OSAGE COUNTY, KANSAS

MARRIAGE NOTICES


ANSTAETT, KENNETH ~ HENDERSON, BETTY

The marriage of Miss Betty Henderson of this city to Mr. Kenneth Anstaett of Osage City was solemnized by Rev. Smith, the Presbyterian minister at Yates Center on December 1. The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Anna Henderson, who is at present employed in Topeka. Betty attended the Topeka high school until the Christmas holidays when her marriage was announced.

Mr. Anstaett is a young miner by occupation and the young couple will reside in Osage City. The good wishes of many among the younger set are extended. (The Enterprise-Chronicle, Thursday, January 4, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BAILEY, C. A. ~ CURRY, M. E.

Mr. C.A. Bailey and Mrs. M. E. Curry were married in Topeka, Saturday evening, November 7th, 1914, the ceremony was performed by Rev. Locke of the Methodist church.

Mr. and Mrs. Bailey came in on train 117 Sunday morning. The contracting parties are well and favorably known in Carbondale having lived here for many years, known to everybody as old settlers. They will make their home in Carbondale, living on West Hill.

The weddidng was a complete surprise to all.

The Post unites with the entire community in congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy life. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, November 12, 1914Transcribed by Jim Laird )

BOOTH, LLOYD ~ MOORE, HELEN ALICE

Mr. Dave Moore announces the marriage of his daughter, Helen Alice to Mr. Lloyd Booth, son of Mrs. Maude Booth, of Kansas City, Mo.

The marriage took place at the Grace Lutheran church Saturday evenig at 8:30 p.m., May 18. The Rev. Ruben Kron officiating.

The bride was becomingly dressed in a beige linen dress with brown accessories. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Alvin Janke and Mr. Janke acted as best man. Miss Margaret Ann Moore was also present at the wedding.

The bride is a graduate of the Reading High School and has been a very successful teacher at Kibbe school the last three years. Mr. Booth was graduated from Lebo High school and has recently been discharged from the armed forces.

The young couple has gone to housekeeping on their farm southwest of town. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, May 29, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BOYCE, ARTEMAS W. ~ WILLIAMS, MARRY W.

Married at Topeka by the Rev. J. D. Knox, 24th Dec., at the residence of the brides father E. B. Williams Esq. Mr. Artemas W. Boyce to Miss Marry W. Williams. At the same time and place Isaiah Cox to Miss Josaphine Raglin of Shawnee County. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, December 30, 1865)

BOYNE, BARTHOLOMEW ~ O'NEIL, SARAH E.
Married at the residence of the bride's father in Ridgeway, January 15 by C. G. Fox Esq. Bartholomew Coyne of Monmoth to Miss Sarah E. O'Neil. (Osage Chronicle, February 3, 1866)

BRATTON, ROBERT ALLISON ~ KENNEY, SOPHRONIA AUGUSTA

Married by Rev. J. M. Pryse at the house of Geo. Bratton on the 28th Dec. Robert Allison Bratton to Miss Sophronia Augusta Kenney, all of this place. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, December 30, 1865)

BRYSON, LLOYD FRANCIS ~ WAGSTER, BERNICE LEE

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wagster, announce the marriage of their daughter, Bernice Lee to Lloyd Francis Bryson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bryson of Scranton, Kans.

The ceremony took place Sunday, February 4th, in the Chapel of the First Christian Church, 18th and Washington, at Kansas City, Kans. The Rev. George I. Meyers, officiating.

The bride was attended Trenton Schools and graduated from Trenton High School. She has been emlpoyed the past few years at the L. O. Graham Grocery. The bridegroom graduated from the Osage City High School and has been in the U.S. Navy for the past two and half years and is now stationed at the U.S. Naval Air Station at Norfolk, Virginia.

A wedding dinner was held at the Miller Tea Room in Kansas City, Kansas, after which the couple left for Norfolk, Virginia, where they will make their home for the present.

Those attending at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bryson and sons, Scranton, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. Wagster and daughter, Janet, and Miss Dorothy Huff of Trenton, Mo., Mrs. Lee Dunn and daughter, Sandra, and Mr. and Mrs. George Lidman all of Kansas City, Kans. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, Frebruary 7, 1945, transcrbed by Jim Laird)

COX, ISAIAH ~ RAGLIN, JOSAPHINE

Married at Topeka by the Rev. J. D. Knox, 24th Dec., at the residence of the brides father E. B. Williams Esq. Mr. Artemas W. Boyce to Miss Marry W. Williams. At the same time and place Isaiah Cox to Miss Josaphine Raglin of Shawnee County. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, December 30, 1865)

COYNE, BARTHOLOMEW ~ O'NEIL, SARAH E.
Married at the residence of the bride's father in Ridgeway, January 15 by C. G. Fox Esq. Bartholomew Coyne of Monmoth to Miss Sarah E. O'Neil. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, February 3, 1866)

CRAWFORD, PAUL ~ CUMMINGS, LOIS

On Wednesday evening, Sept. 15th, Paul Crawford and Lois Cummings were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cummings. Before the wedding ceremony Mr. Stanley Cummings sang, "Let the World Go Bye." Raymond's Wedding March by Rolfe, was played by Miss Eva Jessop. Promptly at eight o'clock the father escorted the bride to the sweet strains of music under the arch of flags where the groom joined here.

The bride was given away by her father and the full ring ceremony was used. The decorations by American Flags seemed very appropriate on an occasion like this since under this flag, only a few years ago, Mr. Crawford marched away in defense of his country.

Only the members of the two families were present except Miss Jessop and an uncle and aunt of the bride. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, September 23, 1920, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CRIQUI, ORVAL A. SEAMAN 2ND CLASS ~ SWISHER, NADINE

Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Swisher announce the marriage of their daughter, Nadine, to Seaman 2nd Class Orval A. Criqui. The wedding service was at the First Methodist church, of San Diego, Calif., Saturday evening, June 3, 1944. The newlyweds are at home at 4386 Pacific Highway, San Diego, Calif.--Lyndon Herald. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, June 14, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DAVIS, ED. H. ~ DEERING, LETTIE

Mr. Ed H. Davis and Miss Lettie Deering, were married in Topeka, Jan. 14. The bride was formerly of Garnett, Kansas, but has been employed in a Topeka store for some time. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Davis of this city. The newlyweds will make their home in Topeka, where Mr. Davis has employment with the Bell Telephone Co. The Post extends congratulations. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, January 22, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

DAVIS, RALPH ~ ROZELLE, NELLIE

In the presence of a number of invited guests, Mr. Ralph Davis of Burlingame, Kansas and Miss Nellie Rozelle were married at the residence of the bride’s parents in this city Monday evening, Dec. 16, at 8 o’clock, Rev. R. E. Hardin of the Presbyterian church pronouncing the ceremony. The bride was becomingly gowned in a handsome blue satin. The marriage was consummation of a long standing admiration, the contracting parties having been schoolmates and sweethearts since they were children. Delicious refreshments were served after which there was some delightfully rendered vocal and instrumental music. The moments sped away all too rapidly and many were the expressions of good will for the happy pair as the guests departed for their homes. Rockport (Texas) Tribune. (The Osage County Herald Chronicle, January 1, 1913, transcribed by Peggy Thompson)

DOM, W. E.  ~  VanNATTA, BELLE

Mr. W. E. Dom and Miss Belle VanNatta, both of this city, were united in marriage at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith, in Topeka, on Sunday, January 20th, 1889.  Rev. F. S. McCabe was the officiating clergyman.
(Osage City Free Press ~ Thursday ~ January 31, 1899 ~ Page 1)

ELLIS, RICHARD ~ CRUM, CATHERINE

A wedding that came somewhat as a surprise to friends in Burlingame was that of Miss Catherine Crum of Lyndon to Mr. Richard Ellis of Burlingame which was solemnized at the home of Dr. Ormal L. Miller, pastor of the First Methodist church of Topeka, with Dr. Miller officiating at 3:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon, June 23.

The bride wore a green traveling suit with white accessories, and carried an arm bouquet of roses. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. John Bessant, intimate friends. Others present at the ceremony were Miss Stella Crum, a sister of the bride, and Miss Edyth Larson. Following the ceremony a dinner was served to the bridal party at the Norman Cafe.

Miss Crum was born in Lyndon, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crum, and is a graduate of the Lyndon high school. She attended Emporia State Teachers College two years, completing the teachers course, and taught in the Burlingame schools one year. The past year she has been taking a business course at Strickland's Business College in Topeka and plans to complete her course.

Mr. Ellis, known to all his freinds as "Dick", is a Burlingame boy, born and reared here. He completed high schol here with the class of 1931. Even before finishing school he worked for the Oliver Grocery, and for several years afterward. For the past two years he has been employed in the Thew Drug Store and will continue his work there. (The Enterprise-Chronicle, June 27, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

EMERSON, VERNICE ~ MAST, VIOLA

Miss Viola Mast and Mr. Vernice Emerson were married in Topeka last Monday. The young people were raised in this community, and are well known, being members of well-to-do and highly respectable families. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mast and the groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. U.S. Emerson.

The marriage came as a surprise to the many friends of the parties. Mr. Emerson is a student in the Topeka Business College, and he and his bride will continue to reside in Topeka until he finishes his course. Gazette. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, November 26, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

FINLAY, CLAYTON ~ JENKINS, BERTHA IRENE

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jenkins announces the marriage of their daughter, Bertha Irene, to Pvt. Clayton Finlay, which took place Wednesday, November 1, at Holton, Kansas.

Pvt. Finlay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Finlay of Carbondale, Kans., Pvt. Finlay is with the Signal Corps and is now stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo.

The bride is employed at the Supply Depot at Topeka and is living in Burlingame at the present. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, November 8, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FISHER, CLYDE ~ O'BRIEN, NELLIE

We have heard that Mr. Clyde Fisher, living south of town and Miss Nellie O'Brien of Wuenemo, were united in marriage recently by we withhold our congratulations for further conformation. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, April 22, 1920, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GIFFORD, WILLIAM ~ DAVIES, IVALON

A pretty home wedding was celebrated Saturday evening at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. J.D. Davies, when Ivalon Davies and Mr. William Gifford were united in holy wedlock by the Rev. Holt of Burlingame. Vera Wells the ring bearer. After congratulations, a two course supper was served by four of the brides friends. The night was stomry but sunshine reigned within and wll went off as merry as a marriage bell. They were the recipients of many handsome and useful presents. The bridal couple left Sunday morning for Emporia, they will be at home to their many friends March 15. (Pleasant Valley.) (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, February 25, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

GLEASBURG, WILLIAM ~ OLSON, MRS. HAROLD

Mr. and Mrs. Claude Coons of Burlingame announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Harold Olson and 1st Lieut. William Gleasburg, Melvern which took place in Topeka on Wednesday, December 5.

Lt. Gleasburg, a member of the US Regular Army for eleven years and nearing the end of a second period of enlistment is home on a 45 day furlough. Friends in this and other communities where Lt. and Mrs. Gleasburg are best known, extend hearty congratulations. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, December 19, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GOODIER, H. A. ~ SMITH, MARY J.
Married October 2, at the residence of H. C. Sheldon by rev. J. B. Orwig, H. A. Goodier to Mary J. Smith, all of Superior. (Osage Chronicle, October 2, 1866)

GREENFIELD, CLEO PFC. ~ BEBEE, DORIE

The marriage of Miss Dorie Bebee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bebee to Pfc. Cleo Greenfield, son of Jake Greenfield took place Monday June 12 at the home. The Rev. Ester Kirkpatrick read the marrige service, after which they left immediately on a short trip. We join their numerous other friends in congratulations and best wishes. (The Journal Free Press, Thursday, June 21, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HAMBELTON, WILLIAM ~ DAVIS, WILMA BEATRICE

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Davis announce the marriage of their daughter Wilma Beatrice to Mr. William Hambelton, of Butler, Mo., May 4, 1946.

The ceremony took place at the St. James Rectory and was performed by Father Mgs. Keys.

The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. C.R. Obermier and the best man was Mr. C.R. Obermier.

Mrs. Hambelton is a graduate of Osage City High School Class of '44.

The couple will make their home in Kansas City, Mo., where the groom is employed by the Union Pacific. (The Journal Free Press, May 22, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HEROLD, L. V. "BUD" ~ LEWIS, MARGARET MRS.

Mrs. John Watson announces the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Lewis, to Mr. L. V. "Bud" Herold, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Herold, of Osage City. The marriage took place on Tuesday evening, February 13, 1945, at St. Patricks rectory. The Fr. A. H. Wietharn officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Watson attended the couple.

Mr. and Mrs. Herold will be at home on their farm east of Osage City after March 1st. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, February 21, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HOOFSETT, ARCH ~ JOHNSON, ABBIE

Miss Abbie Johnson and Mr. Arch Hoffsett were married in Topeka at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6th. The bride is well known in this vicinity and the Citizen force joins their many friends in wishing her all the happiness possible. Mr. Hoofsett is an employee of the street railway company. Overbrook Citizen. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, January 14, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

HULBURD, A. N. ~ GALLIGAN, MARIA
Married the evening of March 10th at the residence of Dr. Rogers by Rev. J. M. Pryse, Prof. A. N. Hulburd of Burlingame to Miss Maria Galligan of Guffalo, New York. (Osage Chronicle, March 17, 1866)

JENNINGS, HARRY IRVING, JR. ~ NEWTON, JOYCE ISABEL

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Newton of Reading, announce the marriage of their daughter, Joyce Isabel, to Mr. Harry Irving Jennings, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings, Sr., of Portland, Oregon. The wedding took place Sunday, March 10, at high noon, at the Baptist parsonage in Stella, Neb., the Rev. J. F. Teel, reading the double ring ceremony. The couple were attended by Miss Phyllis Lusk and brother, Mr. harry Lusk, of Olivet.
The bride chose for her wedding a brown silk dress and brown accessories. Her flowers were a corsage of white carnations.

The bridesmaid wore a dress of acqua blue and a corsage of pink carnations.

The bridegroom and bestman wore dark business suits.

Following the ceremony the bridal party were guests at a dinner given by the Rev. and Mrs. Teel.

The bride, a young lady of pleasant personality was graduated from the Reading High School.

The bridegroom was graduated from the Olivet High School, where he made an outstanding recored as a basketball player. He served with the armed forces with the Navy having recently returned from overseas and received his honorable discharge.

Mr. and Mrs. Jennings will make their home on the J.C. and R.L. Booth farm south of Osage City.

Congratulations and best wishes are extended by their many friends. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, March 31, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JOHNSON, JOSEPH ~ DEERING, MAGGIE
Married in Auburn November 3, 1867 by Rev. W. G. Raymond, Joseph Johnson to Maggie Deering, both of Wilmington, Kansas. (Osage Chronicle, November 1867)

JONES, PAUL ~ MORRIS, NARRA

Bernice Couple Married.

Mr. Paul Jones and Miss Narra Morris wnet for a Sunday afternoon Buggy Ride--Returning--Man and Wife.

What was supposed by the friends of Mr. Paul Jones and Miss Narra Morris, to be just a Sunday afternoon buggy ride proved to be a ride which Cupid had arranged for the young couple and the results were:

Mr. Paul Jones and Miss Narra Morris were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. J.T. Turner, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Fairland, Sunday evening at 5 o'clock Nov. 28, 1915.

Mr. Jones is one of Bernices most enterprising young business men, he has had charge of the Antrim Lumber Co's., yard here for the past year and during that time has made many friends.

Mrs. Jones is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Morris of this city and is well and favorably known in this vicinity. She is an accomplished young lady of unsurpassed reputation and has hosts of friends who join the Booster in wishing them a long, happy and prosperous married life.

Mr. and Mrs. Jones will be at home to their many friends at Summer, Oklahoma, after December 15th.--Bernice Booster. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, December 9, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

KEMP, CHARLES E. ~ DOOTY, DONNIE IDELL

Charles E. Kemp of Kansas City, Mo., and Miss Donnie Idell Dooty of Melvern, Kansas, were united in marriage in the Presbyterian Church, 26th and Benton, Kansas City, Thursday, November 4, 1920.

Mr. Kemp has grown to manhood in Kansas City, and is in business there. Miss Donnie is a native of Melvern which is the only pedigree or recommendation necessary.

They are now at 3603 Locust street.

The Review enxtends congratulations and an invitation to come down. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, November 11, 1920, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KING, HARRY ~ FORD, LAURA M.

Mr. Harry King, of Solider, and Miss Laura M. Ford, of Carbondale, Kansas, were married at the home of the groom's aunt, Mrs. J.R. Campbell, at St. Joseph, Mo., on Dec. 23, 1914, Rev. Bolton, of the Baptist church officiating.

The bride was beautifully dressed in blue messaline and carried white roses.

They went to Carbondale for a few days, after which they returned to Soldier, where they will be at home to their many friends on Mr. King's farm after Jan. 15.

We extend our heartiest congratulations. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, January 21, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

KNIGHT, BILLY T. ~ NEWTON, ANNA MAE

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Newton, of Burlingame announce the marriage of their daughter, Anna Mae, to Mr. Billy T. Knight of Osage City.

The marriage took place in Emporia, Kansas on Friday, June 1, at the Court House. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaniper, of Miller.

The bride graduated from the Harveyville High School with the class of 45.

The groom is employed at the supply depot in Pauline.

The happy couple will make their home in Osage City. Their many friends extend congratulations and best wishes. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, June 6, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KOSIER, THERON ~ HEWITT, MINERVA

Miss Minerva Hewitt and Mr. Theron Kosier, both popular young people of Carbondale, Kansas, were quietly married yesterday afternoon at five o'clock in the parsonage of the First Baptist Church with the pastor Rev. Mr. L. E. Floyd, officiating. The bride was attired in a modishly fashioned gown of blue crepe de chine.

After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Owen on Wheeling avenue and Admiral Boulevard where Mr. and Mrs. Kosier will reside. Tulsa. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, July 9, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

LAND, ROHL ~ BARRETT, ELDA

Rohl Land and Elda Barrett were married last Wednesday, November 25, 1914, at the home of the bride. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, December 3, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

LONG, DAVID H. ~ STOVALL, MARY E.
Married October 11, by Rev. M. Seilber, Daivd H. Long to Mary E. Stovall of Ridgeway. (Osage Chronicle, October 1866)

LYNCH, MELVIN ~ SMITH, LOIS ANN

Mrs. Adam Smith announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Lois Ann to Mr. Melvin Lynch, son of Mr. and mrs. Frank Lynch, of Miller, Kans.

The wedding will take place in the near future. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, December 20, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LYNCH, WILLIAM R. ~ CAMPBELL, CHRISTIE PEARL

Announcements have been received at Miller of the marriage of Miss Christie Pearl Campbell and William R. Lynch, United States Consular, which took place in Long Beach, Calif., on Monday, August 20, 1945.

Mr. Lynch is on leave from duty in Istanbul, Turkey. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch of Miller. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, August 29, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MARKLEY, RAY ~ HUTTON, HELEN

A wedding took place at the Wakarusa home of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Miller Thursday, when their neice, Miss Helen Hutton, was united in marriage to Mr. Ray Markley of Scranton, the Rev. C. W. Martin of Topeka, officiating. Miss Maude Snyder played Mendelssohn's wedding march as the bridal pair took their places beneath the bower of green where the bride and bridesgroom stood amid rose petals. Topeka Capital. Mrs. Markley has many friends here who join the Post in extending congratulations. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, July 27, 1916 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

McCRACKEN, EDWARD EUGENE ~ HEIDER, DOROTHY JUNE

Mr. and Mrs. William Heider announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorothy June, to Mr. Edward Eugene McCracken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCracken of Reading, Kansas.

The marriage took place in Emporia, Kansas, on Friday morning, May 17, at 11:30 o'clock at the home of the Rev. F.J. Caulkins, pastor of the Free Methodist church, using the single ring ceremony.

The lovely bride chose for her wedding a light blue wool suit with white accessories.

The bride is a graduate of the Osage City high school with the class of 1942. For the past four years she has been employed as linotype operator at the Journal-Free Press office.

Mr. McCracken is a graduate of the Lyndon high school and is now engaged in trucking. He recently purchased property in the northeast part of Osage City, where the couple will make their home.

The many friends of this fine couple extend congratulations for a long and happy married life. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, May 22, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McCRAY, ROBERT G. ~ MOORE, ALIEEN

Will Attend Grandson's Wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Jones will go to Kansas City, Kans., to be present at the marriage of Miss Alieen Moore to Mr. Robert G. McCray on Sunday, June 25. The wedding will take place at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the Stevens Memorial Methodist church followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents.

Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P.G McCray, of Kansas, and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Jones. The McCrary family lived in Osage City for several years and Robert is well known here. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, June 14, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McFARLANE, JOE ~ McEWEN, MARY

The marriage of Miss Mary McEwen to Mr. Joe McFarlane occured on Friday, December 19th. Mrs. McFarlane's ome is in Mulberry, Kans., where she is employed as a teacher in one of the schools there. Mr. McFarlane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McFarlane of this city. He has been engaged recently in civil engineering work in South Dakota. After spending Christmas with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. McFarlane left Friday night and will resume their work again. The hearty good wishes of many friends attend them. (The Enterprise-Chronicle, Thursday, December 28, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McGRATH, HUGH ~ McGREGOR, JOSEPHINE

Miss Josephine McGregor and Mr. Hugh McGrath were married yesterday afternoon by the Rev. S. S. Estey at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Only members of the family were present. Mr. McGrath is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGrath of Topeka. He is a clerk in the freight claim department of the Santa Fe.

Mr. McGrath and his bride left yesterday evening for Chicago to visit a few days. They will make their home in Topeka. Monday's Capital. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, September 10, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

MEHL, MAURICE G. ~ HULL, LUCY

The marriage of Miss Lucy Hull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison L. Hull, 5491 Greenwood Ave., to Mr. Maurice G. Mehl, associate professor of the chair of paleontology at the University of Chicago, occurred at the Hyde Park Baptist Church Friday evening, Dec. 20, Rev. Dr. Gilkey officiating. Miss Hazel Keist was the maid of honor and Miss Helen Hull of Madison, Wis., and Miss Ethel Meurisse were bridesmaids. Seymour Frank was the best man, and the users were Harry Hurwitz, Cole Cawthorne, R. Teniga and Hoyt Cox. Mr. Mehl’s fraternity brothers, Delta Sigma Phis, of which fraternity Mr. Mebl is the retiring national president. The bride’s gown was of white charmeuse trimmed with pearl and lace. She wore a veil of tulle and carried white roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore pale green charmeuse, Miss Hull wore pale blue charmeuse and Miss Meurisse was in pale pink Charmeuse. They carried Killarney roses. Prof. and Mrs. Mehl will be with Mr. and Mrs. Hull until June. Following the wedding was a reception at the Hull home. Chicago Tribune.

Miss Adele Mehl of this city, a sister of the groom, attended the wedding, as did also Dr. and Mrs. Omar Mehl and little son Clayton of Pittsburg, Pa. Maurice is a graduate of B. H. S. with the class of ’07 and has since been attending the University of Chicago, taking high rank in his studies and in summer geological researches. (The Osage County Herald Chronicle, January 1, 1913, transcribed by Peggy Thompson)

MILES, LEONARD ~ ARNER, VIOLA

A double wedding occured in Topeka, Thursday, the contracting parties were: Miss Viola Aarner to Mr. Leonard Miles, and Miss Effie Pheleu to Mr. Oliver Warner. Their many friends extend best wishes and may their pathway be strewn with roses minus the thorns. Pleasant Valley. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, February 25, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, C. P. ~ AERL, ALICE

Mr. C.P. Miller and Miss Alice Aerl were married in Topeka this morning. Mr. Miller is one of the substantial business men of Carbondale having been in business here for many years, where he has succeeded in building up a good business second to none in the county, and has been before the public all his life and in the town where he is known by all he is respected and honored by all who know him.

Miss Aerl is a comparitve stranger to most people in this vicinity having lived here but a short two years but in that time she has moved through the hearts of all and made them captives bound to her by friendship silken cord.

Mr. and Mrs. Miller will live at the Miller home on West Hill, where Mr. Miller has one of the finest and most modern homes in this community. The Post unites with the entire community in congratulations and best wishes for each unborn tomorrow that it may bring sunshine and gladness to each hour of each day of each week of each year of their wedded life. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, November 4, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, DANIEL JR. ~ McDANIEL, SARENER
Married October 28 by Joseph Law Esq., Daniel Miller, Jr., to Miss Sarener McDaniel, all of Ridgeway. (Osage Chronicle, October 1867)

MILLER, DANIEL ~ STOBALL, MARGARET

Married on the 5th at Ridgeway by Rev. Martin Seiler, Daniel Miller to Miss Margaret Stoball. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, November 11, 1865)

MINOR, CARROL ~ EWING, MILDRED MRS.

The marriage of Mrs. Mildred Ewing, formerly of Osage City to Mr. Carrol R. Minor, of Arlington, took place Sunday, June 3, at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. William Vigola, the Rev. J.H. Faurot performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Minor will be at home in Arlington after June 16. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, June 6, 1945, transcibed by Jim Laird)

MITCHELL, WAYNE T. ~ VERNELL, KATHRYN

Mr. Roscoe Davis announces the marriage of his daughter, Kathryn Vernell, to Mr. Wayne T. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mitchell. The wedding took place at the Presbyterian manse in Osage City on Thanksgiving morning, November 23, 1944, at 11:30 o'clock, the Rev. John M. Kellison reading the single ring service. The couple were attended by the bridegroom's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will make their home in Topeka. The friends of the couple extend congratulations and best wishes. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, November 29, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MONTGOMERY, E. D. ~ MOORE, MARY

Miss Mary Moore was married at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. E. Moore, Monday, October 26, 1914, to Mr. E. D. Montgomery of Wesson. The bride was prettily dressed in pink and white silk and the groom in black.

Mr. Montgomery is a prominent newspaper man of Merdian.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. Woodson of this city.

Many useful and pretty presents were received. A number of friends were invited. A three course luncheon was served. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, November 5, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

MOORE, NELSON J. ~ TYLER, LAURA E.

Mrs. A. Rawlings has received the announcement of the marriage of her granddaughter, Laura E. Tyler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Tyler, of Portland, Ore., to Mr. Nelson J. Moore, U. S. Navy. The wedding took place in Long Beach, Cali., on June 15.

Mrs. Moore lived in Osage City with her grandmother and attended the Osage City High School one year and will be remembered by some of our people. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, July 4, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MOORE, ORVAN E. ~ CHRISTESEN, HARRIET

Mrs. Hans C. Christesen announces the marriage of her daughter, Harriet, to Orvan E. Moore, of Akron, Ohio. The marriage took place Saturday morning, October 20, 1945, at 10 o'clock at the Presbyterian manse, the Rev. J.H. Faurot officiating.

The bridal couple was attended by Mrs. Harold Christesen and Mr. Eldon Christesen, sister-in-law and brother of the bride.

The bride wore a blue wool dress with brown accessories and carried the same silk handerchief her mother carried at her wedding. The groom wore his uniform.

Mrs. Moore is one of Osage county's successful rural school teachers and is employed as teacher of the Peterton school.

Mr. Moore was inducted into the Army in 1941 and has just returned home after spending forty-five months in the Pacific. He has been honorably discharged from the Army. He is the son of Mr. Henry Moore, of Akron, Ohio.

Mr. and Mrs. Moore left Saturday for Ohio to visit Mr. Moore's relatives. Mrs. Moore has been granted a three week's leave of absence from school. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, October 31, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MOORE, WILLIAM L. ~ GOLDSMITH, BEULAN IRENE

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Goldsmith of Admire, Kans., announce the marriage of their youngest daughter, Beulan Irene to Pfc. Warren L. Moore only son of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Moore of Bushong, Kans. The wedding took place at 6:20 o'clock Saturday evening, May 11, at the Oak Park Methodist church at San Antonio, Texas. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A.P. Shirkey, pastor of the church.

The bride is a graduate of Admire Rural High School class of 1942 and for the past three years has been employed at telegraph operator by the Santa Fe and Missouri Pacific Railroads. The groom is a graduate of Bushong Rural High School, class of 1942 and has been in the Army the last 22 months. Returning from the Pacific in January is now stationed at Ft. Sam Houston, Texas with the 4th Army Mobile Unit. The couple were attended by Ernest Olivier of North Dakota and Edward Topi of New York. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, May 29, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MURDOCK, T. H. B. ~ CRAWFORD, FRANK MISS
Married at Washington, Ohio, on Wednesday, 12, December 186 by rev. J. W. Fowble, T. H. B. Murdock of Emporia and Miss Frank Crawford of the former place. (Osage Chronicle, December 1866)

NEWTON, CARL P. ~ MABON, ESTHER

Last Thursday morning, Miss Esther Mabon and Mr. Carl P. Newton were married in Topeka. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. J. P. Mast and is a highly respected young woman, well known in this vicinity. Mr. Newton is from Kansas City, Kansas, and is a young man of good character and clean habits. Although he has been in this community but a comparitively short time, he has made warm friends who wish these young people much joy and happiness. Scranton Gazette. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, August 24, 1916 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

PAXTON, EUGENE ~ SMITH, WANDA

Miss Wanda Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith, of Miller and Pfc. Eugene Paxton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oswer, of Osage City, were married at the Methodist parsonage at Midland, Texas, by Rev. Wm. House. Their attendants were Pfc. and Mrs. Earl Baker.

Miss Smith before her marriage has been working in the Intelligence Section at W.P.B. Washington, D.C. She is a graduate of Miller high school.

Mr. Paxton enlisted in the Army Air Force two years ago and is stationed at Midland, Texas.

The couple will live in Midlan, Texas, for the present. (Journal Free Press, Wednesday, February 7, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PERRILL, GEORGE ~ TODD, LOUISA

At the residence of the brides father by Rev. Moys, George Perrill to Miss Louisa Todd, all of Burlingame. We always supposed George to be a strict temperance man until we observed how natural and apt he was in taking his little "todd" (y). Hope you may never be troubled again with sewing on shirt buttons. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, October 24, 1863)

PETERSON, RALPH ~ NICOLAY, AILEEN

The marriage of Miss Aileen Nicolay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Nicolay of Topeka and Mr. Ralph Peterson of Osage City, took place Monday afternoon, June 10, at 2:30 o'clock at the Bethel Mission parsonage in Topeka. The Rev. F.O. Kling officiated.

The attendants were Miss Audrey Nicolay and Renold Nicolay, sister and brother of the bride. The bride is a relatives of Mrs. August Barness of this locality and Miss Audrey Nicolay has been the teacher at Superior school for the past two or three years.

The bride wore a delft blue dress with white straw hat and other white accessories.

Mrs. Peterson is a prominent young farmer near Osage City. He and his bride have taken a honeymoon trip to the Ozarks.

(Note: Typed as printed in newspaper.) (The Enterprise-Chronicle, Thursday, June 13, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PLOWMAN, GEORGE C. ~ SUTTON, ALINE F.

Aline F. Sutton and George C. Plowman were married at Lyndon Friday, March 12. These young people both grew to manhood and womanhood in this community and with their pleasant and jolly disposition have made themselves favorites among a host of friends.

A bountiful wedding supper was given by the brides mothers, Mrs. J. D. Sutton on Monday evening with only the immediate relatives in attendance. Many useful presents were received. Congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy wedding life are extended to them by their many relatives and friends. (The Melvern Review, Thursdsay, March 25, 1920, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PLOWMAN, JOHN ~ SUTTON, GLADYS

Mr. John Plowman and Miss Gladys Sutton were united in marriage at Ottawa, Friday, the 12th. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sutton living north-east of town. With her intelligent ways she has been a popular young lady in the community. The groom has lived in the same community the past three years where he is well and favorably known.

Congratulations and many years of happy life from the Review and a host of friends. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, March 18, 1920, transcribed by Jim Laird)

REDMON, CLARK C. ~ OLIVER, HARRIER CELIA

Clark C. Redmon and Miss Harriet Celia Oliver, were married by the Probate Judge of Shawnee County, October 18, 1913. Miss Oliver is a C. H. S. graduate, and has many friends who join the Post in wishing her, and he whom she has chosen, the best of happiness and prosperity. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, October 23, 1913 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

REICHENKER, GEORGE B. ~ SARBER, HITY M.
Married on the 21st at Manhattan, Kansas by Rev. Greene, George B. Reichenker of Burlingame to Miss Hity M. Sarber of the former place. (Osage Chronicle, April 28, 1866)

REMMINGTON, NOBLE ~ ROWE, ESTHER

On Wednesday afternoon, March 4th, Noble Remington and Esther Rowe, were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage at Scranton. After which an elaborate supper was served at the bride's home to the immediate families. The young people will make their hom eon the Martin Davenport farm. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, March 12, 1913 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

ROBINSON, ELLIS E. ~ REDENBAUGH, HAZEL M.

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Redenbaugh of Osage City, announce the marriage of their daughter, Hazel M., to Mr. Ellis E. Robinson, which took place in Topeka, Kans., on Friday July 27.

Both Mr. and Mrs. Redenbaugh are employed at the Pauline Supply Depot and after a short honeymoon trip are at home at 500 East Eighth street, Topeka, Kans. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, August 1, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RODNEY, MR. & MRS. JOHN

Mr. and Mrs. John Rodney were married fifty years, Jan. 1, but owing to Mr. Rodney's poor health, no anniversary celebration was held. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, January 8, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

SAMS, THOMAS ARNOLD, JR. ~ THOMPSON, DORINE BERNICE

Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Thompson, of Denver, Colo., announce the marriage of their daughter, Dorine Bernice to Thomas Arnold Sams, Jr., M.M.3-c, USNR.

The wedding took place Tuesday March 12, at the Lutheran parsonage in St. Francis, Kansas, the Rev. L. C. Schroeder read the single ring ceremony. The only attendant of the couple was the bride's sister, Miss Marjorie Thompson.

Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of the North High School of Denver. The will make their home in Long Beach, Calif.

Mrs. Sams is a neice of Miss Anna Rosenquist of this city. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, March 20, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHEPARD, HON. H. D. ~ DUTTON, DAPHNE

Married on the 12th at the residence of the bride's father, near Burlingame by Rev. J. M. Pryse, Hon. H. D. Shepard to Miss Daphne Dutton. Hon. Shepard is a Representative of Wabaunsee County. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, November 25, 1865)

SMITH, RICHARD H. ~ CASEBIER, BETTY ALLYCE

Miss Betty Allyce Casebier the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Casebier, of Reading and Sgt. Richard H. Smith, son of Mrs. Edith Smith of Endicott, N.Y. were married February 14, at Kansas City, Mo.

Sergeant Smith, who is in the Army Air Corps has been stationed in Kansas City the past several months. He left February 15 for the Greendwood, Miss. Mrs. Smith is a graduate of the Reading high school and has been employed the past three years in war plants in Wichita and Kansas City. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, February 28, 1945)

SOUDERS, JAMES ~ MILLISON, AGNES R.
Married at Auburn January 18 by Rev. J. B. Cowig, James Souders of Burlingame to Miss Agnes R. Millison of Auburn. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, January 27, 1866)

STANDIFERD, WAYNE ~ NELSON, HELEN

Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson announce the marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Mr. Wayne Standiferd, son of Mrs. Eleanor Standiferd, on Thursday evening, October 19, 1944. The wedding took place in the Grace Luthern church of Osage City at 7:30 p.m. the Rev. Reuben P. Kron officiating. The wedding music was furnished by Mrs. Reuben Kron.

Following the ceremony a reception for the bridal couple was held at the home of the bride's parents, after which the couple left on a short honeymoono. Both Mr. and Mrs. Standiferd are graduates of the Osage City High School. Mrs. Standiferd has been employed at the McCall Hardware store the past two years and Mr. Standiferd recently received an honorable discharge form the U.S. Navy, where he had served for two years.

The happy couple have gone to housekeeping on the Jenkins farm and their many friends extend congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy wedded life. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, October 18, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STANLEY, JOHN ~ GIBSON, NANCY

Married at Auburn on 26th by Rev. H. Mays, John Stanley to Miss Nancy Gibson. (The Weekly Osage Chronicle, August 6, 1864)

STEPHAN, E. M. ~ HEINZMAN, JENNIE

The marriage of Miss Jennie Heinzman and Mr. E.M. Stephan took place at three o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Heinzman. The Rev. T.J. Pearson pronounced the ring ceremony. The bride was married in her traveling suit of black broadcloth and black velvet hat. Her corsage was red rosebuds and lilies of the valley. Mr. Stephan and his bride left for Chicago and St. Louis. Mrs. Stepan has lived in Topeka a number of years. She was graduated from the Topeka high school. Mr. Stephan is secretary to General Manager , A.E. Sweet of the Rock Island railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Stephan will be at home at 714 Harrison street after January 1. Wednesday, Capital. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, November 19, 1914 Transcribed by Jim Laird )

STRAIT, KEITH L. ~ EVANS, MARGARET ANN

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Evans announce the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Ann to Pfc. Keith L. Strait, son of the late R.E. Strait of Keosauqua, Iowa.

The wedding took place in the parlor of the First Baptist church at Topeka Sunday afternoon, July 22, at 12:45 o'clock. Rev. Arlon Heydon read the double ring marriage ceremony before a fire place decorated with palms, pink gladiolia and fern. The couple were unattended.

Mrs. Vernon Flaming played, "I Love Thee," "Because," "Orange Blossoms," Lohengrins' Wedding march and during the ceremony she played, "I Love You Truly."

Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Evans, parents of the bride, entertained with a wedding dinner at the Hotel Jayhawk for the following guests: Pfc. and Mrs. Keith L. Strait, Mr. and Mrs. K.T. Thatcher of Kansas City, Miss Eleanor Eastberg, Miss Phyllis Jean Johnson and Mrs. S.J. Thatcher, of Topeka, Mrs. Robert Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Evans and daughters of Osage City.

Following the dinner the bridal couple left for a short honeymoon trip. Upon their return they will visit friends and relatives at Osage City and Topeka after which the couple will be at home at El Paso, Texas, where he is stationed. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, July 25, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SWANSON, ALBERT ~ SUBBLE, MILLIE

The marriage of Miss Millie Subble, of Trinidad, Colo., to Mr. Albert Swanson, of Osage City, took place in Lyndon, Saturday, June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson are at the Swanson residence on west Lord street. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, June 6, 1945, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SWIFT, FRANK B. ~ TINER, MATTIE
Married in Lawrence evening of 12th December 1866 by Rev. Cordly, Frank B. Swift to Miss Mattie Tiner, both of Lawrence. (Osage Chronicle, December 1866)

THORNE, ALTON N. ~ JONES, MARGARET E.

Miss Margaret E. Jones was united in marriage to S-Sgt. Alton N. Thorne, both of Lebo, Thursday afternoon, November 2, in Emporia. Rev. J. C. Brogan read the double ring ceremony at the parsonage of the Grace Methodist Church. The couple was attended.

Mrs. Thorne is a graduate of Lebo high school and had been working in California. S-Sgt. Thorne had just completed twenty six months of service in Alaska. He left Thursday night for Camp Swift, Texas, for re-assignment. S-Sgt. Thorne is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorne of Lebo. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, November 15, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TURNER, ARCHIE ~ DAVIS, LORETTA

Mr. and Mrs. M.A. Davis of Osage City, announce the marriage of their daughter, Loretta, to Mr. Archie Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Turner of Kansas City, Mo.

The marriage took place on Saturday, March 2, 1946, at 4:30 o'clock at the Parish house of St. James Church, Kansas City, Mo., the Mgs. Keyes officiating.

The couple were attended by Miss Wilma Davis, sister of the bride and Mr. Roland Obermier, both of Kansas City, Mo., acting as bridesmaid and best man.

The bride wore a rose wool suit and white accessories and corsage of white carnations.

The bridesmaid wore a gray wool suit with white accessories.

The bridegroom and best man wore dark business suits.

The bride is a graduate of the Barclay High school and the Central Business College of Kansas City, Mo.

The groom has recently returned from service with the Signal Corps in the South Pacific having been with the armed services two years and overseas 20 months. He is employed as an accountant with the Panhandle Pipe Filling Company.

Mrs. M.A. Davis and twin sons, Clyde and Clifford of Barclay attended the wedding. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, March 20, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

TYSON, WILLIE ~ HILE, LOIS ANNA

The marriage of Miss Lois Anna Hile, of Melvern and Mr. Willie Tyson, of Osage City, took place in Lyndon, Friday afternoon, March 15.

Mrs. Tyson is a rural school teacher of this county and is teaching a district school near Melvern.

Mr. Tyson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyson, living in the east part of town. He received his honorable discharge from the Army a few months ago.

Mr. and Mrs. Tyson are making their home with his parents at this time. Their many friends extend congratulations and best wishes. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, March 20, 1946, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WARNER, OLIVER ~ PHELEU, EFFIE

A double wedding occured in Topeka, Thursday, the contracting parties were: Miss Viola Aarner to Mr. Leonard Miles, and Miss Effie Pheleu to Mr. Oliver Warner. Their many friends extend best wishes and may their pathway be strewn with roses minus the thorns. Pleasant Valley. (The Carbondale Post, Thursday, February 25, 1915 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

WHITCHER, BOYD ~ STEVENS, EVA

Boyd Whitcher, age 23 and Eva Stevens, age 16, both of Melvern were united in marriage Friday, September 3rd. The bride and groom are at home at the bride's parents at present but will make their home on the Preacher Cargay farm for next year, four miles south of Melvern. Peoples Herald - Congratulations and the best wishes from the Review. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, September 23, 1920, transcribed Jim Laird)

WHITE, D. M. ~ AIKENS, BESS MRS.

The marriage of Mrs. Bess Aikens, of Martin City, Mo., and Mr. D. B. White of Overbrook, occurred Wednesday, August 16 at Olathe, Kans.

Rev. H. H. Beers performed the ceremony with Mrs. Beers as a witness.

Mr. White, Missouri Pacific agent at Overbrook was on his vacation and the couple spent a short honeymoon at Lake of the Ozarks, returning to Overbrook Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. White are a fine friendly couple, the type that Overbrook is glad to number among its citizens. - Overbrook Citizen. (The Journal Free Press, Wednesday, September 6, 1944, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WIX, HARRY A. ~ FORD, LILLIE C.
Married in Burlingame by Judge Playford, October 22, Harry A. Wix to Miss Lillie C. Ford, all of Burlingame. (Osage Chronicle, November 9, 1867)

WOOD, W. T. ~ JUDD, HATTIE

We learn from the brides mother that Mr. W. T. Wood and Mrs. Hattie Judd were united in marriage at Independence, Kansas, Monday the 19th. Mr. Wood is representing a wholesale house and resides in Cherryvale, where Mr. and Mrs. Wood will make their future home. The Review extends congratulations and best wishes. (The Melvern Review, Thursday, April 22, 1920, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ZALINGER, L. N. ~ WAETZIG, AMY

Miss Amy Waetzig, and Mr. L. N. Zalinger were married at Holly, Colo., January 20. This was a surprise to all Amy's friends at this time, no one suspected that she had so much as the shadow of the conceivability of the possibility of entering the conjugalrelation, before they hymenal altar, to have the neptial knot tied in connubial bliss, as she with the man of her choice set sail on the waters of the matrimonial sea. (The Carbondale Post, January 27, 1916 Transcribed by Jim Laird)

 

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