Saunders, Charles & Vena Sellers (Marriage 1916)
SAUNDERS, SELLER, SELLERS
Posted By: Linda Ziemann, volunteer (email)
Date: 10/1/2010 at 17:13:28
LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel
May 2, 1916
HINTON SCHOOL TEACHER WEDS
Charles Saunders, of Beresford, South Dakota, and Miss Vena Sellers Are
Quietly Married in Sioux City—Will Live on a Dakota Farm
Miss Vena Sellers of Hinton, and Charles Saunders of Beresford, South
Dakota, were quietly married in Sioux City on Monday, April 24, at the First
Methodist church at that place.
Miss Sellers is an Iowa girl, being reared and educated in this state. She
attended and was graduated from Highland Park College, being a member of the
Class of 1910. Since graduation she has taught school in Plymouth County
with much success.
Charles Saunders is an Iowa boy, who moved to South Dakota about five years
ago, where he is engaged in farming.
After a honeymoon trip they will go to housekeeping on the groom’s farm nine
miles north of Beresford, South Dakota.
NOTE: Plymouth County school records give her name as: Veda Seller, taught Lincoln No. 5 school, 1915-1916. School records prior to 1915 are not posted on this website.
Plymouth Documents maintained by Linda Ziemann.
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