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THE PROTECTION POST, 2 December 1920
Marriage of
DEWEY DECK & TEMPLE TODD
TODD - DECK.

Mr. and Mrs. John Todd announce the marriage of their daughter, Temple, to Mr. Dewey Deck on Wednesday, December 1, 1920, at Billings, Montana.

Mrs. Deck left last Sunday for Billings, Montana, where Dewey intended to meet her and where they were married.

The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Todd, who reside north of town. She is a young woman of the character and disposition that makes many staunch friends. She will be a worthy helpmate for the young man of her choice.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Deck of this city. He is a young man of sterling character, who has recently gone into business with an uncle at Post Falls, Idaho, where he will take his bride and where they will make their future home.

These young people will be greatly missed by the young folks of this community, but the Post feels sure that no young people ever launched into the matrimonial seas with more well wishes from their many friends than this bride and groom.

The Post would be among those wishing them a happy, prosperous and blissful wedded life.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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