Nebraska State
Marriage Announcements
Saunders County, Nebraska

Anderson-Bostrom
Wahoo, Oct. 6 – Emil N. Anderson and Huldah Bostrom of Malmo were married today at 12 o’clock noon at the home of the groom’s mother, Mrs. Sophia Anderson, in this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Swanbom, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church, in the presence of the family and near relatives. The groom has been employed as clerk at the Smith-Hultin-Anderson company’s general store for several years. The couple left on the afternoon train for Chugwater, Wyo., where they will make their home on a farm.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated October 7, 1913]

Bar-Machovec
Popular Wahoo Couple Married
Wahoo, Neb., Feb. 16 – Miss Antonie Machovec and Faustin Bar were married at St. Wenceslaus Catholic church in this city yesterday morning at 10 o’clock. Rev. Bar, the pastor, assisted by Revs. Branch of Omaha and Vicek of South Omaha, officiating. A big crowd witnessed the ceremony. Mr. Bar is a young business man of this city and his bride is an excellent young lady. Both stand high in church circles.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated February 17, 1898]

Crawford-Miller
Trace Crawford and Miss Myrtle Miller were united in marriage yesterday at Lincoln. These young people live in Wahoo.
[Source: Omaha World-Herald (Omaha, Nebraska), dated October 19, 1895]

Johnson-Frush
Wahoo, Oct. 6 – Frans Johnson and Miss Effie Combs Frush were married this morning at 9 o’clock at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. Frush. The Rev. J.W. Larkin, pastor of the Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony. The groom has been connected with the Saunders County National bank for a number of years, and at present is a cashier of the Swedeburg State bank. After a two weeks’ stay at Scottsbluff, they will take up their residence in Wahoo.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated October 7, 1913]

Lemkuhl-Beebe
Wahoo, Neb., Oct. 18 – Ed Lemkuhl and Miss Grace Beebe were married last night at the home of the bride’s parents in this city. Rev. McClurken performed the ceremony in the presence of about fifty relatives and friends.
Mr. Lemkuhl is a young man of good business ability and has a position with the First National bank at that place. The bride is a society favorite and has a wide acquaintance.
[Source: Omaha World-Herald (Omaha, Nebraska), dated October 19, 1895]

Longfellow-Peoples
An Editor Married
Wahoo, Neb., June 3 – The people of Wahoo were quite happily surprised today by the announcement of the marriage of Mr. P.R. Longfellow of Idalia, Col., and Miss Millie E. Peoples of this city. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Hull of the M.E. church in the presence of only a few of the most intimate friends. The groom is one of the editors of the Idalia, Col., Sentinel, and the bride has been for a number of years one of the most energetic and painstaking teachers in our public schools. They are both well and favorably known in this city, and receive the best wishes of their many friends. They leave tomorrow for Colorado, where they will make their future home.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated June 4, 1889]

Magee-Price
Married at Wahoo, August 2, Mr. Louis Magee and Miss Price, both of Valparaiso. Both parties are well and favorably known here where they have resided for some time, but they had no need to have gone to Wahoo to tie the knot, as we have three ministers that need patronage. We believe in patronizing home institutions. Mr. and Mrs. Magee go to Lincoln to live.
[Source: Lincoln Evening Call (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated August 6, 1892]

Mohler-Olds
School Teachers Married
Wahoo, Neb., July 31 – The M.E. church last night at Weston was the scene of a pretty marriage ceremony in which the contracting parties were Professor W.S. Mohler and Miss Bitha Olds. Rev. D.R. Phillips was the officiating clergyman. The floral decorations were elaborate, the most attractive being a large arch composed of evergreens and flowers, under which the bride and groom stood while taking the solemn obligation. Professor Mohler has been principal of the West schools for two years and is one of Saunders county’s most successful teachers. The bride is also a teacher and stands high in social and education circles. The couple will spend their honeymoon at the world’s fair.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated August 1, 1893]

Parkington-Granger
Frank E. Parkington and his bride, who were married at Wahoo Tuesday morning, were given a reception at Temple hall Tuesday night. A large company of the friends of the newly married couple were present and dancing was the principal feature of the evening’s entertainment. The bride was Miss Clara Granger of Wahoo.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated January 3, 1889]

Sandberg-Shanahan
Business Man Married
Wahoo, Neb., Feb. 27 – L.A. Sandberg and Miss Anna Shanahan were united in marriage yesterday at St. Augustine’s Catholic church, Father Striker performing the ceremony. The groom is one of Saunders county’s well-known and prominent young business men.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated February 28, 1900]

Sherman-Negley
An Editor Married
Wahoo, Neb., July 1 – John T. Sherman, editor of the Wahoo Democrat, and Miss Helen R. Negley of this city were united in marriage yesterday in the presence of their immediate friends, Rev. S.R. Belleville of the First Presbyterian church officiating. The newly-wedded couple started east on a wedding trip. Both have hosts of friends in this city who unite in extending congratulations and best wishes.
[Source: Lincoln Daily News (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated July 1 1892]

Wallace-Berggren
Professor Charles William Wallace of the faculty of the Western Normal college, was married in Wahoo, Neb., Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock, to Miss Hulda Alphreda Berggren of that place. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B. Berggren by Rev. S.R. Bellville of the Presbyterian church in the presence of relatives and a few invited guests. Miss Ollie Wallace, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid, and Mr. Berggren, brother of the bride was groomsman. The bride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and belongs to one of the most prominent families of Wahoo. The young couple were the recipients of many costly and beautiful presents, among others, a beautiful piano from the parents of the bride. They left Wahoo at 8 o’clock and came directly to Lincoln.
[Source: Nebraska State Journal (Lincoln, Nebraska), dated June 18, 1893]





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