Warner, Bessie (Marriage - 1917)






----Source: Greenwood Gleaner 03/08/1917



At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Roos on Bad Route the evening of Feb. 10th, 1917, in the presence of a small company of relatives and friends, Mr. I. C. Hall was married to Miss Bessie Warner, Rev. F. G. Boylan officiating. The ceremony was the single ring ceremony of the Methodist Church.

After the marriage the guest sat down to an elegant repast served by Mrs. Roos and her daughters.

Mr. Hall came to Montana in the spring of 1911, settling on land just west of the old Thurston ranch on Bad Route Creek. Mr. Hall has proved himself a man of sterling integrity of character, one of Prairie County's desirable citizens. Miss Warner's popularity is beyond question in the Bad Route country. Since the organization of the school district she has been the only teacher until the present time and the patrons of the school, to say nothing of the kids , regret that she has decided to take a school of one.

The newly married couple went the same evening to the home of the groom. Their departure was accelerated by a shower of rice and old shoes, accompanied by hearty congratulations and wishes for a long and happy life. All who know them will join heartily in these congratulations. (Terry, Montana Paper)

The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Warner of our city (Greenwood, Clark County), and is well known here by many, who, together with the Gleaner, extend best wishes for many years of happy wedded life.




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