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1914

The Gackle Republican - Marriages

 

2 JAN 1914
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John Kauppila and Miss Mary Holmstrom, were married at Aberdeen, S.D., Dec 19. The bride is the daughter of Charley Holmstrom and both are well known here. The Republican joins in extending congratulations.

2 JAN 1914
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Miss Louise Moos, daughter of Jacob Moos, was united in marriage to Matt Meisch of Streeter Thursday of last week Rev. T. H. Pfenning performed the ceremony at the grooms home. Both young people are well and favorably known in this vicinity. We join in extending congratulations.

2 JAN 1914
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A wedding took place at the Michael Mayer home Tuesday, Miss Anna Derr and Peter Dewald were united in marriage by Rev. H. Nagel of Streeter. A large crowd of relatives and friends were in attendance. The Republican extends congratulations to the happy couple.

6 FEB 1914
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Geo. Hummel returned Wednesday evening from Eureka, S.D., where he attended the wedding of his sister and stepsister.

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28 AUG 1914 - Fetzer-Ruff
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We knew it was going to happen but we didn't know just when and didn't stop to think that when Sam left here last Saturday he would come back with a Mrs. Ruff. But, it's all right Sam, the way you put it over us, but you might have told the editor for one, that.
   On Monday, August 24, 1914, at Napoleon, would occur the marriage of Miss Matilda Fetzer of Venturia, to Sam W. Ruff of Gackle, the ceremony to take place in the chambers of Judge Geo. A. Bryant, who spoke the words that made them man and wife, and that's just what happened.
   Our friend Sam, hiked out of here Saturday, accompanied by Wm. W. Ruff his brother, and they struck for Venturia where the groom went to get his bride. They returned to Napoleon Monday where the event took place at one o'clock that afternoon in the presence of only the bride's father and Wm. W. Ruff, a brother.
   While speeding to the court house from the Village of Napoleon, a spring chicken got in the way of the auto and as a result paid for its folley with its life, Sam evidently insisted that nothing should stand in his way at that important moment.
   The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fetzer of Venturia. She is a young lady well thought of by her many friends who know her and a charming young lady.
   The groom is a member of the firm of Ruff Bros. Company of this place and the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ruff, Sr., of Gackle. Sam is a rustler and is "making good" in the machine and hardware business at Gackle. He came to Gackle about a year ago from Medina and has made a host of friends.
   The newly married couple will make their home at Gackle and The Republican joins with the many friends of the bride and groom in wishing them a happy and prosperous married life.

25 SEP 1914
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The marriage of Miss Laura Wold and Chas. Burges took place last Wednesday at Cassleton, N.D., at the home of the bride's parents. The bride was a former school teacher at Jud and made many friends not only there by in this city also while the groom was the popular assistant postmaster here for a number of years and is now assistant cashier at the State Bank of Jud. The Mail, with many friends here extends hearty congratulations. The newlyweds have gone to housekeeping at Jud. -- Edgeley Mail

18 DEC 1914 - Wedding Bells
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At the home of the bride's parents occurred the marriage at Ashley of Miss Webber and Mr. Carl Enslyn, the latter part of last week. The groom is well known in this vicinity. The happy couple will make their home on the farm of the groom southeast of Gackle. The Republican joins with the many friends of the couple in wishing them all happiness in their voyage on the matrimonial sea.

18 DEC 1914
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We have just learned of the marriage of Henry Moos and Miss Lydia Knopp at Glendive, Mont., on Dec 1. Both young people are well and favorably known here and have many friends here who will join with the Republican in wishing them the best of success and happiness. They will make their future home at Watkins, Mont.

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