williams
At the Methodist parsonage Thanksgiving day at 10 o'clock, occurred the marriage of Clifford G. Wilson and Bertha Williams. Rev. R. J. Hicks officiating. A sister of the bride, Miss Orpha Williams acted as bride's maid and Glen Williams a brother of the bride as best man. The ring ceremony of the Methodist Episcopal church was used. Both young people are wll known amoung their many friends in Rolla. Mr. Wilson who has been making his home here for some time came from Michigan, where his mother Mrs. Joseph Wilson, still resides. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams living near Rolla. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will make their home with the bride's parents as the groom has contracted to assist Mr. Williams for at least a year in the management of the farm.

07 Dec 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

Wilson, Clifford G.

Wilson--Williams
At the Methodist parsonage Thanksgiving day at 10 o'clock, occurred the marriage of Clifford G. Wilson and Bertha Williams. Rev. R. J. Hicks officiating. A sister of the bride, Miss Orpha Williams acted as bride's maid and Glen Williams a brother of the bride as best man. The ring ceremony of the Methodist Episcopal church was used. Both young people are wll known amoung their many friends in Rolla. Mr. Wilson who has been making his home here for some time came from Michigan, where his mother Mrs. Joseph Wilson, still resides. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams living near Rolla. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will make their home with the bride's parents as the groom has contracted to assist Mr. Williams for at least a year in the management of the farm.

07 Dec 1911
Turtle Mountain Star
Rolla, North Dakota

Vicki Hartman

 

 

 

 






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