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The Gackle Republican - Marriages

24 FEB 1911
The Napoleon Homestead has the following to say about W.C. Miller, at one time our popular photographer: W.C. Miller, the popular young Ashley photographer, and Miss Lillie Mae Jacobs, of Velva, were married at the home of her parents, near Velva, last Sunday, the 12th inst. The happy couple were east-bound passengers Wednesday enroute to Ashley, where they will reside. The Homestead wishes Mr. Miller and his bride unbounded happiness and success.

3 MAR 1911
Jake Hummel and Miss Florence Hawn left for Jamestown Wednesday and were married at that place the same evening or Thursday. We cannot give an account of the wedding this week for they left unexpectedly to many but are expected home again this evening.

10 MAR 1911
In last week's issue we mentioned the marriage of Florence Haun to Jacob Hummel but were unable to give the details as the young couple preferred to keep them to themselves. The were married at the Windsor Hotel in LaMoure last Wednesday by County Judge Lint and returned to Gackle Saturday evening. They were met at the depot by a large number of their friends who were amply supplied with rice. They were escorted up town in a sleigh especially constructed for the purpose. After driving around town for some time they were left at the Cataract Hotel with the many good wishes and congratulations of their friends. The republican joins in wishing them prosperity in the future.

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7 JUL 1911
* Mrs. Hilda Erickson and Joe Matson were married at Napoleon last week by Judge Bryant. Both are well known people in this community. Mrs. Matson was formerly one of the Wirkkunen girls while Joe came ere from South Dakota a few years ago. We extend hearty congratulations and wish them much success and happiness during their wedded life.

21 JUL 1911
Edward Kroll and Miss Anna Lehr were united in marriage at Jamestown Wednesday of last week in the presence of a few witnesses. The young couple will make their home I Gackle, having a commodious new residence on the west side. Both young people are well and favorably known in this community. We join with their friends in extending hearty congratulations.

25 AUG 1911 "Fregien-Putnam" - Jud Leader
At LaMoure on Monday August 14 Miss Freda Freigien and Mr. Harry E. Putman were united in marriage, Judge W. D. Lynch, county judge, performed the ceremony

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Fregien living a few miles north of Jud. The groom is one of our prominent business men, being interested in a number of business enterprises in Jud besides being a prominent landowner, farmer and stock raiser. Mr. Putnam is one of the old timers here having reside in this vicinity since the early days. Mr. and Mrs. Putnam will make their home in Jud. The Leader joins a wide circle of friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Putnam a long and happy wedded life. 

17 NOV 1911
Miss Kate Schlenker, of this place, and J. J. Hochhalter, of Streeter, were united in marriage Saturday at the last named place, Rev. H. Nagel performed the ceremony that made them one. The groom is in business at Streeter and the happy couple will make their home there. Their friends and acquaintances here extend hearty congratulations and wish them success through life's journey.

24 NOV 1911 "Kraft--Miller
At the hour of eleven 0'clock Thursday morning at the home of the bride's parents at Streeter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kraft, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Marguerite to Albert Miller of this place. The ceremony was performed in the presence of relatives and a host of friends.

Both young people are widely known and respected at Streeter and this place and will make their home on the farm of the groom's father, Valentine Miller, north of Gackle. The Republican joins in extending best wishes.

1 DEC 1911
Miss Fischer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fischer, was united in marriage to Fred Perman Thursday, Nov. 30th, Rev France Glemkle, of Streeter, officiating. The ceremony took place at the farm home of the bride's parents in the presence of a large number of friends. An elaborate wedding supper was served which the guests partook of heartily. The Republican joins the many friends of the young couple in extending congratulations.

15 DEC 1911 "Deutscher-Weixel"
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Deutscher, 10 miles north of Gackle, was the scene of a pretty home wedding when their daughter, Lydia was united in marriage to Michael J. Weixel of that community, on Dec 7, 1911 by Rev. Theo H. Pfenning. The young people will make their home on Mr. Weixel's farm, 12 miles north of Gackle where a fine little home awaits the bride. The Republican extends congratulations.

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