BioM: Austin, Marion (1928)

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Surnames: LINDERMAN AUSTIN JOHNSON

----Sources: WEEKLY CLARION (Dorchester, Clark Co, WI) 03/09/1928

Austin, Marion (11 FEB 1928)

Mr. Wm. Linderman and Miss Marion Austin were married Feb. 11, 1928, at Longview, Wash. Yes it happened in Leap Year, but nevertheless was pretty well planned in 1927, so we really don’t know just how it happened, for we all thought William a confirmed bachelor after all these years.

William is a brother of Mrs. J. H. Johnson and will be remembered by many of the Dorchester people although he left here while quite young, but has made many trips back here on visits to relatives and friends. He has spent several years on the prairies in the United States and Canada and a good many on a ranch in Montana. He is also well known in a number of Pacific Coast towns as a millwright, but now is employed as a building contractor in Portland and vicinity.

Miss Marion Austin was born in Nebraska and at the age of eight went to Oregon with her parents who homesteaded there and where she grew up. Her parents are still in the west, but she has a brother and sister living in Wisconsin. She is an accomplished pianist and has been active in literary work for many years, but is now conducting a Literary Bureau for Authors.

At the wedding the bride was attired in pink georgette and old lace and carried carnations; she wore blond slippers and stockings and a coat and hat of rose beige.

Mr. and Mrs. Linderman will be at home to their friends after May 1st.

 

 


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