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Boden - Brown

Miss Brown and Mr. Boden recite vows at Auburn

AUBURN (Special) Miss Margaret Ann Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foy Brown, Table Rock, and Martin Boden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boden of Nemaha, were married in a double ring ceremony at Trinity Lutheran Church.  The Rev. H. Schooler officiated.

The bride chose a white lace and taffeta gown and her veil was held by a seeded crown.  She carried a white Bible topped with red roses.

Mrs. Larry McMahnn of Brownville, sister of the bride, and Bob Boden of auburn, brother of the groom, were the only attendants.

At the reception, Mrs. Leland Bohling of Omaha, sister of the broom, cut and served the cake.  Pouring were Mrs. Cecil Bacon, of Plattamough, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Don Brown, Pawnee City, sister-in-law of the bride.

Mrs. Arnold Gobber, sister of the groom, registered the guests and Mrs. Bob Boden, sister-in-law of the groom, arranged the gifts.

Following a short honeymoon, the couple is at home at Brownville.

Beatrice Daily Sun (Beatrice, Nebraska) Friday, December 6, 1963
Transcribed and contributed by:  Jim Dezotell


Allen - Minick    

Items From Nemaha

Special Dispatch to the World Herald

Nemaha, Nebraska, May 20. --- Cards are out for the marriage of Elmer E. Allen, cashier of the Bank of Nemaha, to Miss Lillian Minick, post mistress of Nemaha, on June 10.

Miss Minick has resigned as post mistress and W. W. Sanders, editor of the Nemaha Advertiser, has been appointed in her place.

May 31, 1903
Omaha World Herald (Omaha, Nebraska) Volume: XXXIX Issue: 233 Page: 6

 

Chandler Morton   

Mr. Herbert Chandler and Miss Cora Morton were married at Auburn, Wednesday, February 26, 1908.

They returned to Nemaha that afternoon. They are receiving the congratulations and best wishes of their many friends. That night a crowd of the young folks, (and some of the older ones)gave them a lively chivari, and were treated by the groom.

The Nebraska Advertiser
February 28, 1908



 

 

 

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