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Douglas County, South Dakota

Marriages, Engagements, Anniversaries


Groom: Carl Hildebrand (born: 25 Dec. 1920 Indiana)
Parents: Otto F. Hildebrand & Flora Bracht
Bride: Irma C. Skiles (born: 13 Sept. 1921 Indiana)
Parents: Wade H. McBarnes & Carrie Ehling
Married: 15 June 1946 at Delmont, Douglas County, South Dakota
Source: Indiana Marriages (1811-1959)
Contributed by Marla Zwakman

Aberdeen American (22 July 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ

Delmont - Margaret Foley of Olivet and W. G. Abboth of Tyndall were married at Olivet on July 11. They will make their residence at Tyndall.

Republican (Mitchell, South Dakota (Sunday, Oct. 3, 1920) submitted by FoFG MZ

Ruth Adelaide Darling of Mitchell and Walter Meyer of Armour were married in Mitchell Tuesday, September 28. They will make their home in Armour after November 1.

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
March, 1952
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Dierks of Armour announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Jean to Rueben H. Knodel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Knodel of Armour. No date has been set for the coming event.

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Unknown date
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

Mr. and Mrs. Isak Isakson, Corsica, announce the engagement of their daughter Maxine to Francis Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthon G. Nelson, White Lake. Both Miss Isakson and her fiance are attending Dakota Wesleyan University. No definite date has been set for the wedding.

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Wednesday, January 9, 1952


Corsica - In a double wedding at the Christian Reformed church Christmas day, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Noteboom of Corsica were wed.
Miss Viola Grayce Noteboom of Chicago, beame the bride of Pvt. John B. Vander Tuin of Ft. Lee, Va., son of Mr. and Mrs. Bonne Vander Tuin of Harrison. Miss Doris Mae Noteboom of Corsica was married to Dennis L. Markus, of Harrison, son of Mrs. Jennie Markus of Harrison.
Rev. J. Van Beek read the double ring ceremonies, which united the couples in matrimony.
Duane Krediet, soloist, sang "Because," before the ceremony, and "Wedding Prayer," immediately afterwards. Miss Marlene Markus, organist, accompanied the vocalist, and played a prelude of nuptial music. Traditional wedding marches were used for the processional and recessional.
The brides, given in marriage by their father, wore identical gowns of candlelight skinner's satin, fashioned with high neckline, chantilly lace yoke, and full skirts falling entrain. Close ritting lace caps held their fingertip veils. They carried arrangements of white gardenias and stephanotis on white Bibles.
Miss Grace Hoving of Chicago was Miss Viola's maid of honor, and Miss Mardell Tecklenberg was Miss Doris Mae's maid of honor. Both wore dark green satin gowns, fashioned similar to those of the brides'. They carried colonial bouquest of bronze pompons and yellow mums.
Pfc. Lloyd Krediet, of Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., was Mr. Vander Tuin's attendant, and Milford Markus of Huorn was attendant to his brother.
Ushers were Stanley Noteboom, John Feenstra and Pvt. Henry Johngsma, the latter from Fort Jackson, S. C.
A reception was held in the high school auditorium following the ceremony for the families of the couples. In the evening, there was a reception with young people of churches to which the couples belonged, as guests.
Both brides are graduates of Corsica high school and Soutern State Teachers' College. Mrs. Vander Tuin is teaching in Chicago and returned to her school after a brief honeymoon. Mrs. Mar(k)us is teaching in a Douglas county school.
Pvt. Vander Tuin is stationed at Camp Lee, Va., and has returnedt o his camp. Mr. Markus served three years in the Navy and is now farming near Harrison, where the couple will reside.



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