Sat., Oct. 28, 1911 - The Stevens Point Journal, Stevens Point, Portage County, WI; front page:
EARLY MORNING WEDDING.
Floyd Marston of Kilbourn and Hazel Charlesworth of this City.
A very quiet and simple wedding took place in St. Agnes chapel in the Church of the Intercession at 6:30 Friday morning, when Miss Hazel M. Charlesworth and Floyd Marston of Kilbourn were joined in wedlock, by Rev. E. M. Thompson. The bride was attended by Miss Mina Combs and the groom by Arthur Charlesworth, a brother of the bride. The only guests present were the immediate relatives. After the ceremony the bridal couple took the 7 o'clock train on the Green Bay & Western for New London, where they will spend a few days, going from there to points in the southern part of the state.
Mrs. Marston is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Charlesworth, 812 Normal avenue, and is well known in this city, where she has a large circle of intimate friends. She was formerly emloyed in the book and stationery department of H. D. McCulloch's store.
Mr. Marston is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marston of Kilbourn, and is employed as a fireman on the St. Paul railroad, with headquarters in Kilbourn, which city they will make their home. He is a nephew of Dr. F. A. Norton of this city.