The marriage of Miss Marie Conklin of Lincoln and Martin Dumpert of Lincoln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dumpert of Exeter, took place July 10, 1942, at St. Mary's Cathedral in Lincoln.

Margaret Dumpert and Felix Dumpert, sister and brother of the groom, were the attendants.

Mr. and Mrs. Dumpert will make their home in Lincoln, where Martin is employed as a mechanic for the Burlington bus lines.

Out of town guests who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dumpert and Mrs. Bill Dumpert of Exeter, Miss Alice Dumpert of David City and Miss Sophia Dumpert of York.

Nebraska Signal
 Geneva, Nebraska
Thursday, July 16, 1942


(Note: The wedding announcement in the Nebraska Signal (July 16, 1942) has the bride's last name as Cochran. Marie Dumpert is buried with her parents in Longmont, Colorado. The last name of her parents on the grave marker is Conklin. Therefore, Marie's last name in this wedding announcement was changed to Conklin.)