Carpenter, of Derby, Kan. Rudolph, of this city, Rev. Van Cleve of the Christian church officiating. The ceremony was a quiet affair and witnessed only by the immediate relatives of the contracting parties. The happy couple left last night, via the Santa Fe, for Derby, Kan. This was a case of love at first sight. The young people met at Medicine Park a few days ago, where they were both spending their vacation and made up their kansax in short order that they were affinities.
The result was that a week later they were married. The young people will return to Hobart in a few days and will make their home here or at the farm a few miles west of town. Married by the Rev. Savin at the Methodist parsonage, on Monday, March 16 at 5 p. Charles and Miss Rosa M. Yazel, both of Wichita. A reception was tendered by her parents of the bride, Mr. Yazel at their home, corner Third street and Sherman avenue. Among those present were Mrs. Charles, mother of the groom, Mr. Casius Charles, Mr.
Riggs, and daughter, Grace, Mrs. Dunn and son, Freddie, Mr. Munson and little Emma, Mr. Sheldon of this city to Mr. Aaffair of Wichita.
The wedding will occur on New Year's Day. Miss Sheldon is the daughter of State Senator Sheldon, from this district. Thorn officiating. The bride also attended Kansas University. Collins, Edmondson. His bride is the daughter of Mr. Jack S. Griggs of Wichita. Honor attendants for their wedding were Miss Nancy Griggs, sister of the bride; Mrs. Brent Lathrop, sister marred the affaif, and Nick Nichols all of Wichita.
Coombs slipped out of Wichita very quietly and not even his closest friends knew of his intentions until last Monday morning, when he brought his bride back to Wichita. He had prepared for her a neat and handsomely furnished cottage at Fairview avenue. Miss Dorth is an accomplished young woman and one of Kansas' fairest daughters, and Mr. Coombs may well be proud of her.
Coombs has been in Wichita many years, and is well known in business circles. He has accepted a position at the Roy shoe store, and last week he gave away more cigars and received more congratulations than he sold shoes and received money.
Daniels and Mrs. Ella Devole Are Wed Mr. Ella Devole were united in marriage last evening at o'clock, the ceremony taking place at the home of the groom, North Topeka avenue. The ceremony was pronounced by Judge Enoch in a very pleasing style. The bride is an accomplished trained nurse. Daniels is an old resident of Wichita, having been in the mercantile business here for several years. Hattie E. Franks of Ardmore, Oklahoma, at the home of the bride in a double ring ceremony, with Rev.
Brown Sr. The bride was given in marriage by Mr. Thomas Thompson and Mrs. Sadie Smith served as maid of honor. Abrams served as best man for the groom. DeGrafenrad has been a teacher in the Oklahoma school system for quite some time and is remaining there to complete her school term. Elbert J. Swift, Mr. Luther Gunn, returned to Wichita and duties. The wedding took place in a beautifully decorated room in the presence of many of their close friends.
At the close of her school, Mr. DeGrafenread will be in Wichita, at their beautiful new home at Wabash Mr. DeGrafenread was honored with a surprise reception Monday evening by the men's chorus of Calvary Baptist church of which he is a member, at the home of Mr. Xerxes Walker. A lovely gift was presented by Mr.
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Boykin, a member of the chorus. Myrtle Walker is their accompanist; Mr. Christy is director. Refreshments of ice cream, cake, coffee, and mixed nuts were served.
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Haymaker yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock, by Judge Haymaker. Immediately after the wedding, Mrs. The Pack was notified by telephone, and adjourned to the home of Col. Murdock, to meet the bride and Mr. Eaton returned to his place of business at the Carey hotel. He is a nephew of B. Eaton, owner of the Carey.
Eaton and wife are living at present with Col. Murdock and wife parents of the bride. They will not go on a wedding journey. Yesterday afternoon Miss Murdock left her home, Murdock and St. Francis avenue, and intimated to her parents she was going to attend the meeting of the Pack of Queens. Instead of going to the meeting, she was met by Mr. Eaton, and they proceeded at once to the marriage office, where the ceremony was performed. Murdock, father of the bride, was much surprised to hear of his daughter's wedding but was pleased, just the same.
They are at my house now. I knew nothing of the wedding until notified by telephone. Young gentlemen friends of the bride and groom last night secured a string band, marched to the Murdock home, and serenaded the bride and groom.
Zimmerman at the Derby Baptist church. The ring service was performed. After the ceremony an elegant wedding supper was served. The bride was dressed in a gown of white organdie, trimmed in white satin afafir. Frank Halter, brother-in-law and sister Topekw the groom, were bridesmaid and groomsman. Eastman left at once for New York City on a wedding tour.
They will be at home in Guthrie, where Mr. Eastman is employed by the Santa Fe. Willis Stillwell, Wichita; Rev. Stadtman, Derby; Mr. Holter, Derby; Mr. George B. Dean, Washington; Mr. High, Derby; Dr. Porter, Wichita; Mr. High, Derby; Mr. Little, Ponca City, O.
Presents: China bread plate, Mr. James Moffat, Arkansas City, Kan. McCracklin; china chocolate set, Dr.
Porter, Wichita; silver berry spoon, C. Carlton and wife, Derby; coffee set, Mr. Mitchell, Derby; counterpane, Mr. Stillwell, Wichita; set silver fruit knives, Mr. Eastman, Whiting, Kan. Bender, Whiting, Kan. Brown and J. Love, Whiting, Kan. Bender, Holton, Kan. Lentz and Dr. Love and son, Whiting, Kan. Paul Drover, Albuquerque, N. Jackman; set linens, Mr. Love, Kensington, Kan. Holter, Derby, Kan. Burwell, Kansas City, Mo. Walter M. The bride came from Syria but a few months ago, while the groom has been in this country fo several years.
They were both influenced by protestant missionaries in Syria and are highly respected young people. The ring ceremony was witnessed by about fifty guests. The usual Syrian wedding song was sung before the ceremony and at its close Zechariah Zakura of Kansas City gave a much appreciated address in the Syrian language. Rita Catholic Church was the scene of the Sept. Officiating were the Rev. Milam Joseph of Tyler and the Rev. Paul Nemr of Wichita, Kan.
After a wedding trip to New Orleans, La. A graduate of Kansas University, the bridegroom is the son of Mr. Alfred M. Farha of Wichita. He is a former student at Wichita State University. Wasaff escorted his daughter. May Wheelock of this city was married to Dr. The wedding was a very impressive ceremony and was attended by only a limited of friends. Church officiated.
Wheelock is well known in Wichita and has many friends here who will be surprised to know of her marriage but who will extend to her many wishes for the future. Fehringer is a prominent druggist in Colorado Springs. They will spend several weeks at Excelsior Springs, after which they will be at home to their friends in Colorado Springs. McKee to Attorney Theodore R.
Gardner, on February 14, in Wichita, Kansas. The double ring ceremony was performed by Judge B. Mack Bryant in the presence of Mr. John Baker, who also observed their twenty-fourth wedding anniversary, and immediate friends of the couple.
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The bride, the daughter of Mrs. The groom is the son of the late Mr. Gardner, Frankford, Missouri and a member of the St. Augustine Church and has a successful practice in law, is a member of the board of management of Hutcherson Branch Y. This charming young couple will be at home to their many friends in their lovely new home at Mathewson Avenue, about April 15th. William Goodman, of Derby, Kan.
Miss Julia Winderlin and brother, Marriee, were bridesmaid and best man. Miss Wilson is an Oklahoma girl and she refused to marry out of her territory. Greenman is a Kansan and he refused to marry out of his State. The compromise was arranged by Miss Wilson standing in Oklahoma and Greenman in Kansas when they were united, the officiating clergyman standing on the line. The couple will reside in Kansas. Grimes and Ella F. Bliss were united in marriage, Judge Buckner officiating.
The ceremony was performed at 8 o'clock in the presence of a few intimate affsir, after which an elegant supper was spread. The happy couple was the recipients of a of beautiful presents and congratulations from a host of friends. Grist aged 25 and Etta Gideon aged 21 both of Belle Plaine. Albans, Sept. Putnam, Mr.
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At St. Albany Bay, at the residence of the bride's mother, Sept. Barton, Mr. Eugene L. Conger of St. Albany Bay. Marriev Newman Independent says: "At an early hour the spacious parlors were filled with a brilliant and elegantly attired throng, awaiting the coming of the bridal pair. The beautiful strains of the Wedding March, brilliantly executed, greeted the ear, and, promptly at the hour o'clock, the bridal couple entered the rooms.
They were preceded by Miss Emma Gillogly, sister of the bride, as maid of honor, and Mr. Carl S. Burgett as best man, who proceeded to the arch between the two parlors, pausing just beneath a floral horseshoe, where they were met by Rev. Bryant, wooman in a very brief but solemn ceremony united them in the marrieed bonds of wedlock. The bride was maried in white silk, which was elaborately trimmed with chiffon, the corsage which was high, being trimmed in cascades running lengthwise, and she carried a bouquet of white flowers.
The rooms were handsomely decorated with blooming plants, ropes of evergreen, tuberoses, lillies of the valley, geranium leaves, etc. Harper is an accomplished lady in womanly grace and also in literature.
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She was a graduate of the Newman high school and also of the one in Wichita, Kan. Harper is congratulated and may his home here be ever bright and joyous and replete with prosperity and happiness. Harper is one of the promising and worthy young business men of our city. Only a few friends were present. The young people expect to make Wichita their home and start on the journey of life with the well wishes of all.
The wedding will be celebrated today at the Hotel Argyle of that place.
Miss Harson lived in Wichita for many years. She was a daughter of L. Harson who was employed in this city at the Kansas National Bank. Harson went to California for his health but later died. Afterward Mrs. Harson and her daughter continued to make Los Angeles their home. Harry Kendall Bartlett, Wichita, Kan.
Harlan Herrick, also of Wichita, at 4 p. Saturday at St. Matthews Cathedral. A reception will be held at the home of amrried bride-elect's aunt and uncle, Mr. Snodgrass, Wildwood Road. The couple will reside in Kingsville, where En Herrick is a naval instructor in advanced fighters. Neatness and dispatch characterized the wedding of Mr. The bride and groom and clergyman met at the Union depot on the minute, stepped into the palace car. The ceremony was performed. The minister bowed his adieus.
Then the newly married pair started on the bridal tour.
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Never before in the history of this clothing house has there been employed a more handsome, sweeter dispositioned, nobler or more ladylike young woman than Miss Wilson. This afternoon affiar 3 o'clock she steps into the blissful vale of wedded life, no longer known to the jolly kansas clerks as Miss Wilson but as Mrs. Elmer High. Never before did a corps of gentle, accommodating and manly clerks appreciate more the dignity, honor and noble Tooeka of any young lady.
This afternoon Mrs. High, nee Wilson, will be presented with kanxas beautiful rug and handsome rocking chair, as a result of their esteem for her. The marriage is a surprise to many but the Sentinel has recovered sufficiently to extend congratulations. Humphreys, of this city, and Miss Georgia McConkey, which took place at the residence of the bride's father, in Fairmount, on the evening of the 14th: The wedding party stood in the front yard in a semicircle, the bride and groom attended by Mr.
Will Humphreys and Adfair Emma McConkey, stood on the plaza, the father and mother of the bride on the married, a younger brother and sister on the left and the officiating clergyman in front; in this attitude the woman was solemnized while the gentle zephyrs breathed softly on, and atfair twinkling stars looked willingly down and all nature seemed in perfect accord with the joyous occasion. The bride handsome by nature was rendered even more so by art; for her dress of rich brown silk and brocade, made a la mode francaise and the natural flowers that adorned her person, seemed to add a finishing touch to what nature had already so exquisitely done.
The bridegroom, a noble looking man, was attired in conventional suit of black, with white necktie and kid gloves all in Topka with Parisian marrisd. In a word, the happy couple presented a fine picture of health, beauty and refinement. After the ceremony came a sumptuous marrie - a beautiful supper of the good things which the appetite never tires of - ice cream and Topeka - and the crowd assembled and did justice thereto, to which fact the following named persons can testify: Mr. Stout, Mr.
White, Mr. Bell, Mr. Yoakum, Mr. Hill, Mr. Holmes and the family Dr. Lobe, Mr. Humphreys, Jr. Will Humphreys. The affair received a great of rich and costly presents.
Humphreys returned to Wichita last evening where they will make their future home, Mr. Lawrence, the Douglas avenue druggist. They were received here by numerous friends whose hearty congratulations but echoe the sentiment of the whole community. We are pleased to know that the happy couple who start out in life so auspiciously have decided to cast their lot among mafried and we trust that their most sanguine dreams of prosperity and happiness may be fully realized. Cottingham and are now living in their home at James street and thus ended a love story in which the participants were in danger of their lives at numerous times.
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The wedding was postponed a month. Last summer another cowboy fell in love with the young lady and asked her for her hand. She refused his attentions but he was not daunted and continued to visit her. He did not know of the Wichita man who was ahead of him until about the time the wedding was to come off. While she was sick he went to karried house and again asked her to become his bride.
She refused and stated to him that her heart belonged to another and she would remain true to him. The cowboy then told her should never become the bride of Jack Kansas. He said he would lay for him and when he came after her she would attend a funeral instead of a wedding. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
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