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September 10, 1906 - The Eugene Daily
Guard (Eugene, OR)
STIVERS-ESSON NUPTIALS AT CHEMAWA TODAY
Dean E. C. Sanderson, of the Divinity School, went to Chemawa this morning to perform the ceremony at the wedding of Miss Vesta Esson to Elijah Stivers. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Clara Esson, of this city, and the groom a well-known divinity student, whose home is in Washington.
FRED D. HERBOLD MARRIED IN IDAHO
Fred D. Herbold, the well-known former football star and coach, was married at Hulley, Idaho, August 31, to Miss Minnie Pope, of that place. The news of the marriage, received yesterday, was a complete surprise to his relatives and friends in this city. Mr. Herbold will engage in business at Sanders, Montana. He drew a fine land claim on the Crow Indiana reservation at the recent drawing conducted by the government.
POPULAR EUGENE COUPLE MARRIED IN PORTLAND
Attorney Chas. A. Hardy and Mrs. Emma Dorris Thompson, a popular Eugene couple, were married at the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. J. E. Bronaugh in Portland, Saturday, Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, of the First Baptist church of that city, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy have left on a honeymoon tour to British Columbia, after which they will take up their residence in Eugene.
Both the young couple are prominent In Eugene’s society circles and have numerous friends. The bride is the official circuit court reporter of this district and is a daughter of Hon. And Mrs. Geo. B. Dorris.
Friday, September 14, 1906 - The Eugene Daily Guard (Eugene, OR)
September 12, at the home of the bride’s father, M. M. Wheeler, at Cottage Grove, Miss Anna L. Wheeler and J. E. Blackmore. The home of the young people is Jefferson, Marion county.
Thursday, September 20, 1906 - The Eugene Weekly Guard (Eugene, OR)
B. E. Williams, of Dexter and Miss Nola Kever, of Bend, were married at the latter place Sept. 2, 1906. They have just arrived here and will make their home at Dexter. Mrs. Williams is the son of Chas. L. Williams, the well-known logging contractor.
W. H. Wood and Mrs. Eula H. Lonsberry, both of this city, were married in Albany Sunday evening at 7:30 o’clock by the Rev. S. A. Douglas, pastor of the Baptist church. The ceremony was performed at the Baptist parsonage in the presence of of a few relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Mr.s and Mrs. Wood arrived in Eugene this afternoon and will leave here Saturday for Klamath Falls, where they will reside. Mr. Wood is a well-known farmer and his bride in a stenographer, a sister of Attorney G. F. Skipworth. They have many friends who lender them congratulations.
CARROLL – ROBERTS
Walter T. Carroll and Miss Ida Pearl Roberts were united in marriage at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Roberts, 676 Olive street, last night, Rev. L. E. Rockwell, pastor of the Humphrey Memorial M. E. church, officiating. The bride is one of Lane county’s native daughters and has lived in Eugene a greater part of her life. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Carroll, of this city, and is at present holding a position as prescription clerk in a drug store at Grants Pass. They both have many friends who tender hearty congratulations.
HUDDLE – WARFIELD
The marriage of Wiley J. Huddle to Miss Harriet Warfield was solemnized at the home of the bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warfield, 744 Alder street, last night at eight o’clock, Rev. E. Clarence Oakley, pastor of the First Congregational church officiating.
The ceremony was simple and was witnessed by only a few of the intimate friends and the immediate relatives of the couple. After the wedding supper Mr. and Mrs. Huddle proceeded to their new home at East Thirteenth and Patterson streets, where they will reside.
The groom is assistant instructor in chemistry at the University of Oregon and the bride is a popular young lady, being prominent in church work.
At the Catholic rectory September 18, 1906, Arthur Donoghue and Josephine Crow, Rev. Father O’Farrell officiating. They will reside at the Luck Boy mine.