|MARRIAGE NOTICES EXTRACTED FROM THE EUFAULA INDIAN
Thursday, January 1, 1920 GIRL WILL TAKE LONG LOVE JAUNT Miss jessie May Price of Checotah, has gone a long ways off to get married.
Miss Price left Checotah last week for Cape Town, South Africa, to join her sweetheart, and the couple will be married as soon as she arrives there.
Her sweetheart is W. D. Curry, whom she has known for many years, and who lived in Illionis before going to Africa to seek his fortune.
Curry is in the gold mining business in that far away country.
When the war broke out, he was obliged to return to the United States,
but he returned last May with the understanding that Miss price would join
him there within a year.
Thursday, January 1, 1920 PICKENS – EICHENBERGER WEDDING The following is taken from the Muskogee Times-Democrat of Dec. 30:
A wedding of simple but beautiful apointments was that of Miss Hallie Eichenberger and Mr. Sidney Pickens of Eufaula. The wedding took place at high noon in the home of the bride’s sister, Mrs. J. N. Davis, 718 West Broadway, the Rev. L. L. Evans of the First M. E. church, South, performing the wedding ceremony. . .
Mr. and Mrs. Pickens have gone to Eufaula, where they will reside. .
. The bride was born and reared in Ozark, Ark., and with her mother, Mrs.
Flora Eichenberger, has been the guest for the winter of her sister, Mrs.
Davis. . . .
Thursday, January 15, 1920 KINDRICK – BURGESS L.
D. Kindrick and Miss Anna burgess, both of Atkins, were united in marriage
in Russellville Tuesday afternoon, December 30, by Rev. W. M. Groom, pastor
of the Russellville Baptist church. Mr. Kendrick, who has lived in
Atkins for many years, is a successful farmer and stockman. He is
a good citizen and has a host of friends here. The bride, who was
principally reared here, has also lived in Texas and Oklahoma and her many
friends at the different places will join the Chronicle in extending congratulations
and best wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Kindrick will reside in west Atkins.
- - Atkins (Ark.) Chronicle.
Thursday January 15, 1920 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Our old
friend T. H. Henderson becoming tired of working in single harness, took
unto himself a helpmate on last Thursday evening in the person of Mrs.
L. Kennedy. The wedding occurred at the home of the bride just across
the river from Hanna. Rev. Burns performing the ceremony. They
are now at home in the Dr. Thompson property which Mr. henderson recently
Thursday January 15, 1920 HANNA NEWS ITEMS Mr. Fayette
bellflower and Miss pearl Hamilton both of this city, were quietly married
at the home of the bride on last Saturday night. Judge J. W. Huls
tying the nuptial knot which united them for life. The Dispatch joins
their many friends in extending congratulations and wishing that their
wedded life may be a joyous one.
Thursday January 15, 1920 HANNA NEWS ITEMS The many
friends of Glen Huls will be surprised to learn of his marriage at Jayton,
Texas on the 3rd inst. To miss Eunice Barnes of that city. . . .
Thursday, January 22, 1920, CRANE MCFARLAND WEDDING The
marriage of Miss Sudie McFarland and Mr. Cleo Crane of Eufaula was solemnized
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Grayson on Wednesday evening Jan.
14th. Rev Father McInerney performed the ceremony assisted by Harry
nester and John Cosgrove. . . Mrs. Robert Aingell, a cousin of the bride
announced the bridal party . . . After a short trip and visit with relatives
at Parsons, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Crane will be at home to their host of friends
on Forest avenue, where they have their cottage furnished and ready for
housekeeping when they return.
Thursday, January 29, 1920 CRABTREE – ZODER The marriage
of Miss Thelma Zoder to Mr. Shelton B. Crabtree of Eufaula Okla., was quietly
solemnized January 5th, 1920 at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. F. Zoder of Alexandria, Louisiana. The marriage was a quiet
affair, only the relatives and friends of the family were invited.
After the ceremony the happy couple left for new Orleans, La., and other
Southern cities on their honeymoon. They arrived in Eufaula the first
of the week and are at home for the present to their many friends at the
home of the groom’s mother, Mrs. J. C. Crabtree in the east part of the
Thursday, January 29, 1920 GREEN – ISBELL One of
the surprises this week among the younger set was the marriage of Otho
Greena and Miss Cheneya Isbell at Nevada, MO., Monday. The popular
couple slipped out of town without letting their most intimate friends
know they were to be married . . . Mrs. Green is the daughter of Colonel
Isbell and mrs. Isbell, of Eufaula, Okla., and a niede of Mrs Annabel Taul
of this city. . . Colonel Isbell has taken an active part in the U. S.
service and for the past two years has been with his regiment in Russia.
Thursday, February 26, 1920 JACKSON BARNETT, RICHEST INDIAN, WEDS IN KASAS Muskogee, Feb. 24. – Jackson Barnett, “the richest Indian in America, “ was married at Coffeyville, Kan., yesterday afternoon to Emma Laura Lowe of Oklahoma city, the adventuress who kidnapped him three weeks ago and vainly tried to wed him.
While Peace officers throughout Oklahoma, aroused by the Indian agency here, sought the eloping incompetent millionaire, he and his “leap year bride” stood before Charles T. Pickett, a justice of the peace in Coffeyville, Kansas and were pronounced man and wife. . . . Gabe E. Parker, superintendent of the five civilized tribes, said last night that steps would be immediately taken to have the marriage annulled. . .
Thursday, March 18, 1920 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
Ollen Morgan and Myrtle Rogers of Checotah were married by Reverend Hammer,
Thursday, March 18, 1920 LOCAL AND PERSONAL NEWS ITEMS
J. B. Hendrix, a traveling man of this city and Miss Rudy McLeod of Henryetta,
were married in Muskogee Friday, March 12.
Thursday, March 18, 1920 ISLAND – PRICE Elizabeth Island, a former student of the Eufaula Boarding School, and the beautiful daughter of Mrs. George Watson of Okmulgee, was married to Captain Gordon Price, now stationed at Camp Delins, Mass., on February 21 at the Centenary Methodist church, St. Louis.
The wedding party consisted of Mrs. Chadwick of Checotah, sister of
Captain Price Clarence Island and Mrs. J. M. Robe of Okmulgee. .
. Captain price’s home was formerly at Checotah. . . he met Mrs. Price
at Eufaula about a year ago. . . left for Boston, where they will make
their home during his army service.
Thursday, March 25, 1920 MORGAN – ROGERS Checotah March
22 – Ohland Morgan and Miss Mabel Rogers a well known young Checotah couple,
slipped off to Eufaula Wednesday noon without notifying any of their friends
of their intentions, and were united in marriage. . . They expect to continue
to make Checotah their home. . .
Thursday March 25, 1920 CHECOTAH ITEMS Mrs. Louise
Cobble and Mr. J. J. Jones of this city were married last Tuesday evening
by Justice of the Peace A. E. Chapman.
Thursday April 1, 1920 C. H. BROWN MARRIED IN KANSAS CITY
Caspar Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brown of this city, and the popular
young proprietor of Caspar’s Clothing Store, was married in Kansas city
Tuesday at the home of the bride’s parents to Miss Freda Feffer, a charming
young lady of that place. . .
Thursday, April 22, 1920 GREENHAW – TURNER Fame,
Okla., April 19.—Miss Lula Turner of Fame, Okla., a very well known young
lady, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Turner, the noted farmer of McIntosh
county, was married to Mr. Kinkston Greenhaw of Mount Judea, Ark., Friday
night at Eufaula, Okla. . .
Thursday, April 29, 1920 (Okay, this isn’t a marriage, but it’s quite interesting.) TO HEAD OFF WEDDING J. R. D. Whisenhunt of McIntsoh county is spending a few dollars to prevent his 19-year-old son, ??nnie, from getting married.
He is sending affidavits, subscribed to before a notary public, to the
court clerks of this section of the state, swearing his son is only 19
years old, and requesting that no marriage license be issued to the boy
without his written consent.
Thursday, April 29, 1920 JOHNSON – GORMAN mr. O.
K. Johnson of this city, and Miss Marcella Goprman of Wilburton, Okla.,
were married Monday, April 26 in that city. . . .
Thursday, April 29, 1920 PIZARRO – TURLEY Mr. Don
Pizarro and Miss Pauline Turley, both of Eufaula, stole a march on their
friends by going to McAlester Tuesday, the 27th, and getting married.
Rev. Theo F. Brewer, former pastor of Eufaula Methodist church, officiated.
. . .
Thursday, June 10, 1920 WARNER COUPLE MARRY HERE
Ross Smith and Miss Marie Karch of Warner were married in this city Saturday
at the Methodist parsonage by the Reerend Franklin Moore, pastor of the
M. E. church here. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will make their home in Warner.
Thursday, July 8, 1920 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tully of Foley avenue
announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Naomi,
to Mr. Maxkell Rountree of New York City. The wedding will take place
in the Catholic Church of Eufaula on the morning of July 20th. .
Thursday, August 12, 1920 PORTER – CAMERON A wedding which will be of interest to many people in Henryetta, and comes as somewhat of a surprise, was solemnized this morning in the Catholic cathedral in Tulsa, when Miss Ima Jean Cameron, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. D. Cameron, of this city became the bride of Mr. Thomas B. Porter, of Eufaula.
Miss Nola Jean Sharp, of Bristow, a friend of the bride with whom she
had been visiting, was her only attendant, while Mr. Bernie Hays, a cousin
of the groom , acted as best man. . . .
Thursday, September 9, 1920 COLGLAZIER – PATTERSON
Miss Alma Patterson, teacher in the Eufaula High School last year and Mr.
Colglazier of the First State Bank of Ashland, Ok., were united in marriage
at the home of Miss Patterson’s uncle in Arkansas last week. . . . it is
expected that they will settle in Ashland. . . .
Thursday, September 9, 1920 BANKHEAD – DAY Mr. H.
L. Bankhead, county farm demonstrator, and Miss Emma Day, deputy county
superintendent, were quietly married Sunday by Rev. J. H. hammer.
The marriage of this popular young couple came as a surprise to their many
friends in the city; especially around the court house where they have
been employed for some time. . . Mr. Bankhead. . . came here a year ago
from Stigler . . . Miss Day is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Day
. . .
Thursday, October 7, 1920 WEDDING Justice of the
peace Chapman performed his first double wedding ceremony here Friday,
when he united in marriage T. B. Weatherford and Miss Elsie Howard of Eufaula
and W. L. Choat and Miss Myrtle Stone of Bower. Another marriage
ceremony performed by Justice Chapman was Saturday morning when he said
the words that made Orvel Henley and Miss Area Hasket one. Mr. and
Mrs. Henley and Mr. and Mrs. Howard will make Eufaula their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Choat will reside at Bower.
Thursday, October 7, 1920 MAJOR GRAYSON AND MISS ANNA LEE PRICE MARRIED
TUESDAY Slipping away from their many Eufaula friends Tuesday,
Major Washington Grayson and Miss Anna Lee Price went to Muskogee, where
they were married Tuesday evening by the Rev. New Harris at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn. Major Grayson is the son of Chief and Mrs.
Washington Grayson. . . Miss price'’ parents live at Jay, Oklahoma, where
Miss Price made her home up until the first of last march, when she came
to Eufaula to accept a position at the court house. . .
Thursday, November 11, 1920 WINKELMAN – LAWHEAD Mr.
H. E. Winkelman and Miss Catherine Emma Lawhead were married Monday morning
in Muskogee by the Rev. Joseph Van Hulse of the Catholic church.
Mr. Winkelman has made Eufaula his home foe the past fifteen years, coming
when a small boy with his parents from Missouri. . . Miss Lawhead had been
a saleslady in the employ of Brown Bros. Of this city since February 15th
of this year, having come here at the time from Muskogee where her mother
resides. . .
Thursday, November 18, 1920 CHECOTAH ITEMS Mr. and
Mrs. Twitty Whaley, who have been living in Nebraska since their marriage
last spring, arrived in Checotah last Friday and are visiting in the home
of the former’s parents. As this is their first visit they are also
receiving the belated congratulations of their many friends. In this city.
Thursday, November 25, 1920 HANNA ITEMS Married – E. P.
Anthony and Miss Esther Rankin both of the Liberty neighborhood, were joined
in marriage by Justice of the Peace J. W. Huls at his office in Hanna,
Thursday December 16, 1920 HANNA ITEMS Rodie Hanes and
Miss Bulah Haggard were married at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Haggard of East Liberty, Sunday.
Thursday, December 23, 1920 NEWS FROM HITCHITA .
. . Helen (Baldwin) and Tommie (Ray) were married by Justice of Peace J.
K. Cooper. They were in a livery car at the edge of town when the
ceremony was said and not a minute was lost until the fliver was cranked
and away they went. Daddy Baldwin thought daughter was at church.
Thursday, December 30, 1920 JONES – JACOBS Miss Ella
Jones of this city and Mr. Frank Jacobs of Holdenville, Okla., were united
in marriage at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bunny McIntosh, Wednesday afternoon
at 1:00 o’clock. Rev. McCombs performed the ceremony. . .
Thursday, December 30, 1920 PERSONAL ITEMS Miss Flossy
Brassfield of Vivian and Mr. Asa Kimbro of Eufaula were united in marriage
by Justice of Peace A. E. Chapman, December 24tgh. They will make
Ardmore, Okla. their home.
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