Looking for any information on J. FLOYD SLUTTER who married ETHEL ASKINS (see below) 1913 in Reno. J. Floyd Slutter was son of Jesse Slutter who was son of Jonas Slutter who was son of Christian Slutter. Thanks for any help.
Nevada State Journal, Reno Nevada, June 15, 1913:
The friends of Mr. Floyd Slutter honored him at a smoker on Wednesday evening in anticipation of his marriage to Miss Ethel Askins.
At high noon on Thursday, Miss Ethel Askins became the bride of J. Floyd Slutter at a quiet home wedding at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Askins, on Railroad Avenue.
The home was beautifully decorated with greens and flowers, interwoven with pink and white crepe paper.
The bride, who is a petite girl of the brunette type, was a picture in her gown of pink silk aeolian, trimmed with cream lace, and wore a wreath of baby roses in her dark hair.
The marriage ceremony was read by Reverend B. C. Miller. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. L. M. Slutter of Denver, and is a young man of sterling qualities.
The young people departed on a honeymoon trip to San Francisco and southern California, and will return to reside in Alturas, Modoc County, California, where Mr. Slutter will be engaged in business. Mrs. Slutter has the honor of being the second bride in Mason, Mrs. C. A. Bovett being the first.
Nevada State Journal, Reno Nevada, Feb. 15, 1914:
Hotel Golden Arrivals:
......, J. Floyd Slutter, Mason; ........
Nevada State Journal, Reno Nevada, August 13, 1914:
J. Floyd Slutter, a prominent businessman from Alturas, California, is at the Riverside, accompanied by his wife.
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