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Hoyt, Harders wedding

Monday, May 10, 2004

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Ramsey and Tammy Harders
CULBERTSON -- Tammy Hoyt of Culbertson and Ramsey Harders of Clearwater were united in marriage March 20, 2004, at the Stone Church of rural Culbertson with the Rev. Greg Lawhorn, of Christ is King Church in Norfolk, officiating.

Parents of the couple are Ron and Alana Hoyt of Culbertson and David and Garnet Harders of Ceresco. Grandparents are Carroll and Antonette Turner of Bladen and Howard Manstedt of Wahoo.

The maid of honor was Anna Hoyt of Omaha, sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were Lori Abendroth of Omaha and Jenny Fleer of Hoskins.

The best man was Howard Manstedt of Wahoo, grandfather of the bridegroom. The bridegroomsmen were Chris Nohrenberg of Norfolk and Jim Thiele of Clearwater.

The flower girls were Beth and Erica Hoyt of Culbertson, nieces of the bride. The ring bearer was Joey Scanlon of Ithaca, nephew of the bridegroom.

The ushers were Paul Hoyt of Culbertson, brother of the bride, and Mike Scanlon of Ithaca, brother-in-law of the bridegroom.

The reception was at the Hitchcock County Community Building.

The bride is a graduate of Colby Community College in Colby, Kan., and the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. The bridegroom is a graduate of Northeast Community College in Norfolk. He is farming and doing mechanic work on a farm west of Elgin.

The couple makes their home in Elgin.