BioM: Hallowell, Hattie (1925)

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----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 09/24/1925

Hallowell, Hattie (15 SEP 1925)

(Hartford Press)

The marriage of two of our most popular young people, Miss Hattie Hallowell and Clarence Ferguson, was solemnized on Tuesday evening, Sept. 15th, 1925, at the parsonage of the Methodist-Episcopal Church. Rev. J. a. Collinge pronounced the word which made them man and wife at eight o'clock.

Mrs. J. A. Collinge, wife of the pastor, and Miss Emma Klink, cousin of the bride, were the only witnesses to the ceremony.

Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson did not go on a wedding trip, but have already gone to housekeeping in the home recently purchased by the groom located at 206 Third St.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hallowell, and has always made her home in the city. For the last twelve years she has held a position with the Wis. Telephone Company exchange in this city, and during the past four years has held the responsible position of chief operator. She is a young lady whose ability is highly appreciated by the company by whom she is employed. She will return to her work at the telephone exchange in the near future. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson of Loyal, Clark County, Wis., but has made his home in Hartford for nine years, during which time he has held the position of clerk at the local freight depot, of the C. M. & St.. P. Railway. Co., and is a well met young man of exemplary habits.

The Press joins the many friends of the newlyweds in wishing them an abundance of good luck and happiness throughout their married life.



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