08 Sep 1914 Aberdeen Daily American
Miss Hattie Diehl and Len Elder, both living northeast of Timber Lake, were married last week, Rev. Britten officiating. They go to Oklahoma on a trip. They will reside on their farm five miles northeast of Timber Lake.
Aberdeen American (10 Sept. 1916) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Firesteel - Sam Bristol and Miss Hilda Nelson were married at Timber Lake Monday, Sept. 25, and will make their home on the groom's claim near here.
Aberdeen American (3 June 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Timberlake - Married, Miss Elizabeth Olive Rittler and Earl Hard, at Bison. Mr. Hard is a business man of Timber Lake, and the bride is a resident of Faith.
The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom's father J. H. Hard.
After a brief visit at Lemmon and Meadow, the young people returned to Timber Lake, where they will make their home.
Aberdeen American (5 June 1918) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Isabel - Miss Vera Halmstead and Oliver Jewett were married at Dupree by Rev. Blauhart of the Congregational church. The young couple took the train immediately after the ceremony for a short honeymoon trip. They will make their home here.