PUGH ~ HUNTINGTON
On last Saturday evening, April 13th, at 6 o'clock, Miss Ora Huntington of Courtland and L. L. Pugh of McDonald, Kansas, were married at the home of the bride's brother, O. E. Huntington, in Courtland. Rev. Honderick of Courtland read the impressive ring service in the presence of only the immediate relatives. The bride looked very pretty in a traveling suit, georgette blouse, and shoes, all of grey. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served by Mrs. O. E. Huntington. The couple left on No. 40 for Kansas City where they went on their wedding trip.
The bride is well known over Republic county and is a very capable young lady. She lived in Belleville for a number of years and attended the high school at this place for two years. Shortly after Christmas she left for Courtland where she has been working in the postoffice. The groom is also well known over Republic county, having been manager of the Foster Lumber Co., at Courtland for several years and is at present manager of the Foster Lumber Co. at McDonald, Kans. They will be at home to their many friends after May 1st in their new home in McDonald.
(Belleville Telescope ~ Thursday ~ April 18, 1918 ~ Page 1)