||Wallace Gregg JOHNSON, b. 20 Mar 1903, The Nels Johnson farm home, 4 miles north of Ord, Ord, Valley Co., NE , d. 08 Dec 1977, Simi Valley, Ventura Co., CA (Age 74 years) |
||17 Jan 1925
||Kirksville, Adair Co., MO [1, 2]
| ||1. Sharon Lea JOHNSON, b. 10 Jul 1929, d. 17 Jun 2002, Simi Valley, Ventura Co., CA (Age 72 years)|
- [S47] Nels Johnson Family Bible, (L. M. Ayer Publishing Co., Minneapolis, MN, 1886, Second Date, 1996), FB-JohnsonNels..
WALLACE JOHNSON MARRIED
Wallace Johnson sprung a surprise on his Ord relatives by getting married on January 17th. His bride was a Miss Ora Belle Stelman, [sic] which is about the extent of the knowledge of the groom's family has of the matter. The groom is a student at the Osteopath school at Kirksville and that, we assume, will be the home of the young people for the present at least. We have no doubt Wallace has exercised his usual good judgment and we join his many [f]riends in wishing himself and bride abundance of joy and prosperity.
Word has been received of the marriage of Wallace Johnson to Ora Bell [sic] Spellman, at Moberly, Mo. Wallace is the son of Nels Johnson, of Ord, and a graduate of the Ord High school. His is attending the Osteopathic School at Kirksville where he met and married Miss Spellman.
The Journal joins the many friends of these of these young people in wishing them much happiness in their married life.
MISS ORA BELLE SPELMAN
TO WED ORB, NEB., MAN
Miss Ora Belle Spelman of Sturgeon and Dr. Wallace Johnson of Orb, Neb., will be married in Kirksville next Saturday, Miss Spelman's sister, Kathleen, of Moberly, and Kenneth Watt of Kirksville will be the attendants.
Miss Spelman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Spelman of Sturgeon, a former student in the Moberly High School and a graduate of the Kirksville Commercial College.
Dr. Johnson is a member of the Atlas Club in Kirksville and a student in the School of Osteopathy there. Dr. and Mrs. Johnson will make their home in Kirksvillee. [sic]
- [S38] History of Swan Johnson Family, Lena Johnson Schlichtmeier with the assistance of J. W. Johnson, (dated January 1936, with subsequent undated additions), NE-FH-JohnsonSwan., p. 14.