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WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT, Thursday MARCH 19, 1914
POPULAR COUPLE BECOME ONE
Louise Eikmeier and Rudolph Hoelsher exchange vows in presence of large number of friends.
The marriage of Miss Louise Eikmeier and Rudolph Hoelsher occured at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Eikmeier, north of Burlington, Wednesday night. A large crowd of friends attended the function, the most enjoyable held in that vicinity. A bounteous wedding banquet was served after which a pleasant social evening was spent. Guests attending from Burlington were Mssrs. and Mesdames J. Werner, H.T. Hogy, E.A. Madsen, and H.A. Kluver.
The bride is a charming young woman, the daughter of one of the county's very best farmers. The groom recently arrived from Canada. The couple will reside on the Grueneberg farm near Burlington.
WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT, NOVEMBER 15, 1917
MINOT AND VICINITY
Aug. Eikmeier, a well-to-do farmer has moved from his farm west of this city, and will be a resident of this city hereafter. August is an excellent citizen and will fit in well in this city. He has rented his farm to his son-in-law, Rudolph Hoelscher.
Another article about the fair stated that August raised corn, beans, rye and potatoes.
WARD COUNTY INDEPENDENT THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1918
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoelscher, who reside north of Burlington, Sunday.
THURSDAY APRIL 13, 1916
A fine baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoelscher, on Monday of this week.