Marriages - Page 2
Andrew & Kelsey (Mesman) Powers
Jerry and Tammy Mesman, Springfield, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelsey Mesman to Andrew Powers, son of Stacey and Julie Powers, Avon.
Kelsey is the granddaughter of Kenneth and Marilyn Rothschadl, Tyndall and John and Barb Mesman, Springfield. Andrew is the grandson of Richard and Clara Kafka, Wagner and Kenneth and Florence Powers, Avon.
The bride is a 2012 graduate of Bon Homme High School and a 2016 graduate of Mount Marty college. Kelsey is currently employed as a counselor at the Human Services Center, Yankton. She will be attending graduate school at the University of South Dakota this fall.
The groom is a 2008 graduate of Avon High School and a 2010 graduate of Mitchell Technical Institute. Andrew is currently employed with Power Source Electric, Yankton as an electrician.
The wedding is planned for July 16, 2016 at St. Leo's Catholic Church in Tyndall. A reception and dance will follow at the Springfield Community Center.
Charles & Cathy (Unknown) Pravecek
Newlyweds become oldyweds, and oldyweds are the reasons that families work. Cathy and Charles Pravecek have proven this to be true as they will be celebrating 50 years of wedded bliss. An open house will be held Sunday, Sep. 4, 2016 from 2-5 p.m. at the Scotland VFW in their honor. Come and help them celebrate 50 years of marriage.
William & Caroline (Berreth) Poppe
Miss Carrie Berreth and Mr. Wm. Poppy, of Yankton, were married yesterday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Berreth, in the south part of town. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Neujoks, pastor of the Congregational church. They left on the early train this morning and after a brief wedding trip, will reside in Yankton.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ June 10, 1909
Andrew & Shawna (Baune) Roche
St. Cecilia's Cathedral in Omaha was the setting for the Sept. 3, 2011, wedding of Shawna Baune and Andrew Roche, both of Omaha. Parents of the couple are Rick and Deb Baune of Tabor, S.D., and Patrick and Teresa Roche of Norfolk.
The Rev. John Petramale officiated. The wedding Mass was concelebrated by the Rev. Walter Nolte of Creighton. Pipe organ and piano music was provided by the Rev. Joe Wray of Norfolk.
Renae Baune of Tabor, S.D., was the bride’s honor attendant. Her bridesmaids were Molly Geis of Lincoln, Cailin Poore of Omaha, Margaret Baune of Fargo, N.D., and Sarah Vandenberghe of Maple Grove, Minn. Jocelyn Baune of Eden Prairie, Minn., was the flower girl.
Brent Scherer of Kennewick, Wash., was the groom’s honor attendant. The groomsmen were Nathan Roche, Brennan Roche and Daniel Roche, all of Norfolk, and Eric Baune of Algonquin, Ill. Lincoln Baune of Eden Prairie was the ring bearer.
Serving as ushers were Michael Davis of Irving, Texas, Mark Poore of Omaha, Mike Vath of Rosemont, Minn., and Ryan Viola of Fargo.
A reception followed the ceremony at Arbor Hall in Omaha. Following a wedding trip to Portland, Maine, the couple reside in Omaha.
Leonard & Beverly Ratzlaff
Ryan & McKenzie (Dvoracek) Randall
McKenzie Dvoracek and Ryan Randall were united in marriage at the United Church of Christ in Springfield August 23, 2014 with Pastor John McNeill officiating.
Parents of the couple are Gary and Michelle Dvoracek, Springfield and Roger and Carol Randall, Chamberlain. Grandparents of the bride are Leonard Dvoracek, Tyndall and Beverly Kreber, Tabor. Grandparent of the groom is Helen Tarabetz, Pukwana.
Matron of honor was Jessica Semler, cousin of the bride, Columbia, MO. Bridesmaids were Kelsey Pudwill, friend of the bride, Springfield; Courtney Koch, friend of the bride, Tyndall; Adria Pazour, friend of the couple, Portland, OR; and MaKaela Randall, sister-in-law of the groom, Chamberlain. Flower girls were Emberly and Ella Randall, nieces of the groom, Chamberlain. Personal attendants were Kylee Ashes, Springfield; Jen Aadland, Mitchell; and Alison Shelangouski, Manhattan, KS.
Bestman was Tom Swanson, friend of the groom, Pukwana. Groomsmen were Bart Randall, brother of the groom, Chamberlain; Wade Hickey, friend of the groom, Chamberlain; Derrik Dvoracek, brother of the bride, Springfield; and Garrett Dvoracek, brother of the bride, Springfield. Ring bearer was Ian Torsney, cousin of the bride, Tyndall. Ushers were Donnie Hamiel, Kimball; Justin Jaspers, Sioux Falls; and Brian Nelson, Gordon, NE.
The reception and dance were held at the Springfield Community Center in Springfield. The couple took a honeymoon to Jamaica and now reside in Chamberlain.
The bride is a 2007 graduate of Bon Homme High School, a 2011 graduate of Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell with a degree in athletic training, and a 2014 graduate of the University of South Dakota with her doctorate degree in physical therapy. McKenzie is employed by Avera Hospital in Gregory.
The groom is a 2006 graduate of Chamberlain High School and a 2010 graduate of South Dakota State University, Brookings in pharmaceutical sciences and is farming/ranching on teh family farm south of Chamberlain.
Basil & Beverly (Schmoll) Ranek
St. Leo's Catholic Church was the scene of a pretty wedding Monday at 9 a.m. when Miss Beverly Schmoll became the bride of Basil Ranek. Following the ceremony the bridal party went to Yankton for breakfast at the Gurney Hotel and had their pictures taken. A reception was held at 5 p.m. at the city auditorium. A dance followed and a midnight lunch was served.
Source: Tyndall (South Dakota) Tribune & Register ~ February 16, 1950
Lumir & Marcy (Cahoy) Ruman
Lumir and Marcy Ruman will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on August 23, 2015. Marcy Cahoy and Lumir Ruman were married August 23, 1955 in Tabor, SD.
Their children are Karen, David & Tammy Ruman, Yankton, SD; Cheryl (Richard) Wurts, Huron, SD.
Their family is requesting a card shower in their honor. Cards may be sent to: 41862 301st St., Tyndall, SD 57066.
Nick & Kelli (Borchardt) Ronke
Russ and Cheryl Borchardt of Sioux Falls and Warren and Lisa Ronke of Tyndall are happy to announce the engagement of their children, Kelli and Nick.
Kelli is a December 2015 graduate of the University of Sioux Falls with an elementary education degree.
Nick is a 2011 graduate of Southeast Technical Institute and is a mechatronic technician at Gold'n Plump in Luverne, Minn.
A June 26, 2016 wedding is being planned at the Mayowood Stone Barn in Rochester, Minnesota.
Wilbert & Eleanor (Zeeb) Renner
Wilbert and Eleanor Renner will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary March 2, 2016. They were married in Miller in 1956 and moved to Springfield in 1959. Their family requests a card shower to congratulated them on their many years of happiness. Greetings may be sent to PO Box 335 or 1009 3rd St., Springfield, SD 57062.
Laddie & Janice (Potter) Rous
The family of Laddie and Janice Rous requests a card shower in honor of the couple's 50th wedding anniversary June 2, 2016. The couple has three children and four grandsons. Cards may be sent to them at 41838 308th Street, Tyndall, SD 57066.
John & Myrtle (Sweet) Robinson
On Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sweet, occurred the marriage of their daughter, Miss Myrtle, to Mr. John Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Robinson. Rev. J. W. Zerbe of the Methodist church officiated, using the single ring ceremony. The ceremony took place in the north parlor of the home, the parties taking their places before a large draped American flag, a huge bouquet of American beauties, the bride's chosen flower, standing on her left. They were unattended. Following the ceremony and congratulations, a three-course wedding dinner was served by Misses Iva, Arlie and Mildred Sweet, Eva Nelles and Jennie Smith. The table was decorated with American beauties.
Those present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schlick, Misses Iva, Arlie and Mildred Sweet, Vernor and Milford Sweet, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Chas. and Miss Helen Robinson, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Zerbe, Mrs. Herman Schanche, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schanche, Clarence, Arthur, Roy and Lester Schanche, Mr. and Mrs. Steinbach of Yankton, Mrs. Alfred Cobb, and Misses Jennie Smith and Eva Nelles.
The bride is one of the most active of Scotland's young people, with a rare ability to make and keep friends, and is prominent in social, musical and church circles. She took her entire public school education in Scotland, graduating from this high school a few years ago, and is at present the president of the Scotland Alumni Association. She was a student for a year at Yankton College where she studied music and took a business education. She was a stenographer and book-keeper for some time, and the past year has been a very successful commercial teacher in the Scotland High School. She is possessed of great musical talent, and in addition to conducting private musical classes and taking charge of the music at the Methodist church, has been called upon regularly to render selections at practically all special occasions.
The groom has also spent his entire life in Scotland, with the exception of a year in France. He has worked for a number of years as machinist in the Cobb Garage, and while in France was in the motor truck service. He is a young man of unquestionably good qualities.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will commence housekeeping at once in the house owned by Mr. Sweet, just vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Yates. They have the sincerest and best wishes of the entire community for a long life of prosperity together.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ July 1, 1920
Luther & Inez (Trotter) Radway
On Saturday, Feb. 4th, at the hour of noon a very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dain in which Mr. Luther B. Radway and Miss Inez F. Trotter were united in the bonds of holy matrimony by the Rev. H. R. Upton. The wedding party arrived on the morning train and repaired to the home of Mrs. Dain, who is the mother of the groom. After the ceremony a sumptuous wedding breakfast was participated in and when the afternoon train arrived all of the party but the bride and groom departed, the latter remaining here until the following Tuesday.
The guests included Dr. J. C. Trotter of Beresford, Dr. C. H. Trotter, Mr. Clyde Trotter and Miss Annie Trotter, of Loretta, brothers and sister of the bride, Mrs. Claude Smith of Springfield, sister of the groom, Miss Rose McKenna of Loretta, and Mr. Jas. Brelsford of Tyndall.
Mr. Radway is a successful harness maker of Perkins, and Mrs. Radway one of Bon Homme county's school teachers, having resided at Loretta. Mr. and Mrs. Radway will make their home in Perkins.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ February 9, 1905
Christian & Unknown Silistia
Marry On An Auto
Couple Are Doubly Wed to Comply With the Law
Sioux Falls, SD, Oct. 15 - The courtship of Christian Silistia, a prominent young business man of Parkston, and the woman of his choice, who came from Iowa for the purpose of uniting her fortunes with those of the young South Dakotan had a romantic termination. They were twice married within an hour, the second time in an automobile while speeding over a country road at the rate of forty-five miles an hour.
With the idea of surprising the friends and relatives of the groom at Parkston, Mr. Silistia, after procuring a marriage license, met his sweetheart at Scotland, Bon Homme county, where they made their way to the home of Rev. A. M. Thurston, who pronounced them man and wife. While the marriage certificate was being prepared it was discovered by the clergyman that the marriage license had been issued in Hutchinson county, of which Parkston is one of the principal towns. As the state law requires marriage ceremonies to be performed in the county in which a license is issued, the bride and groom were greatly perplexed as to what course they could adopt in order to make their marriage legal and binding.
When they were at their wits' end, the clergyman's wife came to their rescue by suggesting that they induce Dr. Seagley, a Scotland physician, to take the wedding party in his automobile and proceed with all haste across the border to Hutchinson county. The bride and groom, with the clergyman and physician, were bundled into the automobile, which was soon speeding in the direction of the Hutchinson county line, only a few miles away. Soon the party had entered Hutchinson county while the automobile was gliding over a public highway, a new marriage ceremony was performed, and the couple had the pleasure of knowing that the state law had been strictly complied with.
Source: The Saint Paul (Minnesota) Globe ~ October 16, 1904
Wendlen & Colleen (Ellis) Schmaltz
Mr. and Mrs. Wendlen Schmaltz of Springfield, SD will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on August 29, 2005. Their family requests a card shower. Cards may be sent to: 909 11th Street, PO Box 463, Springfield, SD 57062.
Colleen Ellis and Wendlen Schmaltz were married on August 29, 1955 in Menomanie, Wisconsin.
They have four children: Cynthia (Leodis) Green, Springfield, SD; Robert (Renee), Lincoln, NE; Dennis (Jackie), Mission, SD; and Daniel (Nadine), Rice Lake, WI. The couple has 11 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
J. & Carrie (Nihart) Sheldon
J. I. Sheldon of this county and Miss Carrie Nihart of Tyndall, were married at Tyndall Monday.
Source: Dakota Farmers' Leader (Canton, SD) ~ October 26, 1900
Duane & Carol (Neth) Sheffield
Miss Carol Ann Neth, daughter of Mrs. Richard Neth and the late Mr. Neth, and Duane Sheffield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sheffield, all of Scotland, were married May 31 in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Henry Roemer in a seven o'clock ceremony in the Bethany Reformed Church. Miss Johanna Weidenbach was maid of honor. Other attendants were Mrs. Marvin Neth and Miss Shirley Neth. Arthur Handel was best man and Marvin Neth and Everette Sheffield were groomsmen. Duane Orth and Myron Wruch ushered. Mrs. Henry Heinbuch of Millwaukee played the nuptial music and accompanied Lonn Sweet who sang. A reception was held at the city hall following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to the East Coast, the young people will live on a farm near Scotland. Both are graduates of the Scotland schools and the new Mrs. Sheffield has been employed at the Peoples' Telephone Co., here.
Source: The Daily Republic (Mitchell, SD) ~ June 10, 1959
Ed & Janet (Hakl) Sykora
60 Years of Wedding Bliss
Janet Hakl and Ed Sykora were united in marriage January 17, 1955 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Tabor, SD.
Help them celebrate with a card shower hosted by their children. Cards may be sent to 30762 426th Ave., Tabor, SD 57063.
Leo & Marjorie (Hovorka) Sternhagen
A pretty wedding was solemnized Tuesday morning of this week when Miss Marjorie M. Hovorka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hovorka, near Tabor, and Leo F. Sternhagen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Sternhagen of Dante, were united in marriage at St. Leo's Catholic Church. The newlyweds are enjoying a trip to Minneapolis after which they will be at home on a farm near Dante.
Source: Tyndall (South Dakota) Tribune & Register ~ February 16, 1950
Tanner & Ashley (Stewart) Swanson
Ashley Stewart and Tanner Swanson would like to announce their engagement and upcoming marriage.
Parents of the couple are Larry and Karen Stewart, of Scotland, SD and Cal and Tracy Swanson, of Hamill, SD.
The bride-elect is a graduate of Scotland High School and south Dakota School of Mines & Technology. She is currently a design engineer with Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. in Yankton, SD.
The groom-elect is a graduate of Winner High School and South Dakota School of Mines & Technology. He is currently a manufacturing engineer with Gehl in Yankton, SD.
The couple is planning a May 2, 2015 wedding in Scotland, SD.
Julius & Linda (Finck) Schmidt
Among the early June weddings for which invitations have recently been mailed is that of Miss Linda Finck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finck of Tripp and Julius Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schmidt of Tyndall. The ceremony will take place at the Emanuel Creek Reformed Church between Tyndall and Tripp, Monday June 3 at 3 o'clock. Mr. Schmidt is the proprietor of the Texaco service station in Tyndall where the couple will reside.
Source: Tyndall Tribune & Register ~ June 1, 1950
Darin & Laura (Slama) Schoenwald
Michael and Sandy Slama of Tabor announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Jean Slama to Darin James Schoenwald, son of Dean and Sheryl Schoenwald of Marion.
The future bride graduated from Southeast Technical Institute with an associate's degree in early childhood. She will begin student teaching at the Menno School District in the fall and then graduate in December from Mount Marty College with a degree in elementary education with a kindergarten endorsement.
The future groom received an associate's degree in heating-ventilation-air conditioning-refrigeration from Southeast Technical Institute. He is employed as an HVAC/R technician at Ackerman's Heating and Air Conditioning in Viborg.
A July 18, 2015 wedding is planned, and the couple will live in Marion.
James & Jalynne (Weidenbach) Streyle
James and Jalynne Streyle were married Saturday, June 12, 2010, at Zion Lutheran Church in Scotland, SD, with Rev. Paul Opsahl officiating. Parents of the couple are Jay and June Weidenbach of Scotland and Maynard and Marlene Streyle of Olivet, SD.
Best man was Jason Streyle. Groomsmen were Scott Mostek, Troy Furney, and Donnie Woehl. Maid of honor was Rebecca Jirik. Bridesmaids were Denise Mostek, Erin Harrington, and Judy Woehl. Flower girl Caitlyn Mostek pulled her brother, ring bearer Carter Mostek, in a wagon down the aisle. Sara Vant Hul was the personal attendant.
Following the wedding festivities the couple took a Western Caribbean Cruise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel.
James is an electrician and works at Fischer Electric in Scotland. Jalynne is a dietary manager and works at Good Samaritan Society at Scotland. The couple lives in Scotland.
Dennis & Rebekah (Dittman) Streyle
Rebekah Kathrine Dittman and Dennis Clement Streyle, Jr. announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.
Parents of the couple are Robert and Norma Dittman of Dundee, Minn., and Dennis and Carol Streyle of Scotland.
The bride-to-be graduated from Fulda High School, Fulda, Minn., in 2006 and the future groom graduated from Scotland High School in 2007.
The couple is planning an Aug. 11, 2012 wedding in Scotland at the St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Brian & Lisa (Marcolini) Stemper
Lisa Maria Marcolini and Brian James Stemper were married November 13, 2014 in Winona, Minnesota.
Terry & Eileen (Cole) Sestak
The family of Terry and Eileen Sestak of Tabor, SD is requesting a card shower in honor of the couple's 35th wedding anniversary, September 20, 2015.
Eileen (Cole) and Terry Sestak were married on September 20, 1980 in Hawarden, IA.
Their children are Becky and Tim Reck, Gayville; Paul and Kala Sestak, Aberdeen; and David Sestak, Lincoln, NE. They have five grandchildren, Dilyn and Autumn Reck, Lana Easton, and Mia Sestak.
Greetings may be sent to 30538 427th Ave., Tabor, SD 57063.
Matthew & Carly (Hertz) Souhrada
Todd and Rose Hertz of Menno and Scott and Priscilla Souhrada of Tabor proudly announce the engagement of their children, Carly Hertz and Matthew Souhrada.
The couple will be married October 3, 2015 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Tabor.
Delmar & Velma (Schuette) Strunk
Join us as we celebrate the 70th anniversary of Delmar and Velma Strunk at an open house Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015 from 2-4 p.m. at the United Church of Christ in Scotland. If you are unable to attend, cards of congratulations can be sent to them at PO Box 334, Scotland, SD 57059.
Mark & Lisa (Unknown) Stoebner
Lisa and Mark Stoebner of Tyndall are celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married January 26, 1991. Greetings may be sent to them at 1708 Elm Street, Tyndall, SD 57066.
Elijah & Katherine (Paulson) Stines
Katherine Jo Paulson of Springfield, South Dakota and Elijah James Stines of Holstein, were united in marriage on Oct. 28, 2006 in Tyndall, South Dakota at St. Leo's Catholic Church with Father Gerald Thury officiating. Parents of the bride are Rahn and Ruth Paulson of Springfield. Parents of the groom are Maria Stines of Des Moines, and Todd Stines of Holstein.
Guests of honor included the bride's grandparents-Francis and Mary Ann Griffin and the groom's grandparents, Pete and Marie Stines. and Gerald and Kay Chettinger, and the groom's great-grandmother-Ila Maye Chettinger.
Maid of honor was Kristin Plath, friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Jill Paulson and Amanda Paulson, sisters-in-law of the bride, Paige Stines and Cassy Stines, sisters of the groom, and Carmen Soulek, cousin of the bride.
Flower girls were Kaitlin Paulson, niece of the bride, and Shantai Richmond, niece of the groom. Best man was Josh Martin, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Bart Noe, friend of the groom, Justin Paulson, Ben Paulson, Luke Paulson, and Will Paulson, brothers of the bride. Ring bearers were Semar James and Sklar James, brothers of the groom. Ushers were Jason Schmall, friend of the couple, and Nick Ishmael, cousin of the bride.
The bride's personal attendant was Ileen Beeson. Flower pinners were Norma Soulek and Bev Stines. Organist was Kathy Koenig. Guestbook attendant was Katie Kribell. Altar servers were Donovan Soulek and Whitney Hovorka. Lector was Gerald Chettinger. Eucharistic and wine ministers were Gerald Chettinger and Steve and Arlene Rezac. Professional photography was done by Rebecca Miner Photography. Candid photographer was Anna Ishmael. Videographer was Shannon DeFries.
The reception and dance were held in Tabor, S.D. at Beseda Hall. Hosts and hostesses were Pam and Mark Stines and Lynn and Paul Namminga. Cake cutters were Kathy Skorpik and Kathryn Parvu. Punch bowl attendants were Bette Koehn, Judy Ishmael, and Melissa Stines. Servers were overseen by Nancy Soukup. Servers were Donavan Soulek, Whitney Hovorka, Mona Soukup, Nick Pechous, and Emily Pechous.
The bride is a 2002 graduate of Bon Homme High School and a 2006 graduate of USD in Vermillion with a bachelor of science degree in contemporary media and journalism. She is employed at e-Telecare Global Solutions in Vermillion as a sales representative. The groom is a 2002 graduate of Galva-Holstein High School and a 2006 graduate of USD with bachelor of science degrees in psychology and mathematics. He is currently pursuing his masters in mathematics at the USD. He is currently employed as an assistant manager at Hy-vee in Yankton as well as an assistant professor in the mathematics department at USD.
The couple resides in Vermillion.
Tanner & Mariah (Roth) Suess
Terry and Deb Roth of Olivet, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Mariah Roth, to Tanner Suess, son of Gary and Lori Suess of Kaylor.
Mariah is a graduate of Scotland High School and currently attending South Dakota State University for a Bachelor's degree in Nursing.
Tanner is a graduate of Scotland High School and South Dakota State University with a Bachelor's degree in Agronomy. Tanner is currently working as an agronomist at Mettler Fertilizer in Menno, SD.
The couple will be getting married on September 17, 2016 in Scotland.
Dale & Phyllis (Fiedler) Sedlezky
Sunday evening, June 14, 1964 at 7:00 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Phyllis June Fiedler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fiedler, exchanged vows with Dale Sedlezky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Sedlezky of Freeman. Rev. Elmer Crosmer performed the double ring ceremony.
Mrs. Elmer Crosmer played a prelude of nuptial music was well as the wedding march. Miss Kay Freitag and Miss Diana Sayler, close friends of the bride sang, "O Perfect Love" and the "Lord Is My Shepherd." Scott Fiedler, younger brother of the bride, acted as acolyte.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of white chantilly lace over peau de soie, fashioned with a fitted bodice, semi-scooped neckline and the back being detailed by a floating train, the skirt flowing into a controlled bell silhouette. Her bouffant illusion veil was attached to a cluster of white satin roses and rose petals. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink sweetheart roses.
She was attended by Marsha Heigerson, her maid of honor, and Karen Sedlezky, sister of the groom, as bridesmaid. Their gowns were of aqua brocade fashioned with a fitted bodice and bell shaped skirt of street length. Their veils were of aqua net and caught with a cluster of white roses. They carried cascades of white carnations.
The groom was attended by his brother, Edward Sedlezky of Wood Lake, Nebr., and James Fiedler, older brother of the bride.
Myron Ellwein and Robert Cyrk acted as ushers.
Mrs. Ray Fiedler, mother of the bride, wore an oyster white crepe sheath with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Edwin Sedlezky, mother of the groom, wore a green silk print dress with yellow accessories and a corsage of yellow carnations. The bride's grandmother, Mrs. John Fiedler, and groom's grandmother, Mrs. Richard Frederich, each wore print dresses with white corsages.
A reception was held immediately following the ceremony the church parlors, which were decorated in the bride's chosen colors of aqua and white. The tier wedding cake was decorated in the bride's colors with a oasis on top and around the lower, outer edge were roses and aqua lights. The cake was used as the centerpiece on the table with approximately guests in attendance.
Mrs. Gottlieb Rembold served as dining room hostess. She was assisted by Mrs. R. Hu...man in the cutting of the wedding cake. Misses Vicki H..., Betty Hosterman, Mary ... Sayler, Mary Ann Frederick, and Judy Conrad were table waitresses. Jeanette Nelson presided at the punch bowl with D... Sedlezky, youngest sister of the groom., registering the guests. Misses Sandra Nelson and Barbara Barrett opened and displayed the gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fiedler of Rapid City, aunt and uncle of the bride, took pictures throughout the entire ceremony. The Lutheran Women's Missionary League prepared the luncheon.
Out of town guests were from Rapid City, Freeman, Tripp, and Menno.
Immediately after the reception the couple left for Winnipeg, Canada, for the honeymoon trip.
Source: Hutchinson Herald (Menno, SD) ~ July 2, 1964
Kyle & Paige (Beauchamp) Stewart
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Beauchamp of Winner announce the engagement of their daughter, Paige Beauchamp of Winner to Kyle Stewart of Scotland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Stewart of Scotland. The bride-to-be received a bachelor's degree in human development and family studies from SDSU in 2012 and completed her master's degree in counseling and human resource development from SDSU in 2015. She is employed as a school counselor for the Bon Homme School District. Her fiance received a bachelor's degree in agriculture systems technology from SDSU and is employed on the family farm and ranch operation in Scotland. They are planning a Saturday, July 30, 2016 wedding at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Winner.
Jeremy & Danielle (Torgerson) Syrovatka
Danielle Torgerson and Jeremy Syrovatka announce their engagement.
Parents of the couple are Terry and Cindy Torgerson and Joe and Teri Syrovatka.
Danielle is a 2011 graduate of the nursing program at Dakota Wesleyan University, Mitchell. She is working at the Springfield Clinic, Springfield.
Jeremy is a 2010 graduate of South Dakota State University, Brookings, with a degree in mathematics. He is employed at CorInsurance, Yankton.
A Sept. 24, 2011 wedding is planned at First Lutheran Church, Mitchell.
Philip & Lillian (Teibel) Schmierer
We are in receipt of an announcement of the wedding of Mr. Philip Schmierer and Miss Lillian E. Teibel which occurred at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. V. Teibel, at McClusky, N.D., June 6, 1907.
Mr. Schmierer is one of Scotland's leading merchants, being a partner and business manager of the large clothing store of John Schmierer & Son. He has for some time stood impervious to the thrusts of Cupid, but it is not to his discredit that the dart that has now pierced his armor should find the vulnerable spot. The bride is a estimable young lady who had spent most of her life in Scotland and Tyndall. For several years she was employed in the First National Bank and later in the Bon Homme County Bank, as stenographer and book keeper, but left for North Dakota a few weeks ago to prepare for the coming event. The announcement states that they will be at home in Scotland after August twentieth,and they will be welcomed by a host of friends.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ June 13, 1907
David & Margaret (Gibbon) Sowl
A quiet family wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. James Gibbon when Miss Margaret Gibbon and Mr. David Sowl of Argyle, Wis., were united in the bands of holy wedlock by Rev. H. R. Upton. Miss Gibbon has grown up in the community and is highly esteemed by her many friends. Mr. Sowl was one of the pioneers of Scotland, but for a number of years has resided in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Sowl will leave next week for their home in Argyle and they will take with them the good wishes of their friends here for a long and happy wedded life. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Colwell and family and Miss Bessie McLellan.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ June 21, 1906
Lawrence & Margaret (McAthie) Sample
Announcements have been received of the marriage of Miss Margaret McAthie to Mr. Lawrence B. Sample of Sioux City which occurred at the home of the bride's father, Mr. John McAthie, in Centerville, on last Saturday. The bride was formerly a Scotland girl and has many friends here. She is a graduated nurse and has been practicing out of Sioux City for the past few years. The groom has just recently been discharged from Uncle Sam's navy. The young couple will live in Sioux City where Mr. Sample has a position with an insurance company. They have the hearty best wishes of their friends in Scotland.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ November 13, 1919
Thomas & Laura (Plattner) Simek
A quiet wedding was solemnized Tuesday morning of this week at the St. Leo's Catholic church, when Miss Laura Plattner and Mr. Thomas Simek were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony, by Father Dooley. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plattner and is an excellent young lady who numbers her friends by all who know her. The groom is an excellent young farmer who will make a good husband to the lady of his choice. The couple left for a short wedding trip to Sioux City before taking up the life on the farm and will be at home to their friends after June 1st.
Source: The Citizen Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ May 29, 1919
Frank & Stephanie (Trantina) Simek
Miss Stephina Trontina and Mr. Frank Simek of Kadoka, were married in the Catholic church Tuesday forenoon. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Luig in the presence of a few friends of the bride, Miss Mary Trontina, the bride's sister, acting as bridesmaid and Mr. Joseph Kodet as groomsman. After the ceremony at the church the company went to the home of the bride's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Trontina, and partook of the wedding feast. The young couple departed on the 1:30 train amid copious showers of rice, for Kadoka where Mr. Simek is in business and where they will make their home.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ June 4, 1908
Cody & Darla (Brandt) Tjeerdsma
Darla Brandt and Cody Tjeerdsma announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Dwayne and Debbie Brandt of Avon and Virgil and Susan Tjeerdsma of Tyndall.
Darla is a 2006 graduate of Avon High School and a 2010 graduate of the University of South Dakota. She received her educational specialist degree in 2013 from USD. She is a school psychologist at South Central Cooperative, Tyndall.
Cody is a 2008 graduate of Bon Homme High School and a 2012 graduate of Mitchell Technical Institute. Cody farms in the Tyndall area.
A July 11, 2015 wedding is planned in Avon.
Brandon & Jenae (Jaeger) Tycz
Jim and Julie Jaeger of Wagner and Kevin and Diane Tycz of Tyndall proudly announce the engagement of their children, Jenae Jaeger and Brandon Tycz.
The couple will be married October 3, 2015 at Zion Lutheran Church in Avon.
Arnett & Clara (Walters) Tiede
Miss Clara Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob M. Walters of Tyndall became the bride of Arnett G. Tiede, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gust D. Tiede at six o'clock Wednesday at the Tyndall Baptist church, in a double-ring ceremony, performed by Rev. Albert Itterhann.
A trio composed of Vernon, Donald, & Russel Tiede sang, "I Love You Truly" before the ceremony and "Blest Best Be The Tie That Binds" at the close. Mrs. Ruben Lindemann played the Lohngrins Bridal March as processional & Mendelssohn's Wedding March as recessional.
The bride, given in marriage by her father wore a gown of ivory slipper satin, princess style with a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice, long sleeves coming to a point at the wrist, and a full skirt, and a full skirt en-train. Her finger-tip illusion veil was edged with lace, and caughter with cornet halo of seed pearls. Her jewelry consisted of two strands of pearls and matching ear rings, gifts of the bridegroom. She carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and white mums.
Miss Bertha Walters, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She was attired in a gown of blue frosted organdy. Miss Marie Walters, also sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. She was gowned in a white Chiffon gown. Both wore corsages of red roses and white mums. Doreen Lindemann, niece of the groom, acted as flower girl wore a blue sheer rayon, and carried small bouquet centered with a rose. Carney Ray Walters, brother of the bride, acted as ring bearer carried a satin heart shaped pillow with white streamers. The mother of the bride wore a dress of dark blue. The mother of the bride groom wore a printed jersey. Ruben Tiede, brother of the groom, was an attendant. Ushers were Vernon Tiede and Ruben Lindemann.
Immediately after the ceremony a dinner was served in teh City Auditorium to a hundred and seventy-three guests seated at the tables centered with bouquet of flowers, and lighted tapers, a three tiered wedding cake decorated in the chosen colors of the bride, blue and white, and topped with a miniature bride and groom, graced the table.
The bride is a graduate of Freeman Jr. College. The past years has been engaged in teaching. The bridegroom has recently been discharged from the army. Having served the past 3 years and 8 months of which 20 months have been over seas. The couple will make their home on a farm near Parkston.
Source: The Freeman (SD) Courier ~ February 7, 1946
Kyle & Allison (Johnson) Thomson
Allison Faye Johnson and Kyle Emanuel Thomson were married September 12, 2015 at Sherman Park in Sioux Falls, SD by Pastor Dave Tims.
Parents of the couple are Mike and Laurie Johnson and Tom Thomson and Kay Brenner.
The bride attended Yankton High School and went on to USD where she graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Health Science & Psychology. She then graduated from SDSU with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and is now employed at Sandford Orthepedics & Sports Medicine in Sioux Falls as a registered nurse.
The groom attended Scotland High School and went on to Mitchell Tech where he graduated with a degree in Electrical Construction and Maintenance as well as Power Line Construction and Maintenance. He currently is employed as a journeyman lineman at Sioux Valley Energy in Sioux Falls.
Omar & Miranda (Gustafson) Terry
A married man was indicted last month and charged with bigamy after allegedly marrying a woman after having already been married.Man sentenced to four months in jail for marrying two women
Omar Terry, 37, of Spencer, was married to Miranda Gustafson on Sept. 20, 2008, in Tyndall, court documents state, but Terry was already married to Claudia Perez at that point.
On Feb. 4, Terry was indicted and charged with bigamy, a Class 6 felony, punishable upon conviction by up to two years in prison and a $4,000 fine.
According to Mitchell Patrol Officer Dan Fechner, Terry and Gustafson were preparing for divorce, and Gustafson reported Terry's alleged crime on Nov. 12 to the Mitchell Police Division. It is unknown if Gustafson knew Terry was married at the time of their wedding.
Fechner then interviewed Terry, and Terry allegedly admitted to the offense.
Bon Homme County State's Attorney Lisa Rothschadl also filed a habitual offender charge against Terry due to his felony record.
According to court documents, Terry was convicted of burglary of habitation-theft from a structure or vehicle adapted for overnight accommodation-a second-degree felony, on Nov. 26, 1999, in San Antonio Texas. After that, he was convicted of vehicle theft valued between $1,500 and $20,000 on Nov. 29, 2000, also in San Antonio. Finally, Terry pleaded guilty to identity theft, a Class 6 felony, in Yankton County on May 28, 2007.
Per South Dakota law, a habitual offender charge in which a person has been convicted of three or more non-violent offenses enhances the current felony charge by two levels, court documents state.
The habitual offender charge, if substantiated, would bump the bigamy charge to a Class 4 felony, punishable upon conviction by up to 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.
Rothschadl declined to comment but said Terry has not yet been arrested. A warrant was issued, and Terry is to be held on a $2,000 bond.
Source: The Daily Republic (Mitchell, South Dakota) ~ Mar 14, 2016
TYNDALL - A McCook County man charged with bigamy was sentenced to 120 days in jail last week.
Omar Terry, 37, of Spencer, was sentenced on May 13 to two years in prison, suspended to 120 days in jail, and was placed on probation for two years after pleading guilty to bigamy - marrying someone while still wed to another - on May 10.
Terry was indicted for the class 6 felony on Feb. 4. According to court documents, Terry married Miranda Gustafson on Sept. 20, 2008, in Tyndall, but he was already married to Claudia Perez at that time.
Gustafson reported Terry's crime on Nov. 12, according to the Mitchell Police Division, while the two were preparing for divorce. It is unknown if Gustafson knew Terry was married on the date of their wedding.
A habitual offender charge - which increases the penalty of other charges - was dismissed. Bon Homme County State's Attorney Lisa Rothschadl originally filed the habitual offender charge because Terry has been convicted of three prior felonies: burglary and vehicle theft in Texas and identity theft in Yankton County.
Source: Daily Republic News ~ May 17, 2016
Alvin & Arlie (Logeman) Treick
The home of Mr. and Mrs. William Logeman was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday, July 17th the occasion being the marriage of their daughter, Miss Arlie Belle, to Mr. Alvin A. Treick of Alcester, son of Rev. and Mrs. H. Treick of this city. At ten o'clock a.m. to the strains of the Lohengrin Wedding March played by Miss Bess Cobb of Mitchell the bride and groom entered and took their place beneath the wedding bower. The Rev. E. F. Siegfriedt, rector of St. Andrews Episcopal church officiated using the beautiful ring service. After the congratulations of the guests, consisting of relatives and a few near friends of the bride and groom, places were found at the tables and all partook of a dainty wedding breakfast. The color scheme was pink and white, sweet peas and smilax being used in profusion throughout the house. Mr. and Mrs. Treick left on the noon train south and after a short wedding trip will be at home in Alcester, S.D.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ July 19, 1917
Marvin & Shirley (Rezac) Tramp
Marvin and Shirley (Rezac) Tramp are celebrating 50 wonderful years of marriage on Saturday, August 6, 2016. The couple was married on Saturday, August 6, 1966 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, in Tabor, SD.
The couple have 2 children: Jerilyn (Roy) Stiles of Austin, TX and Jolene (Mike) Johnson of Aurora, CO and 6 grandchildren.
Alvin & Mary Ann (Barger) Vanecek
Alvin and Mary Ann Vanecek celebrated 65 years of marriage on April 11, 2015. Their children request a card shower to help them celebrate. Both are homebound and love to receive mail. Please send cards to 30813 428th Ave, Tabor, SD.
Alvin Vanecek and Mary Ann Barger were united in marriage at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church on April 11, 1950. They have been farming and living near Tabor, SD the entire 65 years.
Please help us celebrate a long and lasting marriage by two people who have remained dedicated to each other for well over half a century.
James & Margaret "Peggy" (Kappenman) Van Steenwyk
James (Jim) Van Steenwyk married Margaret (Peggy) Kappenman August 21, 1965. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary earlier this month with their children Stacy Bone, Karla (Thomas) Hybertson and Lisa (Terry) Kelley along with their five grandchildren Michael, Makayla, Sydney, Dylan, and Kayleigh. Greetings can be sent to 2001 S. Wheatland Ct., Sioux Falls, SD 57106.
George & Violet (Sweet) Von Egeler
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at four thirty p.m. on New Years Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sweet in this city, when their daughter, Miss Violet A. Sweet was united in marriage to Mr. George F. Von Egeler also of this city. The ceremony was performed by Rev. John Kaye in the presence of the family of the bride and a few intimate friends. After the ceremony was performed and hearty congratulations extended to the worthy couple all sat down to a bountiful wedding dinner. After the wedding feast the bride and groom left in an auto for Yankton. The bride is one of Scotland's popular and accomplished young ladies. She is a graduate from the Scotland high school, and was a student for some time at the Dakota Wesleyan University. For the past two years she has been an efficient clerk in the Central Pharmacy, and by her cheerful and accommodating manner has won a best of friends. The groom came to Scotland about six months ago and engaged in the automobile and garage business as one of the firm of Von Egeler & Heinan. Although he has been here but a short time he has won the reputation of being a young man of upright character and good business ability. We join with the many friends of the happy couple in congratulations and trust that the union may be a happy and prosperous one. They have rented the Treiber house, on Poplar street which has already been partially furnished, and will be at home to their friends in Scotland after January 10th.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ January 2, 1913
Larry & Leora (Unknown) Walsh
Larry and Leora Walsh of 608 Orchard St., Ortonville, MN 56278 will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 24th, 2002. They were married at Tyndall, SD.
Their children will host an open house in honor of the occasion. It will be held at the Ortonville Senior Center on Aug. 24th from 1 until 5 p.m.
Everyone is welcome.
David & Katie (Tolsma) Whitely
Katie Marie Tolsma and David Jackson Whiteley of Prior Lake, Minn. will be married Saturday, July 11, 2015. They and their parents invite friends and family to join them for the dance and other post-wedding festivities at The Cogan House, rural Tabor. The newlyweds' first dance will be about 8:30 p.m.
Parents are Merlin and Cindy Tolsma of Springfield and Phyllis Whitely of Edmond, Okla. and the late Jack Whiteley.
Bernhard & Sophia (Berndt) Winckler
Bernhard Winckler and Sophia Edith Berndt were married at Danzig Baptist Church August 31, 1947.
Their children are Wayne and Peggy Winckler, Ila and Larry Chester, and Denise Campbell and Mike Travnicek. they have nine grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren with two more expected this fall.
Source: Tyndall Tribune & Register ~ August 26, 2015
Jason & Lacey (Bietz) Wynia
Jon and Brenda Bietz of Tripp are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Lacey Bietz to Jason Wynia, the son of Ken Wynia and Sheila Shutt of Springfield.
Lacey is a 2015 graduate of Mitchell Technical Institute with an associates degree in ag business.
Jason is a 2004 graduate of Bon Homme High School. He is employed by Kingsburg Grain & Feed of Springfield.
They will be married September 26, 2015 at Pete Tolsma's Barn by Springfield.
Kenneth & Norma (Bittner) Wittmeier
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wittmeier were married at the Salem Reformed church at Menno on Thursday, Dec. 29, 1960. Mrs. Wittmeier was formerly Norma Bittner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bittner of Lesterville. Mr. Wittmeier is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittmeier of Tyndall. The newlyweds will make their home on a farm west of Tyndall upon their return from a honeymoon trip through the eastern states.
William & Carrie (Robinson) Wilson
On the morning of the 30th day of June, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Robinson, occurred the marriage of Wm. G. Wilson and Carrie L. Robinson. The house was decorated in seasonable novelties and embellished with flowers and plants. At the hour of 10:15 a.m., the bride and groom preceded by little Helen, sister of the bride, bearing the ring within the petals of a rose, entered the room to the music Lohngrin's "Wedding March," played by Mrs. Flora Freeman, sister of the groom. They stood under a beautiful arch made of green decorated with white syringas blossoms, from which hung a lovers knot made of white. Here they were met by the officiating clergyman, Rev. Chas. E. Wilcox and with the beautiful ring ceremony each plighted troth to the other while the sweet tones of music floated from the piano.
The bride was dressed in Paris Lawn, trimmed in lace, worn with a beautiful sash of white satin. In her hand she carried a bouquet of beauteous bride roses. One of the ornaments she wore was a pearl pin that was the gift of her father to her mother and was worn by her mother on her wedding day. She also wore her mother's wedding slippers. The groom wore the conventional black.
After congratulations and good wishes had been extended, two solos entitled, "To My First Love" and "You'd Better Ask Me," were beautifully rendered by Miss Ethel Haynes.
While the happy couple and the guests enjoyed themselves in conversation a bountiful wedding breakfast was prepared and served, the dining room being decorated with pink and white. When all were seated at the table, Miss Eugenia Parmenter sang, "Oh promise Mr: in her sweet way. After the blessing was asked by Rev. Wilcox, the company proceeded to do justice to the good things which were served by three lady friends of the bride. The bride's cake contained the usual hidden treasures of thimbles, ring and penny which will undoubtedly prognosticate the future of those who found the various articles in the individual pieces. So the friends of Mr. Robinson will be sorry to learn that he secured the thimble; Rev. Wilcox the ring and Mrs. Frank Wilson the penny. At the conclusion of the repast a carriage was in waiting at the door which took the bridal party to the depot in time to catch the showers of rice and congratulations which were waiting them, and also incidentally to take the north bound train. The traveling suits were all of gray with hat and gloves to match. The honeymoon will be spent amidst the beauties and coolness of the Black Hills region.
This was the consummation of one of the happiest events. The bride and groom are among the best respected and most promising of the young people of Scotland, and seem in every way suited to one another.
The bride has grown up in Scotland and has a great multitude of sincere friends whom she has won by her true sweet womanly ways. The groom became one of the business men of Scotland about four years ago and has by his business integrity won a strong position for himself in the business world of Scotland. By the uprightness of his life he has won a place in the esteem of his townsmen.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have rented the Reich property across from the Presbyterian church, where they will be at home after the 18th of August.
The prospect seems very brights and promising for these young people and we join with the rest in calling down upon them the brightest and richest blessings of heaven.
Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bruntlette, of Wessington Springs, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson, of Audubon, IA., and Mrs. Floyd Wilson, of Manilla, Ia.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ July 1, 1909
Fred & Emma (Meiers) Weidenbach
Mr. Fred Weidenbach and Miss Emma Meiers were married on Tuesday of this week at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meiers, living three miles north of Avon. We have been unable to receive an account of the wedding, but are informed that the bride and groom left after the ceremony for Sioux City for a brief wedding trip and will return to Scotland on Friday of this week. They will commence housekeeping in the house owned by the groom's mother on Curry street. The groom is a bright and energetic young business man and has been employed for several years in the Quick Sale Merchantile Co.'s store. He is a young man whose friends are numbered by his acquaintances and all will join in hearty congratulations. The bride is a stranger in Scotland but will receive a cordial welcome to the social circles.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ June 6, 1912
Otto & Louise (Catton) Woods
A very pleasant double wedding occurred at the home of Rev. Hamilton, pastor of the Presbyterian church in Sioux City, on Wednesday, February 14th, when Miss Louise Catton of this place was married to Mr. Otto Woods of Maple Hill, Kans., and Miss Beatrice Catton was married to Mr. John Louis Johnson of Yankton. The brides are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William Catton, living west of town and are young ladies of culture and refinement. Mr. Woods was a former resident of this place but moved to Kansas two years ago where he had purchased a farm and is doing well. Mr. Johnson is an electrician engaged in business in Yankton. After a brief wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. Woods will be at home to their friends at Maple Hill, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will be at home in Yankton after April first. The best wishes of their Scotland friends will go with these worthy young people to their future homes.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ February 15, 1912
Clayton & Minnie (Gelling) Wittmeier
Clayton and Minnie Wittmeier of Avon will celebrate their 60th anniversary on August 24, 2016.
They will celebrate with a family dinner at a later date.
The couple had three daughters: Donna (Joe) Larsen of Crooks, SD; Debra (Robert) Ruppelt of Tyndall, SD; and Karen (Larry) Johnson of Watertown, SD. They have seven grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Cards may be sent to PO Box 213, Avon, SD 57315.
Eugene & Lorene (Behl) Weidenbach
The family of Eugene & Lorene Weidenbach requests a card shower on their parent's 70th wedding anniversary, September 8, 2016. Cards may be sent to them at 1010 Main Street, Scotland, SD 57059.
Ellery & Elsie (Bardwell) Wilcox
A very quiet, unique and romantic marriage was solemnized Sunday afternoon on the banks of the James River in the grove a miles and a half south east of the Maxwell Mennonite Colony. Standing upon a carpet of beautiful green dotted in profusion by the crimson, fallen leaves, over shadowed by the beautiful trees, and surrounded by the nearest and dearest of earthly friends, E. V. Wilcox of Sioux City and Miss Elsie Bardwell of Scotland pledged their troth each to other with the beautiful ring ceremony, Rev. Wilcox being the officiating clergyman. These young people had a desire not to be always bound by the conventional and to exercise their own originality. They finally gained consent to have the arrangements to suit themselves. So all things were planned swiftly and quietly. Some did not even know that they were bound for such an errand even after they were on the way. But the auto overtook the quietly jogging horse of the minister and enlightment shone in the eyes. After the happy consummation of the wedding vows it did not seem that any thing could be more beautiful or fitting.
Mr. Wilcox is a photographer, has made his home in Sioux City for some time but now resides at Mitchell where he and his wife will make their home. He is to be congratulated on the woman he has won.
The bride's home has been in Scotland and vicinity. Here she has grown to womanhood. In her home life and her work of a trained nurse she has shown herself a true womanly woman. The many friends she has won for herself by her admirable qualities all join in wishing her and her husband the best of life's blessings.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ October 13, 1910
Guy & Edith (Peck) Williamson
Mrs. W. D. Griffiths went to Sioux City Monday and Mr. Griffiths followed on Tuesday. They went to attend the wedding of Mr. Guy Williamson of Greenwood and Miss Edith Peck of Sioux City which was solemnized at the home of the bride's mother and high noon on Wednesday, December 30th. The bride is well known in Scotland, having resided here for two or three years in the early 90's with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Peck, and is an estimable young lady. The groom is a son of Rev. and Mrs. John P. Williamson of Yankton Agency, and is engaged in the mercantile business at that place. The wedding is a happy culmination of an acquaintance from childhood and that it will be a happy one is assured. We extend congratulations.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ December 31, 1908
Lewis & Georgiania Young
This Legislature (1865-1866) also passed two divorce bills, one from Bon Homme County entitled Georgiania H. Young vs. Lewis Young, regarding which the Committee on Judiciary say in their report, that after examining the written testimony they are forced to the conclusion that the conduct of Lewis Young has been of such a character as to render it impossible for his wife and child to live with him. The affidavits of Francis Rounds, George T. Rounds, and the plaintiff are cited in support of the claim and the committee recommends the passage of the bill, which action was taken; but Governor Edmunds vetoed the measure, and the Legislature refused to pass it over his veto.
Source: History of Dakota Territory, Volume I by George Kingsbury ~ 1915
Alan & Hilda (Hammond) Zolnowsky
Charles Bridge of Rapid City didn't exactly do that stunt of "waiting at the church" but he did dress up in his good clothes, pin a bounteous bouquet on the lapel of his fine new wedding suit coat, and then stand waiting at the home of his bride-to-be (or rather bride-to-have-been) while that particular young lady took "for better or worse" one Alan Zolnowsky, a young man of Bon Homme county. Bridge, who was to have married Miss Hilda M. Hammond of Scotland, had arrived several days before the wedding day and all arrangements had been completed for a big wedding and reception. While he and the assembled guests, also members of the girl's family, waited for the bride to appear word was received that she had suddenly changed her name to Mrs. Alan Zolnowsky, the marriage taking place at Tyndall.
Source: The Bemidji (Minnesota) Daily Pioneer ~ September 9, 1915.
Clifford & Helen (Sell) Zeeb
Scotland - Mr. and Mrs. William Sell of Tyndall announce the engagement of their daughter, Helen Marie, to Clifford Zeeb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Zeeb of Scotland. Sell is a senior at Avon high school. Her fiance is employed at the Scotland Cooperative Creamery. No wedding date has been set.
Source: The Freeman (SD) Courier ~ January 12, 1961
F. & Bertha (Stark) Zimmerman
A quiet wedding took place at the house of Mr. J. H. Stark, on Wednesday at 11 A.M., his daughter Bertha H. being married to Mr. F. F. Zimmerman of Aberdeen, this state. The ceremony was performed by the father of the bride assisted by Rev. W. J. Krieger of Milwaukee, Wis., a brother-in-law to the bride. The young couple took the 1:45 train for Aberdeen, their future home, where Mr. Zimmerman is engaged in the lumber business. We join with our friends in wishing them a long and happy life.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ November 17, 1904
John & Rita (Kotalik) Breckenridge
John and Rita (Kotalik) Breckenridge of Yankton, SD were married on September 24, 1976 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Tabor, SD.
In celebration of John and Rita's 40th anniversary, greetings can be sent to 31157 434th Avenue, Yankton, SD 57078.
Hugo & Emma (Billigmeier) Treick
Mr. Hugo Treick and Miss Emma Billigmeier were married last Thursday afternoon, October 29th, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Billigmeier, in the south part of town. Promptly at five o'clock the contracting parties entered the parlor and took their place under the arch of ferns that had been prepared for the occasion. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Henry Treick, father of the groom, after which congratulations were freely given. The bestowals were not limited to mere words of congratulation, but included many presents that will not only serve as pleasant mementos, but will be found useful in the new home soon to be established. A bountiful two course dinner was served a few hours spent in social amusements until the arrival of the 1:30 train when the bride and groom left for a visit with friends in Nebraska. Both the bride and groom are among our most estimable young people, and they have a wide circle of friends who will join in congratulations. Both were for some time employed as clerks in the New York Store, the groom still holding that position. They will commence housekeeping in a new house just being completed by Jac. Korb in the west part of ton. The out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Billigmeier and Mr. and Mrs. Woerpel of Kulm, N.D., Mrs. Schroeder and daughter of Harvey, N.D., Mr. Alvin Treick, of Alcester, and Mr. Paul Treick of Marion, S.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Weber of Menno.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ November 5, 1914
Raymond & Lottie (Bush) Young
A very pretty wedding took place on Thursday, Feb. 27, when Miss Lottie Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bush, of north of the city, was united in the bonds of holy matrimony to Mr. Raymond Young of Springfield.
Rev. Chas. Langdon of the Methodist Episcopal Church was the officiating minister. The bride was attended by Miss Gosser of Olivet and the groom by Mr. Harry Bush, brother of the bride. Only members of the family were present. After the wedding breakfast the couple left to spend their honeymoon in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Young will make their home in Sioux City where Mr. Young will engage in the auto business. He has just been honorably discharged from the United States Army.
Mrs. Young is a very estimable young lady, enjoying a large circle of friends from whose midst she will be missed. She is highly respected by all who know her throughout the entire community and her host of friends join in wishing her much joy, and also congratulate the groom in his success in winning so popular a young lady.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ March 6, 1919
James & Mildred (Smith) Riedemann
The following account of the wedding of Mr. James H. Riedemann and Miss Mildred Smith, from the Lexington, Miss. News, will be read with interest by the Scotland friends of Mr. Riedemann, who spent his boyhood days in Scotland.
On Wednesday morning, December the first, at ten o'clock, the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Smith, Lexington, Miss., was vibrant with the sound of wedding music, the happy occasion being the marriage of their daughter, Mildred, to Mr. James Henry Riedemann of Citronelle, Ala.
One hundred guests were bidden by informal invitation a few days previous, to witness the beautiful ceremony of the Episcopal Church, united these two hearts forever and aye. The spacious hall was converted into a bower of beauty, under the artistic hand of Mrs. Abel Bliss. Through the magic transformation of palms, ferns and cut flowers a chancel effect was obtained. The horse-shoe of good luck happiness made of bride's roses and white carnations was suspended from an archway of ropes of ivy and under this emblem of good blessings, the marriage service was said in an impressive reverence by Reverend Edward McCrady.
Miss Mildred is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, and is the possessor of a beautiful voice which had been extensively cultured. She is a graduate of the Industrial Institute and College at Columbus, Miss., and was assistant in voice culture for a year at that school. She has a legion of friends whose good wishes go with her to her new Gulf Coast home. Mr. Riedemann is a young man of many sterling qualities of handsome physique, of pleasant address and financially well established in his own town.
Source: The Citizen-Republican (Scotland, SD) ~ December 30, 1909
Tony & Jaclyn (Bentzen) Jacobson
Jackie Bentzen and Tony Jacobson, both of Watertown, SD, announce their engagement.
Parents of the couple are John and Jan Bentzen of Tabor, SD and Scooter and Cindi Jacobson of Watertown, SD.
The bride-to-be is a 2006 graduate of Bon Homme High School and earned a bachelor's degree in Business-Economics from South Dakota State in 2010. She is presently employed as the Office Manager at the Watertown Community Rec Center.
The future groom graduated from Watertown High School in 2003 and received a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from South Dakota State in 2009. He is the owner of Midwest Conservation, LLC in Watertown.
An October 1, 2016 wedding is planned in Brookings with Pastor Dan Flyger officiating.
Marvin & Joan (Honomichl) Dixon
In celebration of Marvin and Joan (Honomichl) Dixon's 50th wedding anniversary on November 19th 2016, their children would like to honor them with a card shower. Cards of congratulations may be sent to 30331 420th Ave., Tyndall, SD 57066.
Lauren & Sylvia (Kocmick) Meiers
Source: Avon (SD) Clarion ~ October 26, 2016
Alec & Sierra (Svatos) Weber
Terry and Nora Svatos, Lake Andes and Scott and JoLynn Weber, Tyndall, are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Sierra Rae Svatos and Alec Martin Weber.
Sierra is a 2013 graduate of Andes Central High School and 2015 graduate of Northeast Community College with a veterinary technician degree. She now works in Platte and Corsica for Dr. Darrel Kraayenbrink.
Alec is a 2013 graduate of Bon Homme High School and is attending South Dakota State University for his agronomy degree. He will graduate in December 2017.
A December 17, 2016 wedding is planned.
Curtis & Marcella (Unknown) Cass
Please join us in celebrating Marcella and Curtis Cass's 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 16, 2016 from 1-4 p.m. at the West Winds dining room located at 1140 Washington Street, Scotland, SD. If you are unable to attend, but would like to send words of congratulations, mail them to them at 42229 293rd Street, Scotland, SD 57059.
Mark & Crystal (Honner) Povondra
Crystal Ann Honner and Mark Robert Povondra announce their engagement.
Parents of the couple are Richard & Rita Honner and Dennis & Sherry Povondra, Tabor. Grandparents are Arlen & Nancy Roinstad, Geddes; Frances Honner and Emil Beran, Tabor.
Crystal is a graduate of Bon Homme High School and holds an associate's degree in Health Information Technology from Dakota State University. She is employed as a Medical Records Clerk at the Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C.
Mark is a graduate of Bon Homme High School and holds a bachelor of science in Computer Network & Security from Dakota State University. He is employed at Yankton Medical Clinic, P.C. and works in the IT department.
A November 19th, 2016 wedding is planned in Tabor, SD.