CLARKE ~ LANTER
Tonight will occur the wedding of Miss Anna Lanter of Olathe, to Mr.
Ora Clarke of Sharon Springs, Kansas. the marriage will be celebrated
at the home of the bride's parents in Olathe. Both Miss Lanter and Mr.
Clarke were popular young University people here last year, and have a
host of friends who with them well.
(Lawrence Daily Journal (Lawrence, Kansas) 18 Sep 1907, transcribed by
MARRIAGE MATTERS - Married --- On Tuesday, Aug. 2, at the
officiating judge's hay ranch, by Probate Judge Conger, A. J. Phillips
and Mrs. L. V. Tiree, both of Wallace, Kan. (Western Kansas World ~
August 6, 1887 ~ Page 2)
MARRIED - At Wallace, Kan., Sunday, July 12, Mr. John W. Stevins, of
Hugo, Col., and Miss Tillie A. Robbins, of Wallace, Rev. J. Q. A.
Weller officiating. (Western Kansas World ~ July 18, 1885 ~ Page 4)
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bouslog was the scene of a
very pretty home wedding last Friday evening when their daughter,
Edith, was united in marriage to Mr. Clyde Wormeringer at 8:30 p.m.,
Rev. Price R. Harbold performing the ceremony. Only relatives
and immediate friends were invited. The home was decorated
with bouquets of American Beauty roses. The bride was dressed
in a beautiful gown of chiffon silk, trimmed in lace, and wore a
wedding veil and carried a sheaf of bride's roses. Miss Lilia
Scott played the wedding march. Following the ceremony and
the congratulations the company was served an elaborate three course
dinner. During the repast the company was serenaded by the
Sharon Springs band, who played some very pleasing
selections. They were rewarded by a generous treat of ice
cream and cake, and a glimpse of the lovely bride and happy groom.
These estimable young people are well and favorably known in this
vicinity, which has been their home since childhood. Miss
Edith has been a successful teacher in Sharon Springs and WaKeeney, and
both she and her husband are musicians of ability, and have contributed
generously of their time and talents to the entertainment of the
community in things musical. Mr. Wormeringer is a prosperous
young business man, and the best wishes of a host of friends is
extended to these worthy young people as they begin life
together. They will make their home in this city.
They left on train 104 for Salina, where they expected to join the
Shriners' special for Des Moines, Iowa, where the annual conclave is
held this week.----Sharon Springs Times. (Western Kansas World ~ June
23, 1921 ~ Page 5)