The Topeka State Journal, May 19, 1914
North Side News
Wedding of Two Well Known North Side Young People
An event which will be of much interest to many people in North Topeka and the northern part of the county was the wedding of Miss Alma Bartram and Marvin Bogle. The wedding took place at the home of
Rev. J. E. Scheer, pastor of the Kansas Avenue Methodist church. Saturday evening at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Bogle Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bartram, who live in the Elmont neighborhood. Mr. Bartram is one of the prosperous farmers of that place and is well known in the northern part of the county. The bridegroom is advertising manager of the Shawnee Chief and is well known in Topeka. He is a Virginian and has been connected with the newspaper game practically all his life. He set type in the printing office of a country newspaper when he was forced to stand on a box in order to get a good view of the type case. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left for the home of the bride's parents at Elmont. They will be at home to their friends at 312 West Tenth street.