CLARK, CARLTON H. ~ THORPE, BESSIE
Miss Bessie Thorpe of this city and Mr. Carlton H. Clark of Owensville, Indiana, were married at the home of Elder J. D. Baremore of Rola, Kansas, Saturday, July 15th. (Liberal Democrat, July 20, 1922, page 10)
Miss Mabel Yarberry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Yarberry of this city and Mr. Sherman J. Copple of Nobbs, Indiana were married Saturday July 18th at Rolla, Kansas by Elder J. D. Baremore. (Liberal Democrat, July 20, 1922, page 10)
At one-thirty o'clock on Thursday July 18, at the family residence of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Etzold, took place the wedding of their daughter, Margaret, to Mr. Arthur Reed of Norton, Kansas. The Etzold home was fragrant and festive with the order of sweet peas and grandiolas for the happy occasion.
Miss Agatha Printz, accompanied by Miss Irene Etzold at the piano, sang two beautiful wedding songs. Miss Irene also softly played "Spring Song," for the procession and during the ring ceremony pronounced by the Rev. Thos. F. Barrier. The wedding couple were accompanied by Miss Mary Etzold, bridesmaid and Mr. Vernitt Reeves of Manhattan best man. After congratulations were tendered Mr. and Mrs. Reed, a bountiful three course wedding dinner was served in a most gracious manner by the married sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Olive Lipscomb, a special friend of the family.
Miss Margaret looked her sweetest in a gown of Peri-winkle blue dotted swiss trimmed with wide Irish lace of antique design.
Mrs. Reed has spent her childhood and girlhood in Liberal where she is loved by all her friends for her sweet, merry unaffected manner and disposition. She is a graduate from the Liberal High School and of the State Agricultural College at Manhattan.
After spending a short time in Kansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Reed will locate in Fowler, where Mr. Reed, who is a registered pharmacist will conduct a drug store. (Liberal Democrat, July 20, 1922, page 10)
Midnight Wedding - Married: At the home of Rev. John R. Pennington, Friday evening, July 21, Clifton Orville Dye of Plains, Kansas and Miss Myrtle J. Curtis of Wichita.
These young people came to Liberal to be married but had considerable difficulty in locating a minister to tie the knot. They finally located Rev. Pennington about 11:30 and the ceremony was performed at midnight. (Liberal Democrat, July 27, 1922, page 6)
Miss Mayme Reynolds and Mr. Loyal Patten were married Tuesday August 1st, at 5 p.m. in the parlor of the Methodist Church by Rev. A. E. Henry.
Miss Mayme Reynolds is the niece of Mrs. L. M. Reynolds of this city. She has made her home here for some time and was formerly a Student nurse at the Liberal Hospital. She is an accomplished young lady and has a large number of friends in the city.
Mr. Patton the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Patten of this city. He is a graduate of Liberal High School and has been employed for some time in the mail service here.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Patten are well knwon here and have a large circle of friends, who wish them much happiness. They will make their home in this city for the present. (Liberal Democrat, August 3, 1922)
Elmer A. Landreth of Madison, Ohio and Miss Leota Dunsworth of Kismet, Kansas, were married at the court house, August 22, by the Probate Judge. Miss Dunsworth is well known in Liberal having attended the Liberal High School and graduated in the class of 1921. She taught school in District No. 9 the past year and is an accomplished young lady. The groom is not known to Liberal people. The young people will make their home in Ohio. The Democrat joins their many friends in wishing them a long and prosperous life. (The Liberal Democrat, August 24, 1922)
Leroy Mouser and Miss Esther Kraft, both of Guymon were married at the Court house August 19, by the Probate Judge. (The Liberal Democrat, August 24, 1922)
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mackey, Sunday, Jan. 1st, Mr. Elmer Wooden, of Tyrone, Oklahoma and Miss Dixie Jacobs of Colorado Springs, Colorado, were married at 10 a.m. L. R. Hoff officiating. (The Liberal Democrat, January 6, 1911)
GADBERRY, HOBART ~ LaCOST, MARGUERITE
Hobart Gadberry and Marguerite LaCost, both of Liberal, were married by Probaate Judge Campbell, at the court house on Monday, September 26th by Probate Judge Campbell.
GARNER, FRANK ~ BREWER, NETTIE
Frank Garner and Nettie Brewer, both of Liberal, were married by Judge Campbell at the court house April 16, 1921.
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