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THE WESTERN STAR, 5 January 1917
Marriage of

At 2 o'clock p.m. on last Friday, December 29, 1916, occurred the marriage of Fred Hase and Miss Elsie Halbert. The ceremony was performed at the Presbyterian manse, Rev. A. G. Alexander, the pastor, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Janson were the only relatives present. Mrs. Janson is a sister of the bride. Soon after the ceremony the bride and groom and Mr. and Mrs. Ers. Janson started in the groom's car for Chetopa, Kans., the home of the bride's parents.

The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hase who are among the pioneer settlers in this county. He is an industrious, trustworthy and very deserving young man. For some time he has had charge of the U. G. Stephens farm, a few miles north of this city. The bride has lived here for only a few months, but during that time she has won the esteem of numerous friends. The Star wishes Mr. and Mrs. Hase abundant happiness and success.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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