There will be a great missionary convention at Erie, on Friday, June 30th, in the M. E. church. Two big services, 2:30 and 8:00 p. m. There will be several great speakers present among them will be Dr. J. M. Taylor, secretary department of Foreign Evangelism, board of Foreign Missions of the M. E. church, a remarkably gifted and interesting and dramatically forceful speaker. Dr. Taylor will speak on South American Missions. Dr. H. A. Musser, the marvelous “Jungle” Missionary, has a wonderful message from the India fields. Out of town visitors and delegates will be served with substantial FREE refreshments at 6 p. m. Everybody cordially welcome.
On Thursday Sept. 14th 1916 another pretty wedding took place at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jenkins of Erie, N. Dak. where their daughter Miss Susie Ann and Mr. Wayne Resley Kyser of Chaseley, North Dakota were united in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony. At the appointed hour in the beautiful sun parlor the wedding ceremony took place. The bridegroom and Rev. Anderson led the way to the bridal alter and awaited the coming of the bride, under an arch of wild daisies and goldenrod. To the strains of the bridal Chorus from Lohengrin and Mendelssohn's wedding march played by Mrs. H. F. Nutting the bride entered on her father's arm, who gave her in marriage. Softly the wedding march continued throughout the beautiful ring service, which was read by Rev. Anderson of Fargo, N. D. The bride wore a gown of ivory charmeuse, trimmed in real lace and seed pearls and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Immediately following this ceremony a delicious wedding dinner was served to close relatives and friends. The table was decorated in yellow daisies, the centerpiece being a low basket of daisies. Concluding the dinner the bride cut the large wedding cake which was beautifully decorated in white roses and sweet peas. Following the dinner the happy couple left with a number of friends by auto to Casselton where they took the train for a short wedding trip to the Twin cities. The bride's traveling suit was of brown velvet trimmed in fur with hat and shoes to match. The groom wore a suit of gray. The bride a popular young lady of Erie has grown to womanhood in our midst. The groom, Mr. Wayne Resley Kyser, came from El Paso, Ill., to Chaseley, N. D., where he has made his home for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Kyser will be at home in Erie, N. D. after Oct. 1st, 1916.
Miss Lucille Roedder and Mr. Frank Goodrich Brewer were married at the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday morning at eleven o'clock by the Pastor Rev. A. H. Gassner. Misses Pearl Hausmann of St. Louis, and Martha Roedder were bridesmaids and Messrs. Edwin Roedder and Walker Reck groomsmen. After the ceremony the bridal party enjoyed an excellent wedding dinner and only a few of their relatives were present. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roedder of this city and met Mr. Brewer a number of years ago while he attended school in St. Louis. She has a charming disposition, and will make Mr. Brewer an ideal companion. They departed Sunday afternoon for Minneapolis, where they will make their future home, and The Citizen joins their many friends in extending congratulations and best wishes for a bright and happy future.-Washington, Mo., Citizen. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer are here visiting with his brothers, B. S. Brewer, of Erie and H. T. Brewer of Hunter, and their families.
Northwest Greenings, 8 bu. Barrels, price $4.25 per barrel. Howard H. Capener, Erie.