Fairbanks Daily Times 06 Oct 1914Quiet marriage is celebrated

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Fairbanks Daily Times 06 Oct 1914Quiet marriage is celebrated - it A. he far the for Dillon the the higher...
it A. he far the for Dillon the the higher notice a day application IS CELEBRATED Although Dan Cupid deserted Fairbanks Fairbanks for a few months duringi the early part of the summer, he has been working overtime since returning returning from his vacation, and with such success that another wedding was added yesterday to his string of victories. victories. At the Southworth residence, residence, on Wickersham street, Mr. Thomas T. Dickinson, the well-known freighting contractor and teamster, was united in matrimony to Mrs. Anna L. Kelly, who has been in Fairbanks Fairbanks for. a number of years. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Joseph J. Patton, of St. James' Methodist Episcopal church, with Mr. and.Mrs. R. G. Southworth as attendants. Following the marriage, marriage, a wedding dinner was served at the Nordale. Mr. Dickinson has been in the North since the early Dawson days, arid came to Fairbanks shortly after the first stampede here. Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson have taken up "their" residence at the corner of Sixth avenue and Perry street. :hy, at unable As here, at man came will yesterday, also, not made will

Clipped from Fairbanks Daily Times06 Oct 1914, TuePage 3

Fairbanks Daily Times (Fairbanks, Alaska)06 Oct 1914, TuePage 3
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