Darville, Leslie C. & Mrs. Ethel M. Kriebs, Wedding 1916
DARVILLE, KRIEBS, RUPE
Posted By: Viv Reeves (email)
Date: 2/13/2006 at 21:41:35
Darville, Leslie C. & Mrs. Ethel M. Kriebs,14 Nov 1916
LeMars Sentinel, Friday, March 30, 1917, Page 1, Column 7:
KEPT IT A SECRET
WERE WEDDED AT OMAHA IN NOVEMBER
BRIDE IS A POPULAR TEACHER
Leslie C. Darville and Ethel M. Kriebs
Make Announcement of Ceremony
Which Occurred Some Months Ago--
Will Live on Farm Near Seney.
Announcement has just been made of the marriage of Leslie C. Darville and Ethel R. Kriebs, which took place in Omaha, Neb., on November 14, 1916. The young people succeeded in keeping the news of their marriage a secret from their friends and the announcement comes as a surprise. They were united in marriage by Rev. Von Der Lippe, pastor of the Clifton Hill Presbyterian church.
The young people are both well known residents of Plymouth county. The bride has taught school in this county for several years and is a bright and attractive young woman with many friends. The groom is a member of a pioneer family residing near Seney and has grown to manhood in the community. He is a progressive young farmer and very popular. Mr. and Mrs. Darville will go to housekeeping on the groom's farm north of Seney.
(Note--The bride's maiden name was Ethel May Rupe. She was first married to Charles Kriebs in 1911.)
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