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Howard County Marriages


Aspinwall ~ Johnson

Lanark Man is Wed at Lime Springs, Ia.

Lanark, Ill., June 18.—The marriage of Glenn Aspinwall, of Lanark to Miss Mildred Johnson of Lime Springs, Ia., took place Wednesday at Lime Springs, where Mr. Aspinwall has for three years past been principal of the high school. The bride, member of a well-known Iowa family, has been a teacher in the grade school there. Mr. Aspinwall has been re-engaged for another year as head of the Lime Springs high school.\

[Daily Register Gazette, Rockford, Illinois, published Friday, June 18, 1926; submitted by CD]


Fencl ~ Huber

Charles Fencl and Miss Pauline Huber, both of this place, were united in marriage last Tuesday, Oct. 5, 1915, the Holy Trinity Church by the Rev. Rudolph Lakomy. The bride was attended by the groom's sister, Miss Victoria Fencl, and the groom by the bride's brother, Mr. Edward Huber. Alma Zahajsky cousin of the bride was the flower girl. After the ceremony they assembled at the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Fencl, where a wedding dinner was served. In the evening the wedding party gathered in the Beseda Opera House where they danced to the music of the P. B. Orchestra. The bride is a charming young lady and qualified in every way to take up the life she has assumed, the making of a perfect home for the one she loves.

The groom commands the respect of a large circle of friends here. He is a most estimable young man and is to be congratulated upon his choice of a life partner. The couple will go to housekeeping on the groom's farm. They have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy married life.

[Cresco Plain Dealer. (Cresco, Howard County, Iowa), 08 Oct. 1915; submitted by KT]


Klimesh ~ Kalishek

Married: At the Holy Trinity Church, on Tuesday occurred the wedding of Joseph Klimesh and Albina Kalishek. Rev. R. Lakomy performed the ceremony. Congratulations.

[Cresco Plain Dealer. (Cresco, Howard County, Iowa), 08 Oct. 1915; submitted by KT]


Ruesink ~ Pierce

Dodgen, N. D., Nov., --Joe Ruesink, formerly of this village, married on October 26 at Cresco, Ia., to Miss Grace May Pierce of that place. They will make their home at Velva, where Mr. Ruesink is running a barber shop.

[Evening Times, Grand Forks, ND, published Tuesday, November 07, 1911; submitted by CD]


Thomson ~ Farnsworth

Albert Thomson Married to Girl From Cresco, Ia.
Omaha Man and Bride to Live in Ames, Ia., Where He Is in School.

The Congregational church at Cresco, Ia., was the scene of the marriage of Miss Louise Manette Farnsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Farnsworth of Cresco, and Albert Glenn Thomson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thomson of Omaha, which took place Saturday, August 8.

Following a short honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomson will make their home in Ames, until Mr. Thomson finishes his course in engineering at the Iowa State college.

Mrs. Thomson was graduated from the Iowa State college in June, 1931. Mr. Thomson following his graduation from Central High school, went to Iowa State college.

Among honors won by Mr. Thomson was the appointment as drum-major and student leader of the one hundred piece Iowa State college band. He is also a member of the Memorial Union council, leader of boys' work in the Y.M.C.A. activities, and director of “cyclone parties” held at the college.

[Omaha, NE, World Herald, published Sunday, August 16, 1931; submitted by CD]


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