Heine - Summers marriage - 1910
HEINE, SUMMERS, TINDELL
Posted By: Reid R. Johnson (email)
Date: 2/12/2019 at 15:19:12
While it was known to a few intimate friends and surmised by some others, yet the marriage of Ray O. Heine and Miss Sada Summers, which occurred June 6, last, was not made public until a few days ago. It came as no little surprise to the unsuspecting friends and acquaintances of the young couple, though six months had elapsed since the event took place they were none the less generous congratulations. The groom, who had been studying dentistry in Chicago, graduated with honors last June and it was during commencement week, June 6, that the nuptial event took place. Soon after the graduation, Dr. and Mrs. Heine arrived in Guttenberg, and after a short visit with friends the doctor departed for Hamilton, Mont., to locate in the practice of his profession, while Mrs. Heine remained here at the home of her mother, Mrs. I. N. Tindell, awaiting the time for her husband to thoroughly complete arrangements for their settling down to married life in a new home. Tuesday night Mrs. Heine took her departure for Hamilton, Mont., to join her husband and left with the best wishes of a host of friends. During the short time of his location in the Montana city, Dr. Heine has built up a splendid and increasing practice. Dr. and Mrs. Heine are well and favorably known in Guttenberg and have a host of friends, who, since the fact of their marriage has been made public, will hasten to extend their hearty congratulations and wish for them happiness and unbounded success through life's walk.
Elkader Register & Argus, Thur., 12 Jan. 1911. Guttenberg column.
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