McCook County, South Dakota

 

Aberdeen American (3 June 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Salem – Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Florence Anderman to J. W. Gandalfo of Deadwood. The marriage took place on December 27 of last year, but has been kept a secret until recently when Mr. Gandalfo enlisted and left for Fort Snelling.
Mrs. Gandalfo has a host of friends in Salem. She has gone to Upland, Cal., to remain with her parents.

Scarlett - Ginter
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Sunday, 22 Sept. 1912) transcribed by FoFG mz
Chatfield, Minn. – Miss Myrtle Ginter of this city and George W. Scarlett of Canistota, S. D., were married yesterday. They will reside at Canistota.

Aberdeen American (22 Apr. 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Salem – Married, Miss Irene Redin of Salem and M. B. Griffin of Virgil.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin will make their home in Virgil.


Aberdeen American (22 Apr. 1917) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Salem – M. F. Schmitt and Miss Nellie Schuldt were married at the Catholic parsonage by Rev. B. Weber. The bridal couple left immediately after the ceremony for a honeymoon through Iowa and Nebraska. They will be at home to their friends in Salem after May 1.

The Daily Republic, Mitchell, South Dakota
Saturday, March 22, 1952
Contributed by Jeanne Jessie

CANISTOTA GIRL BECOMES BRIDE IN EVENING CHURCH SERVICE AT EMERY

Emery - Miss Irene Mattaei, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mattei of Canistota and Melvin C. Fluth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fluth of Emery were married in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church the evening of March 13, with Rev. W. H. Sinning performing the double ring ceremony.
For the nuptials, Miss Matthaei wore white slipper satin. The gown was fashioned with a bodice buttoned down the front with small satin covered buttons and a bouffant skirt ending in a cathedral train. Her veil of French illusion was secured to her hair with a wreath of orange blossoms. Her flowers were white calla lillies.
The maid of honor, Miss Alice Matthaei, and the bridesmaids, Miss Evelyn Matthaei and Miss Joyce Fluth wore yhellow and green formal gowns, and carried colonial bouquets. Carolyn Matthaei was flower girl.
Loren Sievers was best man and Merle Watson and Herbert Tammen were attendants. Ushers were Earl Nebelsick and Robert Buehller.
Mrs. Henry Mescher played the wedding marches and also accompanied the soloists, Mrs. W. H. Sinning and Mrs. Maxine Weinacht.
A reception was held in the church parlors, which were decorated for the occasion in yellow and green.
After the reception the couple left for the Twin Cities, and on their return were hosts at a dance in Bridgewater for friends and relatives the evening of March 17.
Mrs. Fluth has been employed in Sioux Falls and Mr. Fluth is in the Marines, stationed at San Diego.



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