Born in Marshall Township
Confirmed at Little Cedar on May 17, 1898
From a newspaper clipping:
The marriage of Sophie Huseby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arne Huseby of Marshall township, Minn. and Andrew Slindee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Slindee of Adams, was held at the bride's home Dec. 23, 1907. The ring ceremony was used, Rev. O. C. Myhre officiating. The bride wore white Japanese silk and the bridesmaids pale blue. The bridesmaids were Annie Huseby, a sister of the bride, and Lizzie Slindee, a sister of the groom, and the best men were Bennie and Lewis Huseby. The ceremony was performed in the southeast corner of the parlor which was decorated with wedding bells, evergreen and hollies. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Ole Lunde. After congratulations were received from the hundreds of guests, a swell wedding dinner was served. The tables were decorated with roses, carnations and smilax. Congratulations were received from Idaho, Colorado, Wisconsin and different parts of this state where relatives and friends reside. After a Norwegian Christmas supper was served a pleasant evening was spent.
HISTORY OF MOWER COUNTY, 1911:
Andrew S. Slindee, who farms successfully on 120 acres in section 26, Marshall township, is a native born son of this county, having first seen the light of day in 1884 in the home of his father, Ole O. Slindee, who was born in Norway, and came to Mower County about thirty years ago. Andrew S. was educated in the county schools, and began work for himself at the age of sixteen.
In 1910 he purchased his present place, where he carries oil general farming, turning his attention largely to cattle, hogs and poultry. He is an independent Republican and a member of the Lutheran church.
The subject of this sketch was married in 1907 to Sophia Huseby, daughter of A. A. Huseby, of Marshall township, and to this union has been born a daughter, Sylvia Angeline, and a son, Orville Sylvester, who died in infancy.
Sophia Amelia Huseby Slindee
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