|MARRIAGE NOTICES EXTRACTED FROM THE EUFAULA INDIAN
Thursday, January 6, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Theo Bradford and
Rosa Westfall were married Dec 29th. They gave Hanna as their address.
Judge Huls performed the ceremony at his office.
Thursday, January 6, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Granville Richmond
of Allen, Okla., and Edith Stafford of Hanna, were married here by Judge
Huls Dec 29th.
Thursday, January 13, 1921 GRAYDON BUSHART TO BE MARRIED
Graydon Bushart, fomerly with the State national Bank of this city, but
now living at Poteau, is to be married to Miss Othello Brown of Fort Smith,
Ark., soon according to the following which is taken from the Fort Smith
Record of Tuesday, Jan. 11: “Mr. and mrs. Fred browne, 415 No. Fifteenth
street, announce the engagement of their eldest daughter, Othello, to mr.
Graydon J. Bushart, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E.Bushart of 1112 Grand Avenue.
. . .
Thursday, January 13, 1921 CHECOTAH ITEMS Miss lurline
Crabtree, daughter of Mrs. J. C. Crabtree of this city, and Mr. C. B. Rechal
of Alexandria, Louisiana, were married in the later city January 4th and
returned to Eufaula the first of the week . . .
Thursday, January 20, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Miss Eddie Miller
of Alma, Ark., attended the wedding of her brother, Sam, and Miss Bernice
Huls, here Sunday.
Thursday, February 3, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Bailey Bullett and
Lessie He?eha, Creek Indians, were married at Okema recently.
Thursday, February 10, 1921 HITCHITA ITEMS Miss Reed,
who was the 8th and 9th grade teacher in Hitchita public schools, resigned
and was married to Bill McClinnie of Pueblo, Mr. McClinnie met Miss Reed
in Kansas City, where they were married Monday morning, Jan. 7th.
They left Kansas City immediately for the west. . .
Thursday, February 10, 1921 A wedding of much interest was solemnized
Monday morning at nine o’clock, when Miss Anna Hays became the bride of
Mr. Frank Moore of Holdenville. The Catholic church. . . performed
by the Rev. Omer Beel. . . out of twon guests were Miss Kathryn Moore of
Holdenville, Mr. Martin Moore of Wetumka, Miss Sue Hays of Ardmore, Mr.
Dave Hays of Muskogee, Mr. Bernie Hays of Tulsa and Mrs. W. R. Maher of
Thursday, March 17, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Robert Neal
and Miss Alta Massengale were married by J. W. Huls, justice of the peace,
March 7, 1921 at his office in Hanna.
Thursday, March 24, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Alex Clark and
Miss Ethel Hunter, both of near Eufaula, were married here this week by
Rev. J. F. Parsons.
Thursday, April 7, 1921 NICHOLS – YOUNG Mr. Jack
Nichols and Miss Marion E. Young, two of Eufaula’s most popular young society
people, went to Tulsa Wednesday fo last week, where they were married at
the home of Mr. Nichols’ sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Pfenighauses, by the
Rev. W. O. Anderson of the Baptist church of that city. . . Mrs. Nichols
is the charming daughter of Mrs. W. B. Young and was practically reared
in this city, coming here with her parents a number of years ago. . Mr.
Nichols came here with his parents from Hanna a few years ago . . .
Thursday, April 7, 1921 MARRIAGE LICENSE Marriage license in McIntosh county were issued to the following since April 1st:
Curtis A. Jones, 25, Checotah; Miss Elsie Owens, 23, Checotah.
Thursday, April 14, 1921 HANNA ITEMS Leo Tankersley
of Dustin and Lizzie Reynolds of Hanna were married here April 2 by J.
W. Huls, justice of peace.
Thursday, April 14, 1921 MARRIAGE LICENSE marriage license issued in McIntosh county since last week’s report:
H. I. Holmes 21, Hanna, Miss Anna L. Williams 20, Durant.
Thursday, May 5, 1921 MARRIED IN NORHT CAROLINA Miss
mary Primrose, daughter of mr. and Mrs. J. T. Primrose of this city, and
mr. O. F. Palmer of macon, Norht Carolina, were married at the home of
the parents of the groom, in Macon , last Saturday. Miss Primrose
was reared in this city . .
Thursday, May 5, 1921 CITY CLERK KELLEY MARRIED City
Clerk E. C. Kelley and Miss Virginia Harcdin of Hartshorne, were married
in that city Saturday, April 16k, and the wedding was kept a secret until
the latter part of last week, when the news leaked out. . .
Thursday, May 12, 1921 MARRIAGE LICENSE The following marriage licenses have been granted in McIntosh county since the Journal’s last report:
Albert Deere, 34, Eufaula; Heley Manley, 33, Eufaula
Thursday, June 2, 1921 THREE COUPLES MARRIED AT MELLETTE
Rev. W. C. Vanerpool of Mellette was in Eufaula Tuesday shaking hands with
friends. Rev. Vanderpool informs the Journal he has performed three
marriage ceremonies at Mellette in the past 10 days. They were Mr.
Frenchie Kirby and Halley Flud, Dave Davis and Miss Laura Perryman and
James M. Horn and Susie Chapman. All parties will make their homes
in and around Mellette.
Thursday, June 16, 1921 MARRIAGE LICENSE The fololwing marriage licenses have been issued since our last report:
Will Freeman, 30, Checotah; Stella v. Grayson, 25, Checotah
Thursday, June 23, 1921 MILLS – HARRISON About nine
o’clock on June 8th, Miss Fillie Mills and Mr. B. A. Harrison drove down
to the Cethodist church where they were married by Rev. W. Y. Switzer in
the presence of Mrs. Switzer and Mrs. Clarence Mills. . . Miss Willie is
the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mills, . . . Mr. Harrison is
of a fine family of Akron, Ohio and taught here a few years ago. . .
Thursday, July 7, 1921 A WEDDING A marriage of interest
to quite a number of Eufaula people was that of miss Bertha Wells, the
charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wells, and Mr. H. R. Reed of Dallas,
Texas, which was solemnized at the home of a friend in Muskogee last Saturday.
The bride’s sister, Miss Toy was brides maid, and Mr. Roscoe Norton attended
the groom. The Rev J. A. Reinhardt performed the ceremony in the
presence of a large number of friends. . . The happy couple left for Dallas
where they will make their future home.
Thursday, August 18, 1921 RUSHING – ROBERTS On Monday
morning at Fort Smith, Ark., Miss Leda Rushing and Mr. Fred Roberts, two
of Eufaula’s well known and popular young people were united in Marriage
and returned to this city Tuesday evening. The bride has lived here
for years . . the groom, although living here only about a year. . .
Thursday, September 1, 2000 CONSTANTO – STIDHAM On
Wednesday evening at eight o’clock, a beautiful and impressive marriage
ceremony was solemnized by Dr. Theo. F. Brewer, at the home of Mrs. Lee
Stidham when her youngest daughter, Eloita, became the bride of Mr.
Joe A. Constantino of Ft. Smith Ark. . . . The bride, the daughter of Mrs.’s
Lee Stidham, was born and reared in our city. . . Mr. Constantino a son
of Mrs. A. Constantino of 814 South 20th Sat. Ft. Smith Arkansas. . .
Thursday, October 6, 2000 NORTON – WELLS Roscoe Norton,
the popular young salesman of the Cates Bakery and confectionery store,
and Miss Toye Wells, charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wells, were
married in the city at 8:30 o’clock Tuesday morning by the Rev. Switzer
of the Methodist church. . .
Thursday October 13, 1921 JUSTICE CHAPMAN MARRIES TWO COUPLES
HERE WEDNESDAY Justice of the peace A. E. Chapman united in Marriage
here Wednesday afternoon Chas. McKinney and Miss Bess Williams of Oktaha,
and T. P. McAdams and Miss Walsie Dixon of Checotah.
Thursday, October 20, 1921 WALTER HOMAN MARRIED News
reached Eufaula this morning that Walter Homan of this city and Miss Lura
Johnson of Stilwell were married at the home of the bride in the latter
city Wednesday evening. Mr. Homan is . . . . from Stilwell some eight
or ten years ago. . . .
Thursday October 27, 1921 MCMURRAY – BOYD Mr. Robert Boyd and Miss Birdie McMuraray, both of this city, were united in marriage at the postoffice last Saturday evening by Rev. Haskell Hammer.
The bride has for some time been manager of the local telephone office.
The groom is employed in the post office here. Both young people
were reared in the Mellett community prior to coming to Eufaula.
They will make Eufaula their home, . . .
Thursday, November 3, 1921 HANNA Miss Maudie Smith
and Mr. David Wills, both of Mellette Okla., were happily united in marriage
Saturday, October 22nd at 10:30 a.m., at the home of the bride, the Reverend
Audey Urqhart officiating. . .
Thursday, December 15, 1921 LEHMAN WILSON MARRIED The following, announcing the marriage of Lehman Wilson, a former Eufaula boy sho was born and reared in this city, is taken from the Eureka Springs, Ark, daily of Dec. 1st which no doubt will be of interest to many readers of the Journal:
“Last night at 10 o’clock, at the parsonage, Rev. B. L. Harris, pastor
of the M. E. church, south, united in marriage Miss Alfretta Rosetta Tyree
and Mr. Lehman Wilson. Mrs. Wilson is the daughter of Rev. Tyree,
a resident of this city. Rev. Tyree is willing to go to any length
to accommodate his daughters, but when it comes to giving one away, he
balks, and so Rev. Harris performed the marriage ceremony. . .
Thursday, December 22, 1921 HANNA The marriage of
Miss Treola Fusha and Ray McGee, which occurred at the home of the bride’s
parents northeast of Hanna, on the eve of December 7th, came as a surprise
to the many friends of the happy couple. Judge Huls performed the ceremony.
Miss Busha is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Busha, and is popular
with a host of friends. Mr. McGee is the son of jack McGee . . .
Thursday, December 22, 1921 LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS
Clampitt Mangum of Checotah and Miss Rosa King of Vivian, were married
Wednesday evening by Rev. Wright of Checotah. The young couple will
make their home at Richardsville.
Thursday, December 29, 1921 CHRISTMAS WEDDINGS Jay Pipkins of this city and Miss Belle Brower of Stillwater, Oklahoma , were married at the homeof the bride’s parents in the latter city in the afternoon of Christmas Eve at one o’clock. . .
Harold Thirion of this city and Miss Grace Truman Standley of Okemah,
stole a march on their friends and were quietly married here on the afternoon
of Christmas Day. . . .
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