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Gabel, Ernest & Pearl Mann (Marriage Lic. 1907)

GABEL, MANN

Posted By: Viv Reeves (email)
Date: 4/22/2005 at 13:13:09

Marriage License
Ernest Gabel & Pearl Mann
Married February 6, 1907
Courthouse record: Volume 3, Page 403
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LeMars Sentinel dated February 8, 1907

SENEY: The families of Warren Doty and Wm. Jeffers drove over to Ruble
Wednesday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Doty's sister, Miss Pearl Mann,
to Mr. Ernest Gabel which occurred at the home of her grandmother, Mrs.
C.S. Jeffers. Miss Pearl is well known around here as she attended
school here for some time and since then has visited relatives in Seney
several times. Her schoolmates and friends extend their
congratulations.
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LeMars Sentinel, Friday, February 15, 1907, Page 1, Column 1:

RUBLE: --Married at the home of the brides' grandmother Mrs. C. S. Jeffers near Ruble on Wednesday, February 6, Ernest J. Gabel and Miss Pearl Mann. The home of Mrs. C. S. Jeffers residing near Ruble was the scene of wedding festivities in which the members of the contracting parties participated on Wednesday evening. The occasion being the wedding of her granddaughter Miss Pearl Mann to Ernest J. Gable. The ceremony took place at eight o'clock p.m. in the presence of about forty relatives and friends and was performed by Rev. O. L. Spurgeon pastor of the U. B. church at Adaville. The bride was attended by Miss Mary Gable sister of the groom and Wm. Mann brother of the bride acted as bestman. The bride was beautifully attired in a dress of white lansdown and wore a bouquett (sic) of lovely white roses. The bridesmaid wore a dress of white Indian linen and a bouquet of pink carnations. After the ceremony hearty congratulations were extended after which the guests were ushered into the dining room where an elaborate wedding dinner was served. The guests from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Strohm of Pierson, Iowa, and Mrs. I. M. Boyer and son of Colfax, N. D. The young people will make their home on the groom's father's farm three miles north of Ruble. They were the recipients of a large collection of beautiful and costly presents.


 

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