Ewers, James Lloyd & Stella Burrill (Marriage 1926)
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 8/27/2010 at 11:37:14
LeMars Sentinel, 20 Aug 1926
LLOYD EWERS WINS A BRIDE
POPULAR LE MARS YOUNG COUPLE ARE QUIETLY MARRIED TUESDAY MORNING
James Lloyd Ewers and Stella Burrill, well known members of the younger
set in LeMars, were quietly married early Tuesday morning at the
Methodist parsonage. Rev. F. B. Nixon performing the ceremony. The
attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rees. The young people left
immediately after the ceremony by motor for Sioux City where a wedding
breakfast was partaken at the Martin hotel. From there they left on a
trip to the Black Hills and other western points. They expect to be
home to their friends October 1, in LeMars
The bride and groom are members of well know Plymouth county pioneer
families and their marriage is the culmination of an attachment formed
when they attended the LeMars high school.
Mr. Ewers is engaged in the garage business in this city. Both he and
his bride are popular in a large circle of acquaintances.
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