I've also been scanning old newspapers for info on Noah and Ethel and it seems our newlyweds have nested quietly. Since they both like a social life of visiting with family and friends, I'm sure they're doing it in the Adams-Grand Coulee area, but it's not making the Regina newspapers.
Interesting articles I found in the Newmarket Era included their articles on Regina's cyclone which was the subject of my post June 1912: Regina's F4 Cyclone. Here's what the Era said:
I first posted the above threshing photo on 1911 Courtship: Dear Ethel Sep 3. As you can see, it took a large crew to run the threshing machine of the early 1900's.
However, I found the article on the right in the Sept 27, 1912 issue of the Newmarket Era where they talk about a new threshing machine which only requires a crew of 4 instead of the previous crew of 14 like Noah needed.
The photo below is another one from Noah & Ethel's 1910-1924 album. I believe Noah is the man on the right side of the top row. Either of the women could be Ethel, but from the photo at the top of this post, I'm thinking that Ethel is on the left. Or perhaps the women are Noah's sisters, Eva Perrault and Ethel Rigler, and our newlywed Ethel is taking the photograph with Noah's camera.
Regardless of who is in the photo, it's a 16 man threshing outfit.