SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS

MARRIAGES

Transcribed by Jim Laird


ADAMS, ELANE ~ JONES, EILEEN

Miss Eileen Jones of Meade and Elane Adams of Minneola were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal July 3, Mrs. Alvis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 10, 1941)

BARROW, TRIS ARCHER ~ SPANGLER, MARJORY FAY

Miss Marjory Fay Spangler of Balko, Oklahoma and Tris Archer Barrow of Forgan, Oklahoma, were married at the Methodist parsonage in Liberal July 6, by Rev. Roxie T. Powell. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 10, 1941)

BECKHAM, BILL ~ ANDERSON, FLOMA

Mrs. Floma Anderson of Maysville, Oklahoma and Bill Beckham of Lindsay, Oklahoma were married at the courthouse in Liberal July 8, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 10, 1941)

BROWN, J. W. ~ OLSON, EMMA G. MRS.

Mr. J. W. Brown and Mrs. Emma G. Olson were married Wednesday, October 9th at the home of Mrs. Olson's son, Howard E. Nelson at Hutchinson, Kansas. The Rev. H. C. Bundy officiating. Immediately after the ceremony, the couple left for California where they will spend the winter. They will return to Kismet about June 1, 1930. The Klipper joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous life. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, October 17, 1929)

BRUNER, RICHARD ~ KRELL, KATHRYN

Miss Kathryn Krell and Mr. Richard Bruner were married in Meade Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The bride, daughter of George Krell of Arkalon, is well known here, having attended high school the past three years. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bruenr, who live south of Kismet, has resided in ths community all his life and is well and favorably known. The Klipper joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous married life. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, August 22, 1929)

CHAMBERLAIN, ROBERT ~ COOK, VELMA BELLE

Miss Velma Belle Cook and Robert Chamberlain, both of Hutchinson were married in Liberal last evening November 24 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, November 25, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DENTON, JOE ~ BERGHAUS

The Plains Journal had the following announcement last week that will be of interest to Kismet people:

Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Abbie Berghaus to Mr. Joe Denton of Kismet, which took place Wednesday, January 30, 1929. Rev. Father Esser performed the ceremony at the Catholic parsonage.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berghaus. Miss Abbie is a former graduate of the Plains High School and is a well known very popular young lady among her many friends. For the past two years she has been employed at the R. Hinman store of Kismet.

Mr. Denton is the son of Harry Denton. He was a student of the Salt City Business College of Hutchinson, and the past year has been employed at the R. Hinman store. Their many firends extend congratulations and best wishes.

They will be making their home at Kismet. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, February 7, 1929)

HALL, EDWARD ~ PEARCY, MILDRED

Miss Mildred Pearcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pearcy, and Edward Hall, son of Mrs. Clara Wriston both of Liberal were united in marriage Sunday, June 30, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy at her home at 727 North Kansas Avenue.

Mr. Hall is employed at the White Eagle oil station here. He and his bride will reside on East 8th street. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, July 2, 1940)

HARNED, JACK ~ BROWN, RUTH

News has been received of the marriage of Ruth Brown and Jack Harned. Mrs. Harned was a graduate of Kismet rural high school with the class of 1927. Mr. Harned is a barber and has a shop in Dodge City. They will make their home in Dodge City at present. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, January 22, 1931)

HATFIELD, DEAN ~ HERBEL, ELLA

Miss Ella Herbel, and Dean Hatfield were married at Hooker, Oklahoma early Sunday monring, November 27, by Judge Bateman. The only guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Howell and John Blake.

The bride who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Herbel of Hooker, attended school there and for the past six months has been in Liberal being housekeeper at the Oliver Brown residence.

Mr. Hatfield is the son of Mrs. and Mrs. Ed Hatfield of Hooker and attended the Hooker schools. He is employed as mechanic at White's Automotive garage in Hooker. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, November 29, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HAYDEN, RAYMOND ~ FAST, ALICE MARIE

Miss Alice Marie Fast, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fast and raymond Hayden, son of Mrs Sam Hayden of LIberal were united in marriage by Reverend rancis M. Jones, pastor of the Friends church, at his home on West Fifth street, Thrusday afternoon July 4.

The guests at the wedding were Mrs. Sam Hayden, Mrs. John Hayden, Mrs. Leo hayden and Mrs. Max Hayden.

The young couple will make their home in Hobbs, New Mexico. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 7, 1940)

HENNAGE, GEORGE ~ ORMISTON, GLADYS

Miss Gladys Ormiston and Mr. George Hennage were quietly married Sunday evening, July 14, at six o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Ormiston by Rev. A. J. Bond of Liberal. The ring ceremony was used.

The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Ormiston and has been a very popular young lady, having attended the Kismet high school the past two years. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hennage and is engaged in farming northwest of Kismet. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, July 18, 1929)

HINES, THOMAS GEORGE ~ LEWIS LOIS

Lewis - Hines Wedding Will Be Saturday

The marriage of Miss Lois Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lewis, of southeast of Liberal, to Thomas George Hines, of Liberal, is to take place at nine-thirty Saturday morning in St. Anthony's Catholic Church.

The ceremony will be followed by a reception to be given in the community hall at the Blue Bonnet courts. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 13, 1954)

IRA, MELBORN - GATES, HILDA

Mrs. Hilda Gates and Mr. Melborn IRA were married at Plains Saturday by the Rev. Father Esser. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berghaus of PLains and has been one of the efficient clerks at Hinman's store in Kismet the past two years. The groom is not known in Kismet as he just recently came to Plains from Casper, Wyoming. The couple will live on the P. H. Berghaus farm east of Plains until November 1 when they expect to go to Kansas City to make their home.

The Klipper joins their many friends in offering hearty congratulations. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, September 18, 1930)

JONES, EDWARD E. ~ APSLEY, LUCILE

Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Apsley, of Liberal announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Lucile to Mr. Edward E. Jones of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The wedding took place July 15 at Enid, Oklahoma.

The bride was attended by Mrs. Jack Blakemore and Mr. Jack Blakemore of Enid was best man.

Mrs. Jones attended school at Eureka and Tyrone, Oklahoma, and the past year was a student in Northwestern State Teachers college at Alva, Oklahoma also attending the summer session there.

Mr. Jones son of Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Jones, graduated from high school at Turpin, Oklahoma attending Northwestern State Teachers college at Alva, Oklahoma, one year, and for the past year has been a student at Tulsa University. Mr. Jones is employed as shipping clerk for the General Paint corporation in Tulsa, Oklahoma and he and his bride will make their home there later.

Miss Arline Shaeffer of Enid Oklahoma, was the only guest at the wedding. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, August 20, 1940)

KIMBROUGH, ELTON ~ BLOSSER, JANIS MARIE

Miss Janis Marie Blosser and Elton Kimbrough both of Liberal were married Friday, August 16, Reverend Susan Briles of the Church of God performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 18, 1940)

LAMBERT, ROBERT L. ~ OWENS, DOROTHY ELLEN

Miss Dorothy Ellen Owens of Preston and Robert L. Lambert of Coats, were married at the courthouse in Liberal Thursday, July 11 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 14, 1940)

LEWIS, HARRY ~ VICK, ROSIE

Popular Kismet Couple Married

Miss Rosie Vick and Mr. Harry Lewis were quietly married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Vick, Sunday, evening at 6 o'clock, the Rev. H. C. Bundy officiating. Only the immediate families of the couple were present.

The bride is a graduate of the Kismet High School, having been graduated with the class of 1928 and is a very populr and talented young lady. She has resided in this community all her life and has a wide circle of friends.

The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lewis and is well and favorably known both here and at Mullinville, the former home of the Lewis family.

He has lived here since 1916 and is a prosperous young farmer. The couple will make their home on a farm near Kismet.

The Klipper joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous married life. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, September 18, 1930)

MALONE, IRA - HARPER, MILDRED

Word has been received here of the marriage of Miss Mildred Harper of Ulysses to Mr. Ira Malone of Lakin. Mrs. Malone a sister of Mrs. F. A. Prater is well known in Kismet, having spent several summers here at the Prater home. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, September 6, 1929)

NOVINGER, VANCE ~ WESSLER, LEONA

Miss Leona Wessler and Mr. Vance Novinger were married at Garden City, Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wessler and one of the most popular young ladies of the community. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Novinger of south of Plains and is well and favorably known here, having been employed this winter at the Dufield garage.

Mr. and Mrs. Novinger are leaving today for Toledo, Ohio, where they will make their home. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, March 14, 1929)

POWELL, EDDIE J. ~ FRANCIS, RUTH HUGHES MRS.

Mrs. Ruth Hughes Francis of Kearney, Nebraska and Eddie J. Powell, of Liberal were united in marriage Sunday evening, December 4, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate Judge, pro tem at her home on South Roosevelt avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, December 5, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PRATER, W. R. ~ SIMONSON, ALICE

Miss Alice Simonson and Mr. W. R. Prather of Kismet were married Friday, December 26, at Pratt, Kas.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Simonson of Kismet and graduated from the Kismet High School. She later attended college in Wichita. Mr. Prater is a brother of F. A. Prater of Kismet. For the last few years he has been emloyed by the Collingwood Grain co.

Mr. and Mrs. Prater will make their home in Kismet. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, January 22, 1931)

RIDER, RAYMOND ~ HARRINGTON, JEWEL MRS.

Mrs. Jewel Harrington of Hooker, Oklahoma and Raymond Rider of Hardesty, Oklahoma, were married in Liberal, Saturday, December 17. Mrs. Avis King Lacy, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 21, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROBERTS, TRAVIS ~ NEWKIRK, LAURA MAY

Miss Laura May Newkirk of Las Animas, Colorado and Travis Roberts of Clinton, Oklahoma were married at the court house in Liberal Sunday evening, December 4 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy probate judge pro tem.

The young couple were accompanied by the bride's father, J. N. Newkirk of Law Animas. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, December 5,1 938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROSE, G. H. ~ URBACH, RUTH

Mr. G. H. Rose of Kismet and Mrs. Ruth Urbach of Liberal were married in Liberal last Tuesday evening. The couple tried to keep their marriage a secret but the news leaked out Saturday and Mr. Rose was fined two boxes of cigars.

While Mrs. Rose has never lived here, she is well known as she has visted her several times. She is a sister of Mrs. E. A. Louthan, Mrs. R. H. Urbach and Mr. B. F. Owens.

Mr. Rose has lived in Kismet since the town was founded and is in the real estate and insurance business. He is also a member of the city council.

The couple was treated to an old fashioned charivari Tuesday evening. The Klipper joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous life. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, October 23, 1930)

SCHMIDT, LEROY ~ HOLZRICHTER, HATTIE

Miss Hattie Holzrichter and LeRoy Schmidt both of Hooker, Oklahoma, were united in marriage Sunday morning, July 14, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem at her home at 727 North Kansas avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 17, 1940)

SCROGGINS, JESSE ~ MITCHELL, LOUISE

Miss Louise Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mitchell of Dombey, Oklahoma, and Jesse Scroggins, son of Mr. B. Scroggins of Booneville, Arkansas were united in marriage at Hooker, Oklahoma, Saturday evening June 29. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 7, 1940)

SMITH, ROY L. ~ FERGUSON, MAUDE

Mr. Roy L. Smith of Kismet and Miss Maude Ferguson of Trenton, Missouri, were married in Liberal, Tuesday, October 22, by Probate Judge L. A. Etzold. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson of Trenton, Missouri and is quite well known here, having visited here several time. The groom is the son of Mrs. Flora Dodd and well known having lived here all his life. The happy couple will make their home northwest of Kismet, where Mr. Smith is farming. The Klipper join their many firends in wishing them a happy and prosperous life. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, October 19, 1929)

STOLL, HARRY ~ SWARTZ, MARY

Mr. Harry Stoll of Kismet and Miss Mary Swartz of Washington, Indiana, were married in the Hoosier city, December 4, 1929. The Stoll family was visiting in Indiana and Harry surprised his friends here by bringing his wife home with him. The Klipper joins their many friends in wishing them a happy and prosperous married life. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, December 19, 1929)

THATCHER, EARL ~ GARCIA, ADELIA FRANCES

Miss Adelia Frances Garcia of Liberal and Earl Thatcher of Pleasanton were married in Liberal, August 17 by Reverened Susan Briles, Church of God Minister. (The Southwestern Daily Times, Wednesday, August 21, 1940)

VAUGHT, ORVILLE ~ BUCHFINK, EMMA

Mr. Orville Vaught of Plains and Miss Emma Buchfink of Kismet were married at the home of the bride's sister near Tulsa, Oklahoma last Thursday morning.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. Christ Buchfink and has lived in Kismet most of her life. The groom is well known in aviation circles and is the owner of a large cabin monoplane. The trip to Tulsa was made int he groom's plane and the couple were accompanied by the bride's father, Mr. Christ Buchfink.

The party returned to Kismet Thursday evening. (The Kismet Klipper, Thursday, November 13, 1930)

WADLEY, MERLE ~ KING, ANNETTE

Miss Annette King and Mr. Merle Wadley were married Saturday evening at the Liberal Baptist parsonage. They will be at home to their friends at the former Hitchcock home, next to his place of work at the Palmer Filing Station.

The folks all knew Annette and Merle have the best wishes for the future health and happiness. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 17, 1940)

Young Couple Wed Here on Saturday

Miss Annette King, who lives in the Greenough community southeast of Liberal and Mr. Mearl Wadley, of Tyrone, Oklahoma, were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage in Liberal Saturday evening July 6, Reverend H. B. Donnell performing the ceremony.

The guests at the wdding were Miss Juanita Harper and Mr. Elmer Isaacs.

Mr. and Mrs. wadley will make their home in Tyrone. (The Southwest Daily Capital, Monday, July 8, 1940)

WRISTON, THEON ~ CRITES, ALTA

Miss Alta crites and Theron Wriston both of Liberal were united in marriage July 6, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem at her home at 727 North Kansas Avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 10, 1941)

 

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