BEARMAN, HARRY ~ FINNEY, GRACE
Wednesday, August 2, at 4 o'clock p.m., Miss Grace E. Finney, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Finney of Ogden, was united in marriage to Mr. Harry H. Bearman of Johnson, Kan., Rev. B. E. Parker, pastor of the Junction City Christian church, performing the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Pearl, and the best man was Mr. Frank Anderson of Wichita. The wedding is the culmination of a friendship of four years' association at the College of Manhattan. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served by Mrs. Finney.
The following guests were in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Finney, Mr. and Mrs. Craig, Mrs. W. S. Fields, Miss Nellie Fields, Mr. George Rains, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Woods, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wolffing, Miss Christina Hay, Misses May, Pearl and Elsie Finney, Mr. William Finney, Mr. Charles Finney, Mr. Francis Anderson.
After a few days spent in eastern Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Bearman will be at home to their friends at Johnson, Kan.
(Junction City Union ~ Thursday ~ August 29, 1918)
LOVE, J. M. ~ SMITH, HATTIE
Love --- Smith - Married at the residence of the bride's parents in Hays township on the 14th inst., Miss Hattie Smith to J. M. Love of Stanton county. The bride is well known to our people, being the daughter of H. P. Smith. The happy couple took the train on the evening of the 15th for their future home in Stanton county. They have the best wishes of all.
The presents were as follows: Mrs. Hazen three damask towels, Charley Smith and wife a fine set of knives and forks, Albert Smith and wife sheets and pillow slips, Sam Kinnamon and wife linen table-spread and set of glassware and jelly-glasses, Edgar Smith and wife table-spread and set of large spoons, George Smith and wife fine glass cake-stand, Delmas Smith and wife nice white bedspread, Ethan Smith mirror and teaspoons.(Sylvia Banner Sylvia, Reno County, Kansas Friday, October 23, 1891 page - 4 *** column - 2 Submitted by Rose Stout)