SEWARD COUNTY, KANSAS

MARRIAGES

Transcribed by Jim Laird


ADAMS, WILLIAM T - HIRN, LEONA

Miss Leona Hirn Weds Wm. T. Adams

Miss Leona Hirn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hirn, and William T. Adams, both of Liberal were married at Meade on January 10. Mrs. Adams is a graduate of Liberal high school and was secretary in the county engineer's office until resigning recently.

Mr. and Mrs. Adams are making their home in Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, January 23, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BENNETT, VIRGIL L. - McCALL, THELMA

Miss Thelma McCall and Virgil L. Bennett, both of Arkansas City, were married in Liberal, Monday, September 18, by Reverend Clarence A. Warkentin, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, September 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BRADLEY, CHARLES R. - HASS, DEVDA

Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Devda Hass of Texhoma, Oklahoma, and Charles R. Bradley, of Liberal, the ceremony having been performed Monday, January 16 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem.

Mrs. Bradley who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hass of Texhoma, graduated from the Texhoma High School and has been attending the Panhandle Agricultural and Mechanical College at Goodwell, Oklahoma. She was employed at the Gardiner ice cream parlor here last summer.
Mr. Bradley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bradley of Liberal. He attended Liberal High School and is now employed at the Puritan Dairy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley are making their home on North Lincoln avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, January 24, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BROOKS, DAVID LYNN - SMITH, SARAH GERTRUDE

Miss Sarah Gertrude Smith and David Lynn Brooks, both of Liberal, were married Sunday morning, December 5, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy probate judge pro tem, at her home on South Roosevelt avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, December 6, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BROSE, WADE - SPRINGMEYER

Miss Dorothy Springmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rasler, of Liberal and Wade Brose, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brose of Liberal were married at the courthouse, February 11, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BROWN, ELLSWORTH - STANSBURY, RUTH

Ruth Stansbury, Ellsworth Brown married at Meade

Miss Ruth Stansbury, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Stansbury of Liberal and Mr. Ellsworth Brown of Minneola, were married at the Baptist church in Meade Saturday evening, September 2, the pastor Reverend Shaw performing the ceremony.

Mrs. Frank Gilbert, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Mr. Gilbert best man.

The bride wore a blue crepe street length dress with white accessories and Mrs. Gilbert wore a pink crepe, made street length.

Guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin of Liberal. Mrs. Brown graduated from the Greensough high school southeast of Liberal and had been employed at the Silver Grill here.

Mr. Brown, who is a son of Mrs. A. W. Bristor, of Minneola, is a graduate of the Fowler high school. He is employed at the Blakemore Brothers warehouse.

Mr. and Mrs. Brown are residing in an apartment at 515 North Sherman avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 6, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

BULLARD, DELBERT A. - LONG, RUBY

Delbert A. Bullard, and Miss Ruby Long, both of Liberal were married by Probate Judge W. G. Harnden, at the courthouse here December 21. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CAMPBELL, DON - MILES, OPAL

Mrs. Opal Miles and Don Campbell, both of Hardesty, Oklahoma were united in marriage at the court house here Friday, October 21, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 23, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

CORNELSON, ISAAC - VANN, LORENE

Miss Lorene Vann of Fowler and Isaac Cornelson of Meade were married at the court house in Liberal Tuesday, May 2, Mrs. Avis King Lacy probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, May 3, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DANNER, FRANK L. - KENNEDY, FLORA FRANCES

Liberal Girl is Being Wed Here Tuesday

The marriage of Miss Flora Frances Kennedy, daughter of Mrs. Wilbur Nutt of Liberal to Mr. Frank L. Danner of Amarillo, Texas, will take place at three o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nutt at 816 North Grant avenue.

The vows will be read by Reverend Harold B. Duryea, pastor of the Christian Church.

Mrs. Lloyd Robertson of Amarillo, Texas, will be matron of honor and the best man will be Mr. Ed Bigelow of Amarillo. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DELP, MYRON - GARD, GWENDENE

Miss Gwendene Gard of Colwater and Myron Delp of Mullinville were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal Tuesday, June 13. Mrs. Avis King Lacy probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 14, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DIXON, HAROLD EARL - SULLIVAN, BETTY

Miss Betty Sullivan and Harold Earl Dixon both of Rolla, were married at the courthouse in Liberal, Monday, February 20, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (the Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, February 22, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DOOLEY, ROBERT LEE - KNIGHT, EDNA MAE

Miss Edna Mae Knight and Robert Lee Dooley, both of Gruver, Texas, were married at the courthouse here Tuesday, April 18 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, April 19, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

DRAKE, TEDDY - HICKEY, IVEY JEAN

Teddy Drake of Plains and Miss Ivey Jean Hickey of Meade were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal December 24 by Probate Judge W. G. Hardnen. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

EDWARDS, PURN DAVID - PADGETT, EVELYN LEFAY

Miss Evelyn LeFay Padgett and Purn David Edwards both of Fowler were united in marriage at the Christian parsonage in Liberal at six o'clock Sunday evening by Reverend Harold B. Duryea. The young people were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards of Fowler. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, October 1, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

EVANS, JIMMIE A. - TAYLOR, HELEN

Miss Helen Taylor and Mr. Jimmie A. Evans, both of Enid, Oklahoma, were united in marriage Friday, October 20, 1939 at the Liberal courthouse with Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem, reading the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Evans will go to Pueblo, Colorado, where Mr. Evans has employment. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 22, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FINLEY, CECIL - LAUGHLY, MAXINE

Miss Maxine Laughly of Amarillo, Texas and Cecil Finley of Borger, Texas, were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage in Liberal, October 16, by Rev. Roxie T. Powell. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 20, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

FINLEY, FRED PAUL - HARP, OLLIE INGRAM

Mrs. Ollie Ingram Harp and Fred Paul Finley, both of Borger, Texas, were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal Monday, September 2, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, September 4, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GANTT, H. C. - JUDD, GOLDIE

Mrs. Goldie Judd of Hooker, Oklahoma and Mr. H. C. Gantt of Tyrone, Oklahoma, were united in marriage at the court house here Tuesday, July 5th, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 6,1 938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

GREGORY, DELVIN - PECK, ALENE

Mrs. Alene Peck and Mr. Delvin Gregory were married Saturday, July 2, at the court house at Dodge City. Mrs. Gregory who formerly lived here has been in Dodge City for the past several months. Mr. Gregory is employed as mechanic at the Crawford Service here. They will be making their home in Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 6, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HAMBLIN, OLIVER H. - LONGAN, LEOLA W.

Oliver H. Hamblin of Lubbock, Texas, and Miss Leola W. Longan, of Panhandle, Texas, were married at the courthouse in Liberal, December 26, Probate Judge W. G. Harnden performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HEADRICK, J. E. - HALL, LOUISE

Miss Louise Hall and J. E. Headrick, both of Dombey, Oklahoma were married in Liberal Friday, January 6, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 8, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HIGGINS, VANE - HIGGINS, MARY JANE

Mrs. Mary Jane Higgins and Vane Higgins, both of Liberal were married at Meade Sunday, December 22. Mr. and Mrs. Higgins expect to leave in January for San Francisco, California, where they will make their home. Mr. Higgins will follow the carpenter trade there. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, December 24, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HINKEL, GEORGE C. - FILBECK, SARAH C.

Mrs. Sarah C. Filbeck of Liberal and George C. Hinkel of Wichita were united in marriage in Liberal, September 12, by Reverend Susan Briles, Church of God minister.

Mr. Hinkel was a resident of Liberal for many years. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, September 17, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HOLLIS, THOMAS HARVEY - HERRING, MAXINE RUBY

Miss Maxine Ruby Herring and Thomas Harvey Hollis, both of Canadian, Texas, were married at the court house in Liberal Saturday, November 30 by W. G. Harnden, probate judge. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 4, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HOWE, CARL D. - HORNER, DORINE FAY

Miss Dorine Fay Horner and Carl D. Howe, both of Hugoton, were married in Liberal September 21 by Rev. S. c. Richart, pastor of the Church of God. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, September 30, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HUMPHREYS, LEWIS J. - CHRISTIANSEN, DOROTHY

Miss Dorothy Christiansen and Lewis J. Humphreys, both of Manter, were united in marriage here Monday, June 19, the ceremony being performed by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 21, 1943, transcribed by Jim Laird)

HUTSLER, HENRY - HAGLE, MARY

Miss Mary Hagle and Henry Hutsler both of Liberal were married June 30, by Reverend Elmer Stump, pastor of the Assembly of God. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JACKSON, RANDALL RALPH - JUDD, VELMA GRACE

Miss Velma Grace Judd and Randall Ralph Jackson, both of Liberal were married Tuesday, October 18, by Reverend Elma Albertson, Friends minister. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, October 19, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

JONES, LEE - JONES, VESTA

Miss Vesta Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jones of Goodwell, Oklahoma, and Mr. Lee Jones of Liberal were married in Garden City, Wednesday, August 16, by Judge Foster. The bride is a graduate of the Goodwell high school.

Mr. and Mrs. Jones left after the ceremony on a short wedding trip to Trinidad, Colorado and Raton, New Mexico. They returned to Liberal Saturday and are residing at 318 Lincoln avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, August 20, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KENNEDY, CHESTER - GIBLER, EDNA

Miss Edna Gibler and Chester Kennedy both of Hooker, Oklahoma were united in marriage in Liberal September 22 by Rev. Roxie Powell, Methodist minister. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, September 30, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KENNEDY, HAROLD - TILLERY, CLARA

Miss Clara Tillery of Fowler and Harold Kennedy of Minneola, were married in Liberal Friday, July 7, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. The couple came to Liberal by airplane to be married. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, July 9, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

KEPLEY, RAY - TITUS, CLEO

Miss Cleo Titus and Ray Kepley both of Ulysses were married at the Methodist parsonage in Liberal Thursday, October 20 by Reverend Roxie T. Powell. Both young people are from leading families in Grant county. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, October 23, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

LUSK, JEROME K. - TATE, ALPHA C.

Jerome K. Lusk of Texhoma, Oklahoma and Miss Alpha C. Tate of Goodwell, Oklahoma were married at the courthouse in Liberal December 23, by Probate Judge W. G. Harnden. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MARTENEY, LOYD - HATCHER, MAZEL

Loyd Marteney was married Thanksgiving to Miss Mazel Hatcher of the Fairview neighborhood. We extend congratulations and best wishes to them. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, December 4, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MAY, JOHN - UNRUH, RUBY

Miss Ruby Unruh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe Unruh of Montezuma, and Mr. John May of Ulysses were united in marriage in Liberal Monday, Jan. 20. Mrs. May who is a graduate of the Montezuma high school, has been at the N. Y. A. center here. The young couple left after the ceremony for Ulysses where a reception was given for them and from there they expect to make a trip to Phoenix, Arizona. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, January 31, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

McCARNEY, CECIL HOWARD - WORTH, RUBY ELLEN

Miss Ruby Ellen Worth and cecil Howard McCarney, both of Texhoma, Oklahoma, were married In Liberal Thursday, October 31, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 3, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

METTS, HARRY - JOY, LAURA BELLE

Miss Laura Belle Joy and Harry Metts, both of Hugoton, were married at the courthouse in Liberal Saturday morning, March 16, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. The young couple were accompanied by Miss Lorene Littrell, Cecil Dunlap and Robert Godshelf all of Hugoton. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLER, ROBERT - YOUNG, FRETIA

Miss Fretia Young of Keyes, Oklahoma, and Robert Miller of Liberal were married at the courthouse Monday afternoon, November 20, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. The young couple accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Miller. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, November 21, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MILLS, ROGER W. - SMITH, DOROTHY B.

Roger W. Mills, of Forgan, Oklahoma, and Miss Dorothy B. Smith of Beaver, Oklahoma, were married by the Probate Judge E. S. Irwin, January 19, 1941, at the courthouse. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, January 20, 1941, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MUNGER, ADRIAN RUSSELL - RAWLINGS, JEWIS

Miss Jewis Rawlins of Liberal and Adrian Russell Munger of Hooker, Oklahoma were married early Sunday morning at the home of Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem, Mrs. Lacy performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

MURPHY, GLEN - HIGHTOWER, EDITH

Hightower - Murphy Wedding at Guymon

Mrs. Edith Hightower and Mr. Glen Murphy, both of Liberal were united in marriage by the Baptist minister at Guymon, Oklahoma, Saturday afternoon, October 12. The only guests at the wedding were Mrs. Hope Harwood and Mr. Forrest Pelton of Liberal.

Mr. Murphy is in the employ of the Universal Motor Oils company here and he and his bride are residing at 225 South Pennsylvania avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, October 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NORRIS, KRESTON - KING, DOROTHY

King-Norris Wedding Takes Place at Tyrone.

The marriage of Miss Dorothy King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.P. King of 109 South Sherman avenue, to Mr. Kreston Norris of Liberal took place Tuesday evening, April 11, at Tyrone, Oklahoma, Reverend Frances Wick, pastor of Crescent church, performing the ceremony.

The young people were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Will England and Miss Ruby Mae England of this city.

Mrs. Norris attended Liberal high school last year and until the holidays this year was a member of the junior class of Paonioa, Colorado, high school.

Mr. Norris, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Norris, formerly of Liberal, now of Dalhart, Texas, is a member of this year's senior class in Liberal high school. He has been captain of both the high school football and basketball teams.

Mr. and Mrs. Norris are residing at the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norris on North New York avenue, until the close of school, when they will go to Dalhart, Texas, where Mr. Norris will take a position with the Rock Island. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, April 14, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

NORTHRUP, JOHN - RICHESON, ETHEL

Mrs. Ethel Richeson, of Borger, Texas and John Northrup of Stinnett, Texas, were married at the courthouse at Liberal, March 20, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, March 24, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

OLLENBORGER, WILLIAM - McCLARITY, EFFIE

Mrs. Effie McClarity of Perryton, Texas and William Ollenborger of Balko, Oklahoma were married in Liberal December 19, by Rev. Roxie Powell. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 22, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PARKER, HAROLD - IPSON, ERMA

Miss Erma Ipson of Rolla and Harold Parker of Guymon, Oklahoma, were married at the courthouse in Liberal Wednesday evening, February 22, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, February 26, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PISTOLE, C. E. - PERRY, ALICE

Alice Perry and C. E. Pistole both of Liberal were married at Guymon, Oklahoma, November 23, by Reverend J. W. Chapman, pastor of the Baptist church. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, November 29, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

PLACE, CHARLES - WARNER, RUTH

Miss Ruth Warner of Hooker, Oklahoma and Charles Place of Guymon, Oklahoma, were married in Liberal, October 29 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Theo McAhren. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RAHENKAMP, RAYMOND E. - WEISSHAAR, MYRTLE E.

Miss Myrtle E. Weisshaar of Turpin, Oklahoma and Mr. Raymond E. Rahenkamp of Hooker, Oklahoma were married in Garden City Sunday, September 15 by Reverend O. Ray Cook. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, September 17, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

RICE, LON - TALBOTT, REVA

Miss Reva Talbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Talbott of Guymon, Oklahoma, and Mr. Lon Rice of McAllen, Texas, were married by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem at her home on South Roosevelt avenue at ten o'clock Wednesday evening, Aug. 9.

Mr. and Ms. C. R. Trexler of Liberal attended the couple.

Mr. Rice came here in March and has been employed with the Trexler Bros. Produce since that time.

Mr. and Mrs. Rice are making their home in the Kennedy Kourts on North Lincoln avenue. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, August 11, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROBINSON, M. E. - WALLACE, OMA LEE

Oma Lee Wallace and M. E. Robinson, both of Liberal were united in marriage November 17, by Rev. W. H. Dellinger. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, November 23, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

ROGERS, NEAR - MITCHELL, MARIE

Miss Marie Mitchell and Near Rogers, both of Liberal were united in marriage at DeRidder, Louisiana on June 5. The young couple arrived Monday for a visit with relatives here. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 14, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SANDERS, J. W. - MADDOUX, FLORA

Mrs. Flora Maddoux and J. W. Sanders, both of Carter, Oklahoma were married in Liberal, Sunday, May 7 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, May 10, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHEUCHZIR, BERMAN - KUYKENDALL, RUBY

Miss Ruby Kuykendall of Beaver, Oklahoma, and Mr. Berman Scheuchzir of Turpin, Oklahoma were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal, Wednesday, October 11. The ceremony was read by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, October 12, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SCHULTE, ARTHUR - WALKER, LILLIAN

Miss Lillian Walker of Birmingham, Alabama, and Arthur Schulte of Kansas City, were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal Monday evening, June 26, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performing the ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Walker, who have resided in Liberal since the Rock Island bridge was under construction, Mr. Walker being with the bridge company.

Mr. and Mrs. Schulte left on a honeymoon trip to Kansas City after which they will go to Rulo, Nebraska, to make their home.Guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yerby, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clapper, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yerby, and Mr. Rex Yerby.

After the ceremony a reception was given for the young couple at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yerby at the Hettic apartments. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, June 28, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SHARP, MELVIN LEE - PERRY, SARAH ELLEN

Melvin Lee Sharp of Meade and Mrs. Sarah Ellen Perry of Liberal were married by the probate judge at Meade on December 26. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SKILLINGS, ROBERT N. - YOUNG, OLINDA

Miss Olinda Young and Robert N. Skillings, both of Hooker, Oklahoma were married in Liberal May 18, Mrs. Avis King Lacy probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, May 26, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, HAROLD E. - OLSEN, DORIS LORAINE

Doris Olsen Is Wed Sunday To Harold Smith.

A very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Olsen, at 708 North Pennsylvania avenue, when their daughter Doris Loraine, became the bride of Mr. Harold E. Smith of Dodge City at high noon Sunday, August 24, Reverend Elma Albertson read the single ring ceremony
.
The bride wore a navy blue sheer with white accessories. Her should corsage was of gardenias and pink roses.

Mrs. Smith has grown to womanhood in this city and completed her junior year in Liberal high school.

Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Smith, of Cullison and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J.U. Smith of this city. He graduated from the Ensign high school with the class of 1938.

Guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Olsen and son Dean, Robert Olsen of Woodward, Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rennick.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith will at home at 303 East Spruce, Dodge City. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, August 26, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

SMITH, W. L. - LEWIS, JULIA

Miss Julia Lewis of Kismet and W. I. Smith of Goodwell, Oklahoma, were married at the courthouse in Liberal Monday, July 18, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performing the ceremony.

Accompanying the couple were Mr. H. E. Lewis, father of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and son, Bobby Gene of Liberal parents and brother of the bridegroom and Cecil Williams. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 20, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STARR, B. A. - WEBB, EFFIE

Mrs. Effie Webb of Hollywood, California and B. A. Starr of Hooker, Oklahoma, were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal, Saturday afternoon, September 9, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem, performing the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, September 11, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

STUMP, WAYNE - REYNOLDS, GOLDIE

Miss Goldie Reynolds and Wayne Stump, both of Hardesty, Oklahoma, were married in this city Tuesday, August 15, by Reverend Elmer Stump, pastor of the Assembly of God. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, August 16, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

THOMPSON, GENE - PHILIPS, NADINE

Miss Nadine Phillips of Hooker, Oklahoma and Gene Thompson, son of A. G. Thompson of the Wideawake community west of Liberal were united in marriage at eight o'clock Saturday evening, June 10, at the home of Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. Mrs. Lacy performing the ceremony.

Mr. Oren King of this city, sister of Mr. Thompson was the only guest at the wedding. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, June 13, 1943, transcribed by Jim Laird)

VAUGHN, ROYCE - HATCHER, MAZEL

Miss Mazel Hatcher and Royce Vaughn, both of Kismet, were united in marriage Tuesday, February 21, the ceremony being performed at the courthouse in Liberal by Mrs. Avis Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, February 22, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WALLACE, DON - MASSIE, MOREE

A wedding of interest occurring too fast for last week's items was that of Miss Moree Massie and Don Wallace, two of our popular young people. Mrs. Wallace is the accomplished youngest daughter of Mrs. Alice Massie, recently of Ford and Don is the son of George Wallace and has been reared in this community and is an industrious young farmer.

Their many friends join in wishing them a life journey of happiness.

A crowd charivaried them Friday night at the George Wallace home, enjoying treats of candy and cigars. (The Southwest Daily Times, Friday, December 3, 1937, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WALTERS, JIM - EARLENE ANDREWS

Miss Earlene Andrews and Jim Walters both of Guymon, Okla., were married at the courthouse in Liberal Monday, February 26. Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performed the ceremony. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, February 27, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WATSON, NORMAN F. - BARCUS, LENA MAUD

Miss Lena Maud Barcus of Moberly, Missouri and Mr. Norman F. Watson of Hillsdale, Indiana, were married at the Christian parsonage in Liberal at eight thirty o'clock Monday evening, August 28, by Reverend Harold B. Duryea. Mr. Watson is employed at the Panhandle Eastern Pipe Line Company station northeast of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, August 29, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WEBB, VERNON ARTHUR - COSTNER, ELSIE MAE

Miss Elsie Mae Costner of Guyman, Oklahoma and Vernon Arthur Webb of Texhoma, Oklahoma were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal Friday afternoon, November 3, Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem performing the ceremony.

The young people were accompanied by the brides' mother, Mrs. Viola Costner and by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Webb. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, November 5, 1939, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WHITE, PAUL - KEEL, BERNICE

Miss Bernice Keel of Haskell, Texas, and Paul White, of Pampa, Texas were married in Liberal September 21, by Rev. Harold Duryea, Christian minister. (The Southwest Daily Times, Monday, September 30, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILLIAMS, DAVID - BLUNDELL, ADDIE

Miss Addie Blundell and David Williams, both of Liberal, were married in Liberal, April 6 by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Thursday, May 16, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILLIAMS, DAVID - WAYLAND, ADDIE

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wayland of 709 North Jordan avenue announce the marriage of their daughter, Addie to Mr. David Williams of this city, the wedding took place at the home of Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem at eight o'clock on Saturday evening, April 6, Mrs. Lacy performing the ceremony.

Mr. Williams who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Williams of Liberal is employed at the Light Grain and Milling Company. He and his bride will make their home in Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, May 14, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WILSON, CHARLES WILLIAM - GROGAN, BILLIE JEAN

Charles William Wilson of Johnson, Kansas and Billie Jean Grogan, of Liberal, Kansas were married Sunday by Justice of the Peace J. E. Daily. Panhandle (Guymon, Okla.) Herald, March 18. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, March 20, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WINCHESTER, WILLIS - NICHOLSON, RUTH

Miss Ruth Nicholson of Logan, Oklahoma and Willis Winchester of Laverne, Oklahoma were united in marriage at the courthouse in Liberal, Saturday, July 16, by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem. (The Southwest Daily Times, Wednesday, July 20, 1938, transcribed by Jim Laird)

WOODRING, C. J. - HIBLER, MARIE

C. J. Woodring of Hugoton and Miss Marie Hibler of Liberal were united in marriage by Probate Judge W. G. Harnden, December 26, the ceremony taking place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harnden northeast of Liberal. (The Southwest Daily Times, Sunday, December 29, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)

YOUNG, DEFORREST - LEAMING, DOROTHY

Miss Dorothy Leaming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Leaming of east of Liberal and DeForrest Young, son of Mrs. Inez Young of Dombey, Oklahoma were married at the court house in Liberal at five o'clock Monday evening, June 24, the ceremony was performed by Mrs. Avis King Lacy, probate judge pro tem.

Mrs. Leaming mother of the bride and Mrs. Young mother of the bridegroom attended the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Young will make their home on a farm north of Dombey. (The Southwest Daily Times, Tuesday, June 25, 1940, transcribed by Jim Laird)
 

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