|MARRIAGE NOTICES EXTRACTED FROM THE EUFAULA INDIAN
Thursday, April 10, 1919 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
Mr. David Chitwood and Miss Edith Panter were married at the home of the
bride’s sister, Mrs. A. E. Chapman, Monday, April 8th. The ceremony
was performed by the bride’s brother-in-law, A. E. Chapman. Miss
Edith is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pantere, living in the east
part of the city. . .
Thursday, June 19, 1919 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Married,
Monday night at the home of the bride, Mr. J. E. Spillers and Mrs., Melinda
Weed, Rev. J. J. Groves performing the ceremony. . .
Thursday, July 3, 1919 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Robert L. Gamble
and Emma Dora Eshlick of near Dustin, were married by Judge Huls Friday.
Thursday, July 24, 1919 HANNA ITEMS Mr.
Jim Clark and Miss Annie Cook were quietly married by Judge Huls Saturday
night. . .
Thujrsday, August 7, 1919 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
Mr. Ed Moten of this city and Miss Grace points of Eufaula were married
in Muskogee Saturday and arrived in Hanna Sunday night where they visited
the groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moten, until Tuesday when they
left for Little rock to live. . .
Thursday August 14, 1919 MARRIED TUESDAY Checotah, Okla., Aug. 13 – The wedding of Mr. James Tolbott and Miss claire Niles was celebrated at the home of the bride’s parents at Rolla, Mo., on August 6. Following the ceremony the couple left on an extended wedding trip to California, and upon their return will make their home at Bartlesville.
Miss Niles has made her home in Checotah with her brother Attorney Claude
Niles, for a number of years. . . Mr. Talbott is one of the leading attorneys
of Bartlesville, where he has practiced for a number of years . . .
Thursday August 14, 1919 TWO COUPLES MARRIED HERE SATURDAY J. M. McIntosh of Wainwright and Miss May Fisthurston of Boynton, were married here Saturday by Justice of the Peace Ernest Chapman. Also Harmon Thomason of Lenna and Miss Jella Reeves of Decatur, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh will reside at Wainwright and Mr. and Mrs. Thomason
are to live at Lenna.
Thursday August 14, 1919 LENNA ITEMS Jewell Cindles
and Charlie Van Allen were married Wednesday night. . .
Thursday August 14, 1919 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Announcement
is made of the marriage next Tuesday at the home of the bride of Miss Essie
Fisher to Mr. D. F. malloy.
Tuesday September 4, 1919 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
Miss viola Vanderpool and Mr. James A. Bailey were married by Judge Reubelt
here in Eufaula Tuesday. They expect to make their future home in
Thursday, September 4, 1919 STIDHAM NEWS Mr. Arthur Downum
and Miss goldie Bruce spent their honeymoon trip at Fame Sunday.
Thursday September 11, 1919 VIVIAN ITEMS We had one
of the most enjoyable wedding dinners at Vivian Sunday of our life.
Mr. Thomas King and Miss Laura Perry were married at the home of the bride’s
parents. . . .
Thursday, September 18, 1919 STEPHENS – BOND On last Saturday
evening Mrs. A. M. bond, who has been a resident of Eufaula for the past
nine years, met Mr. J. M. Stephens in Fort Worth and they were married.
Mr. Stephens is a railroad man and they will make their home at Minges,
Texas at present.
Thursday, September 18, 1919 FOUR COUPLES MARRIED BY CHAPMAN
Our marrying justice, A. E.
The last couple named were married at the home of the justice where
they were served with refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Howard will reside
in Kansas City.
Thursday, September 25, 1919 MARRYING JUSTICE JOINS THREE MORE COUPLES Our marrying justice sent three more couples on their happy way sicne last week’s reprot, who are still of the opinion that two can live as cheaply as one.
The couples joined by Judge Chapman this week were Dave Kinslow, 50,
Texanna, and Ropie Lewis, 36, Texanna: Jim Johnson, 33, Oktaha, and Stella
Davis, 25, Oktaha; Walter Starr, 22, Hanna, and Susie Cummings, 18, Hanna.
Thursday, September 25, 1919 BURTON – REDMAN Miss Mary
Burton of Eufaula, and Mr. Jean Redman of Hanna, were quietly married at
the home of N. M. Burton of this city Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
the Rev. T. F. brewer officiating. . . The happy couple will make their
home at Mellette. . .
Thursday, October 2, 1919 MARRYING JUSTICE JOINS FOUR MORE COUPLES Our “marrying Justice” A. E. Chapman, joined four more couples since last week’s reprot. The happy couples were:
Adolph Mutton, Scamblin, Kas., age 33, and Miss Mary Theyson, age 29,k Scamblin, Kas.
Willie Rone, age 21, Checotah, and Dessie Gahagans, age 24, Checotah.
Clarence R. Smith, age 23, Eufaula, and Gladys Kiser, age 18, Eufaula.
Walter Rosenberry, age 29, bower , and Odie Hart, age 16, Eufaula.
Thursday, October 2, 1919 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Mr. Jim Pergison
and Miss Bessie Stanford were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at
the home of the bride’s parents in this city last week, the ceremony being
performed by Rev Hamilton of the M. E. church. . .
Thursday, October 2, 1919 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
Miss Addie Caskey and Mr. Eddie Kelsey were married by Justice Miller in
Muskogee Tuesday, Sept. 23.
Thursday, October 9, 1919 CATHAY ITEMS Dan Cupid
having been in our midst, it is reported that wo of our most popular young
girls are the happy brides of two off our most highly esteemed young men.
Those affected by the visit of Dan Cupid were: Mr. Oslin Parker to
Miss Josie Mathis and Mr. Les Mason to Miss Myrtle Howard. . .
Thursday, October 9, 1919 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Mr. Ebb Wheeler
and Miss Viola Morton were quietly married at the home of the bride’s parents
two miles east of town, on last Monday morning by the Rev. W. H. Brewer.
. . .
Thursday, October 30, 1919 MARRYING JUSTICE JOINS TWO MORE
COUPLES A. E. Chapman, Eufaula’s marring justice, joined together
last Friday William Haskett and Miss Blanche Brady of this city, and on
Saturday sid the words that made Edgar Holland of Coweta and Cora Fundenberg
of Raiford man and wife.
Thursday, October 30, 1919 W. L. MCPHERSON AND MRS. KELCE SHEPPARD
MARRIED SUNDAY W. L. McPherson, prominent Eufaula attorney, and
Mrs. Kelce Sheppard, widow of the late Kelce Sheppard, murdered by negro
assailants at Brush Hill a little more than a year ago, were quietly married
by the Rev. Little at Checotah Sunday. . .
Thursday, October 30, 1919 GAUF – MOUSER Miss America
Gauf and Guy Mouser were married at the home of Mrs. C. N. Wright 2189
Broadway, Monday, October 27, at 10:30 a.m., the Rev. J. H. Hammer, officiating.
. . . They will make their home in Eufaula.
Thursday November 20, 1919 WILLIAM C. LIEDTKE MARRIED NOVEMBER 8 We are in receipt of announcement of the marriage of William DC. Liedtke to Miss Mable Claire Witt at the home of the bride'’ parents in Kansas City on the evening of November 8th.
Mr. Liedtke will be remembered here very pleasantly as the delegate
from Eufaula to the Constitutional convention who represented this city
and all Oklahoma so well at that great meeting when it is said the greatest
constitution ever written by any state in the union was made. Mr.
Liedtke had the distinction of being the youngest member of that body.
Thursday November 20, 1919 FAME ITEMS Thomas Connors
Jr. and Martha Francis, fullblood Indians of this city, were married in
Thursday December 4, 1919 HANNA ITEMS Mr. Frank Lane
and Miss California Wilder of Carroll were married by Judge Huls at his
office Tuesday. . .
Thursday December 11, 1919 SHARP – MCCLUCKEY WEDDING
Saturday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith on North
High street, Mr. Lewis K. Sharp and Miss Carolyn McCluskey were united
in marriage by Dr. Lloyd Recor of the Episcopal church of Muskogee.
Mr. E. M. Hill and Mrs. Tom Flesher were best man and matron of honor..
. . The bride is a grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry McCluiskey of Ardmore,
Okla., with whom she has made her home since early childhood, but for the
past three years she has been teaching in the city schools of Checotah.
. . Mr. Sharp is a native of Mississippi, but a resident of Checotah
for the past few years. . .
Thursday December 18, 1919 WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Flora
Eichenberger, 718 West Broadway, Muskogee, Oklahoma, announces the engagement
and approaching marriage of her daughter, Hallie Elizabeth, to Mr. S. S.
Pickens, of Eufaula, Okla. The wedding will be an event of the Christmas
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