CARAWAY, GEORGE ~ JOHNSON, HAZEL
A wedding which occurred last night and while will be something of a surprise except to their intimate friends is that of Miss Hazel A. Johnson and Mr. Geo. Caraway. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Alford at the home of the bride's parents on the east side. The bride is an accomplished young lady, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson and has been a resident of this city for several years, coming here with the family from Ohio. The groom is a young farmer living just northwest of town but is prominent in the younger soceity crowd of the town, he having been a student in the schools here the last several years and only recently graduating. He is one of the most ppular of a younger crowd and one of the stars of the high school football team the last few seasons. They will make their home on the Caraway farm. The Tribune joins their many friends in extending best wishes. They left last night for Kansas City on a bridal tour.
(Breat Bend Weekly Tribune ~ Friday ~ December 2, 1910)
FOREMAN, DENNIS ~ CROW, GRACE
Dennis E Foreman and Miss Grace Evelyn Crow were married on Dec. 26th at the home of I N Jett, pastor of the Christian Church, who performed the ceremony. Both of these young people are well known in Clovis and have many friends who join the News in wishing them happiness. The bride has for sometime been employed with the Western Union Telegraph Co., at this place. The groom formerly lived here but now resides at Great Bend, Kansas, where he is employed in a drug store. They will make their home at Great Bend. (The Clovis News, Clovis New Mexico, January 1, 1920)
GERSTENKORN, ANDREW J. ~ HERMANN, ANNA K.
On Jan. 29th, Monday, a marriage license was issued to Andrew J. Gerstenkorn and Miss Anna K. Hermann, both of near Odin, this county. (Barton County Democrat, February 2, 1900)
GILLHAM, DELL MR. & MRS.
Last Thursday December 21, 1899, was a big day with Dell Gillham and wife, it being their 15th wedding anniversary which they will remember. Mrs. Gillham planned a surprise for Mr. Gillham by inviting her many friends to participate and partake of which about forty were present and many others sent their regrets that could not come on account of busy holiday season and sickness. (Barton County Democrat, page 4, January 5, 1900)
HARRINGTON, JOHN P. ~ LITTLE, ALICE M.
MARRIED AT GREENLEAF
John P. Harrington and Alice M. Little were married at the Sacred Heart Church by Rev. Bradley. The groom is one of Barton county's industrious farmers, with excellent habits, while the bride has spent but a few months in our midst, she has won the admiration and esteem of all whom she has met knowing that she has all the habits that go to make a happy home. The groom was dressed in the conventional black and the bride in her traveling suit with hat to match.
Here's wishing them many happy, prosperous years.---Claflin Clarion
(Great Bend Weekly Tribune ~ Friday ~ December 2, 1910)
HORTON, WILLIAM ~ STEVENS, LUCY
Married: Stevens --- Horton - On Friday, May 28, 1880, at the residence of Dr. J. Ward Scott, Miss Lucy Stevens, of this city, and Mr. William Horton, of Great Bend, Rev. Newman officiating. (Hutchinson News (Weekly) Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Thursday, May 3, 1880 page - 3 *** column - 3 submitted by Rose Stout)
LAYMAN, A. C. ~ McDANIEL, REJINA
A. C. Layman and Miss Rejing McDaniel, both of Hoisington, were married on the 15th, Rev. J. N. McConnell officiating. (Barton County Democrat, page 4, February 23, 1900)
LILE, DR. H. A. ~ FRENCH, ATTA MAE
Dr. H. A. Lile and Miss Atta Mae French, two popular young people of Pawnee Rock, were married this week. Probate Judge Breeden officiating. The DEMOCRAT extends congratulations. (Barton County Democrat, February 16, 1900)
LORIMOR, C. G. ~ NICHOLAS, ANNA
Mr. C. G. Lorimor and Miss Anna Nicholas were united in marriage on Christmas at three o'clock p.m. at the home of Elder McConnell. Miss Eva Goodwin and Miss Mable Demorest were present to witness the ceremony. The bride and groom both seem to be very happy and we all unite in wishing them a long and happy life. (Barton County Democrat, page 4, January 5, 1900)
MARDIS, MARION F. ~ PFLUGE, MAGDALINA
A marriage license was issued on the 21st to Marion F. Mardis of Preston, Kansas and Magdalina Pfluge of Lakin township. (Barton County Democrat, page 4, February 23, 1900)
ROHLFING, IRA E. ~ ROBINSON, FRANCIS D.
Ira E. Rohlfing and Miss Francis D. Robinson, two popular young people of Ellinwood, were married at the home of the bride on the 18th inst., Rev. W. F. Raisner, the Baptist minister officiating. The Democrat extends congratulations. (The Barton County Democrat, page 4, February 23, 1900)
SEIDL, RUDOLPH ~ MAULER, WILHELMINA
At St. Anne's church, on Monday, Sept. 13th, the marriage of Miss Wilhelmina Mauler and Rudolph Seidl was solemnized at 9 o'clock high mass. Rev. Father Huna performed the ceremony.
The bride was attired in a beautiful dress of white silk, with all-over lace, a wreath of orange blossoms and tulle veil and carried a bouquet of white asters and maiden hair fern.
The bridesmaids were the Misses Dorothy and Carrie Seidl and Elenora and Matilda Mauler, the groomsmen were the Messrs. Willie, Julius and Joe Mauler and Frank Seidl.
After the ceremony the wedding party repaired to the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Rose Mauler, where they were royally entertained. The bride and groom were the recipients of numerous beautiful presents, all telling of the high esteem in which these popular young people are held in the neighborhood. They will reside on Mr. Seidl's farm, northwest of town. With their many friends, we give our best wishes for the future happiness and prosperity.
(Hoisington Dispatch ~ Thursday ~ September 16, 1915 ~ Page 4)
SESSLER, JACOB ~ STRONG, MARGRET A.
Probate Judge Breeden on Monday the 5th, performed the marriage ceremony for the oldest couple in his experience - Jacob Sessler, aged 70, and Margret A. Strong, aged 62, both of the east side of the county. The DEMOCRAT wishes this gay young couple long life and many "little joys." (Barton County Democrat, February 9, 1900)
SHELL, CHESTER ~ WOODEN, VIOLA
Miss Viola Wooden, niece of A. M. Wooden and Mrs. Chester Shell were united in marriage at the Christian parsonage Friday evening by Rev. J. N. Gibble. The bride has been making her home here for some time and is a popular young lady in her circle of acquaintances. The groom is well known to Hoisington people, having grown to manhood here and is now engaged in carpenter work. They will make this city their future home.
(Hoisington Dispatch ~ Thursday ~ July 6, 1922 ~ Page 1)
SMELL, LEROY ~ SELLE, TINA
Leroy Smell and Miss Tina Selle, two south side young people, were married on Jan. 1, 1900, at the residence of O. A. Smith in Great Bend. Rev. L. C. Schnacke officiating. The DEMOCRAT joins in congratulations. (Barton County Democrat, January 5, 1900, front page)
STECKEL, WM. ~ ROSE, EMMA
Wm. Steckel of Ellinwood, and Miss Emma Rose of Sterling were married on Feb. 14th, at the home of the bride. The many Barton county friends of Mr. Steckel will join with the Democrat in wishing the young couple long life and happiness. They will be "at home" in Ellinwood after March 1st. (Barton County Democrat, page 4, February 23, 1900)
STROBEL, ALBERT ~ HAAS, KATE
Albert Strobel, of Stafford County, and Miss Kate Haas, of northeast of Great Bend, were married at the Catholic Church in Great Bend by Rev. Podgorsek on Tuesday, Feb. 20th. (Barton County Democrat, page 4, February 23, 1900)
WERNER, F. J. ~ SHRIWISE, MAE
Friday evening, June 28, 1912, F. J. Werner was married to Miss Mae Shriwise at the rectory by Father O'Sullivan. They went the same evening to the home of the bridegroom, about three miles north of Hoisington. These young people are both well and favorably known. The Dispatch, as well as their host of friends, wish them a happy life.
(Hoisington Dispatch ~ Thursday ~ July 4, 1912 ~ Page 1)
WOODWARD, T. W. ~ BRADY, MARY A.
A Quite Wedding - On Wednesday evening the 14th at 8:30 T. W. Woodward and Miss Mary A. Brady were united in marriage, Rev. Bixler performing the ceremony. About 80 of the relatives and friends of the young people gathered at the home of W. R. Brady, father of the bride, on South Main street. Miss Helen Woodward played the wedding march, and to the inspiring music the happy young couple marched into the handsomely decorated parlor and were pronounced mand and wife.
A gorgeous supper was afterwards served by Mrs. Brady. The young folks go to house keeping immediately, in the first ward.
The DEMOCRAT joins with a large circle of friends in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Woodward much joy. (Barton County Democrat, February 16, 1900)
ZUG, ALBERT ~ GIBSON, NORA
Married - On Sunday the 7th inst by J. W. Clarke; Albert Zug to Miss Nora Gibson. The following is partial list of the presents received by the bride:
Glass set: Sallie Gibson
Set of Silver Knives & Forks: Frank Gibson
Set of Tablespoons: Mrs. Gibson
Set of Teaspoons: May Gibson
Table damask and one dozen napkins: Steven Gibson
Glass fruit stand: Miss Remick
Bread plate and pitcher: Alice and Minnie Gwinn
Wall pocket: Nelson Wiburg
Handsome bride cake: Mr. Heils
Bowl and Pitcher: Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Swift
Castor: Miss Salle Alden of Omaha, Neb.
Oil glass set: Mrs. Pivet.
(Barton County Democrat, November 11, 1886)