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Russel Buckman marries June Vail/Fail - MN
Posted by: JUDY (ID *****9114) Date: December 01, 2004 at 06:17:42
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(This article is from a relative’s scrapbook. The name of the paper is unknown. This was printed on the top of the paper, “Fulda, Minnesota, Thursday, March 30, 1944 Volume LXV. NOTE: spelling of Vail/Fail in article. Submitted exactly as article was printed. )

“June Vail Wed at Worthington - Is Bride of Young Farmer of Madelia Community - In a simple ceremony at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church in Worthington, Miss June Fail of Fulda became the bride of Russel Buckman of Madelia, at 3:00 o’clock on Thursday afternoon. The bride wore a two piece dress of ashes of roses with white accessories, and her corsage was of talisman roses and white mums.

The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knorr of Fulda. Mrs. Knorr wore a dress of navy blue with white accessories and her corsage was of roses and white daisies.

After the ceremony the wedding party returned to Fulda and a wedding supper was served to members of the family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gravett.

The bride is a graduate of the Fulda High School and of Mankato Teachers College. For the past two years she has been an efficient teacher in a rural school near Madelia. The groom operates a farm five miles from Madelia and Mrs. and Mrs. Buckman went immediately to the farm where they will make their home.”

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