Woodford County, Illinois  Marriage Announcements

Also see: Woodford County Marriage Applicants 1841-1868

And: Marriages, 1841-1870

And: Marriages, 1841 - 1847

The El Paso Journal, Jan 4, 1940, pg 6
Marriage Licenses

August Nelson Junker, Elizabeth Louise Feazel, both Washburn.
Edward V. Hirstein Jr., LaVerne Wieckhoff, both of Morton.
Virgil Robinson, Peoria; Marguerite Fischer, Benson.
Kenneth Darnell, Eureka; Dorothy Jennings, Canton.
Robert C. Mees, Toulin; Florence M. Harms, Benson.
Chester W. Kennell, Helen M. Neuhauser, both Eureka.

The El Paso Journal, Jan 4, 1940, pg 1
Ye Old Year's Record
Chronological Reniem of the Marriages, Births, Deaths and Other Happenings of 1939

1. Mary Ellen Kingdon, Eugene Mool, EI Paso.
5. Rosalie Subke, Lawrence Paul, Bloomington.
15. Martha Schrock, Rantoul; Peter Householter, Eureka.
16. Mary E. Burch, Chicago; C. B. Reeser, Eureka.
19. Laura A. Schertz, William J. Schertz, Eureka.
20. Viola Ladine Gundy, Normal; Earl D. Schertz, Gridley.
21. Marie Young, Chicago; Patrick O'Brien, Seneca.
22. Ann Oertzel, East Peoria; Harold. Heinrich, Peoria. Hulda Funk, Elmer Meiss, Gridley

1. Virginia King, Eureka; Archie Unzicker, Roanoke.
4. Katharine Stimpert, William Bowman, El Paso.
7. Janet North, El Paso; William Hagar, Mt. Healthy, Ohio.
8. Agnes E. Albrecht, Tiskilwa; Lloyd S. Studer, Roanoke.
14. Margaret Schlink, Hudson; Albert Bigger, El Paso. Alice Marie Mehlberg,  Flanagan; Roger O. Johnson, El Paso.
15. Helen Meyer, Gridley; Ed Folkerts, Minonk.
19. Bertha Grusy, Eureka; David Wingeier, Alto, Mich. Elnora Bauman, Benson; Harry W. Lindeburg, Kenesaw, Neb. Marie Seggerman, Flanagan; George Meyer, Gridley.
20. Eileen Punke, Everett Stephens, Gridley.
23. Ruby Smilie, Benson; David Robenstein, Secor.
26. Viola Wingstern, El Paso; Robert Wertz, Carlock. Velma Reichel, Lester Carson,  Peoria.
28. Eleanor Gerdes, Gridley; Henry J. Kutzner, Flanagan.

18. Mrs. Viola Switzer, Melton Sturm, Secor.
19. Ruth Ann Armstrong, Greene; Carl Crout, El Paso.

11. Mildred Punke, Dale Kendall, El Paso.
16. Emma Moser, Albert Hodel, Roanoke.
19. Gertrude Maulbach, Henry; Prosper Vogel, Benson.

6. Dorothy Ann Blue, Wilmer, Funk, Roanoke.
7. Emily Eft, Edgar Moore, Bloomington.
13. Frances Menno, Chicago; Robert R. Herbst, Roanoke. Edna Dornblaster, Chicago; Eugene Hodgson, Lexington, Ky.
23. Mary Helen Fruin, Gridley; Claude Quinn, Bloomington.
24. Ruth Klein, Wighton Haas, El Paso.
25. Camilla Kyser, El Paso; Roy Brown, Quincy.

3. Mary Ellen McCord, Robert Lewis Taylor, Detroit, Mich. Verna Stouts, Louis Thompson, Bloomington. Lorraine Proctor, Rutland; John J. O'Brien, Minonk. Norma Kalkwarf, William Turner, Minonk.
10. Mary Elizabeth Morse, Gerald C. North, Madison, Wis. June Myers, Danville; Edwin Otto, Gridley. Mrs. Merna DeWilde, Guy M. Blue, Roanoke.
15. Mildred Ruth North, El Paso; Edgar R. Jones, Hamilton, Ontario. Marie Anderson, Peoria; George Magenheuner. East Peoria.
17. Cecil Hansen, Flanagan; Christian Paluska, Roanoke. Elsie Pickrel, Galesburg; Bud Flame, Elmwood.
18. Irene Hodel, Gridley; Clyde Mohr, El Paso.
24. Dorothy Ann Kelly, El Paso; Kenneth G. Clothier, Bloomington; Anita Pierson, Chicago; James A. O'Neil, Pasadena, Cal. Marjorie Diener, Secor; Joseph Beoletto, Roanoke.
25.  Luella May Danzer, El Paso; Roger Branson, Lexington.
27. Adelia Stuckey, Paul A. Schweitbert, Wauseon, Ohio..
28.  Edith Kimpling, LaRose; Harrison Tallyn, Minonk.

6. Lois Wilkins, Weston; Melvin Rutherford, Chenoa.  Louise Faulk, El Paso; N. W. Williams, Osceola, Mich.
9. Mabel Warnkes, Benson; Alfred Kettwich, Minonk. Leola Watts, Forrest; Frank Sevan, Chicago.
23. Hildred Henry, Chicago; Loren Ludwig, Secor.
28. Flora L. Hoerr; Richard Wells Norton, Chicago.
30.  Louise   Schubert, Frederick Koehl, Peoria.

5. Dorris Louise Lee, Normal; Dr. William N. Oilman, Wenona.
12. Carol Mundhenke; Dubuque, Ia.; Lynn Gibbs, Rantoul.
16. Beulah Geiken, Benson; William J. Bennett, Lacon.
19. Agnes Gilroy, Will Quinn, Chicago. Myrtle Tong, Willard Kiedig, Chicago. Ruth Barker, Danville; Harold Stretch, Bellflower. Dorothy Harmon, Normal; William Stack, El Paso.
24. Dorothy Sheplar, Morton; Robert Knoll, Roanoke.
26. Lavina Squires, Minonk; Arthur Campbell, Bloomington.
27. Mary Ellen Zimmer, Emden; John VanHuss, Bloomington.

2. Martha Virginia Hoobler, Ervin F. Umland, Gridley. Donna Erickson, Western Springs; Wilford Graham, El Paso.
3. Florence Mary Coupe, Leonard Canull, El Paso.
16. Hazel Folkers, Lester Henkel, Flanagan.
19. Louise Kirby; Gridley; Lloyd Wadsworth, El Paso.
24: Lola Miller, Harold Wittmer, Peoria.
27. Rose Mesch, Flanagan; Frederick Hodel, Gridley.
30. Warle Wagner, Merle Claymon, Secor.

1. Bernadine Partner, Charles Hoffman, Carlock.
14. Esthel Genzer, Gridley; Edward C. Alt, Peoria. Vida Hexamer, Paul Gingerich, Secor.
15. Viola Meiss, Cletus McKinley, Gridley.
26. Norma Oltman, Benson; Leroy Newman, Peoria. Pauline Harper, Rev. M. B. VanLeer, Lebanon.

6. Dimple I. Lewis, Saybrook; Charles R. Hughes, Gridley.
9. Mrs. Edna Sutton, John Sadler, El Paso.
11. Lorene Stuckey, Richard Hartman, El Paso.
12. Moltrieda Armstrong, Roanoke; Willard D. Stock, Metamora,
17. Gladys M. Steckman, El Paso; Wilmer H. LeConte, Roanoke
18. Gladys Hexamer, Secor; Ernie Hechinger, Chicago.  Emma Mock, Paul A. Pfleeger, Mishawaka, Ind.
20. Esther Kingdon, Gridley; Henry Tjaden, Roanoke.
23. Sara Sommer, William Behrens, Aurora. Alberta Josephine Eldridge, Peoria; Robert Robinson, Eureka. Clara Louise Bradbury, John L. Kirkton, Perry.
26. Althea Staser, William Thomas, Hudson.

1. Ethel M. Yordy, Roanoke; Robert Troyer, Eureka.
10. Jessie Pifer, Eureka; Cecil Osborn, Chenoa.
16. Edna Kuerth, John Hoobler, Gridley.
25. Sadie Nutt, El Paso; Gerald Corbin, Mattoon.

The Daily Independent [Kannapolis, N.C.] May 29, 1955
Miss Powell-Mr. Toler United in Nuptial Mass

Miss Patricia Anne Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Powell, and Thomas Arthur Toler, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Toler of Eureka, Ill., were united in marriage in a nuptial mass performed Saturday, May 21, at 10 am in St. Joseph's Catholic church.
The Rev. Father Stephen A. Sullivan performed the double ring ceremony. Wedding music was presented by Jean A. Miller, organist, and Mrs. Jean Miller, Bernard Haval and Joe Cannon vocalists.
Mr. Powell gave his daughter in marriage. The bridegroom had his brother, George William Toler of Atlanta, Ga., as best man. Robert Stainaker of Washington, D.C., and Jimmy Powell of Raleigh, uncle of the bride, were ushers.
The bride's gown of white nylon and chantilly lace.......
Miss Mildred Shirley of Spartanburg, S.C., attended her niece as maid of honor. She wore....
The bridesmaids, Miss Linda Francis of Spartanburg, S.C., cousin of the bride and Miss Catherine Shirley, also of Spartanburg, aunt of the bride, wore....
Miss Libby Powell, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. She was dress similarly to the other attendants.
Mrs. Powell, mother of the bride, was dressed.....
An alumna of A. L. Brown, high school with the class of 1953, the bride was graduated from Woman's college of the University of North Carolina Secretarial school. Prior to her wedding, she was employed with the Veterans administration, Washington, D.C.
Mr. Toler finished Minonk high school, Minonk, Ill., spent two years in the United States Navy, and has been employed with the FBI in Washington, D.C.
For a wedding trip to Chicago, Ill., the bride changed to a....
The couple will make their home in Eureka, Ill., where the bride-groom will enter
Eureka college this fall. [cb Amy R-T]

The Weekly Pantagraph (Bloomington, Illinois) Aug 1, 1913
Miss Eunice Nellinger and Henry Livingston were united in marriage Wed. afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Nellinger, Dr. W. H. Tolliver, of Fort Scott, Kas., assisted by Rev. J. Clark Oranger, of this city, officiating. On their return from enjoying their honeymoon at Chicago, they will be at home at Benson.
Miss Verna Webster, of Ossian, Ia., and Jay C. Jones, of this city, were united in marriage at the bride's home, Tues. morning at 10:30. The young couple arrived in Minonk Wed. afternoon to spend their honeymoon. They will reside at Waterloo, Ia., where Mr. Jones is employed as engineer by the gas and electric company there.
Miss Hattie Margaret Siefkas and Nathan Palmer, both of this city, were united in marriage, at St. Paul's parsonage, at Kankakee on Sat. afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Richard Rowley officiating. The young couple will reside with the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer, on the farm north of town.

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