Friday January 10, 1913 SOCIETY HAPPENINGS Roy M. Howard and Miss Andromeda DeRossett of Eufaula were married on the afternoon of December 25 at El Paso, Texas, by the pastor of the Baptist church of that city. Their home will be in Deming, New Mexico.
Mr. Howard was formerly cashier of the Eufaula National Bank, but has
lived in the west for the past several years. Miss De Rossett has
been a resident of Eufaula for about ten years and during the past several
years has been connected with the faculty of the Eufaula Boarding School.
Friday, January 17, 1913 WEDDINGS Mr. William R. porter and Miss Harrett P. Turner, of Brush Hill, were married by Father Kutchum of Washington, at the court house in this city Wednesday, Jan. 1. Mr. Porter is one of McIntosh county’s best farmers and Miss Turner is the daughter of Ham Turner, delegate to the constitutional convention from the north end of the county. Both Mr. and Mrs. Porter are popular and well known. They will reside at Brush Hill.
J. L. Sezemore and Miss Annie Corbett of Texana, were united in marriage by the Rev. Stratton, of the M. E. Church at the court house in Eufaula, Jan 16. Mr. and Mrs. Sezemore will make their home at Texana.
Marriage licenses were issued Thursday to Antonia Thierry and Miss Guillory
both of Texanna. Neal Ferguson of Rentesville and Dora Green of Checotah.
Friday, January 24, 1913 JACOMINI – AULTMAN The marriage of Mrs. Olouise Aultman and J. Jacomini was celebrated on Christmas night at 7:30 at the parsonage of the first Baptist church with the Rev. James S. West officiating.
The bride . . . was attended by her sister Mrs. L. Buckner and the was
attended by his brother, Dan Jacomini. The mother of the room Mrs.
C. N. Simoni entertained . . .
Friday, February 7, 1913 MARRIED D. A. Wilkereson
Mr. Wilkerson recently came here from Fort Smith and has a confectionery
store in one of the Tully buildings on Main street. Miss Reeves is
Friday, February 21, 1913 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Married
at the Methodist parsonage on Tuesday, Feb., 18th at 10 o’clock, Mr. Benjamin
T. Woods of Checotah and Miss Ethel Cowan of Stidham.
Friday, March 7, 1913 MILLIONAIRE INDIAN Beeley Derrisaw, the million heir Indian boy of Eufaula, that was married to Miss Sallie Sindell of this city last week and kidnapped a few days later by his parents and officers from the Indian agency, who claim the boy is only 17 years of age and are attempting to annual the marriage, is causing his bride much worry and trouble and law suits are coming fast involving oil lands valued at more than a million of dollars. . . .
Mrs. Beeley Derisaw, whose husband was taken from Eufaula to Muskogee
last week, aned afterwards placed in the Carlisle Indian school by herb
House has employed W. T., Hutchings of Muskogee and Judge O’Reilly of this
city to look after her interests. Mrs. Derrisaw claims that the statements
given out that her husband is but seventeen years of age are entirely unfounded
ant that she can produce evidence showing that he is moor than twenty-one.
The records show that Beeley was enrolled in 1895 and if this be true he
is certainly more than eighteen years of age. . .
Friday, March 7, 1913 SOCIETY NOTES Last Saturday evening March 1, 1913 at 8:30 o’clock, Mrs. Jessie B. Wright and Mr. James C. Brennan wee quietly married at the home of the bride on W. First Street. . . Mrs. Wright has made Eufaula her home for the past eight years. . . She was an employee in the Register of Deed office for 3 years, and has for the past two years been an efficient assistant in the County Superintendent’s office.
Mr. Brennan, whose former home was Mexico, Mo., came to Eufaula a year
ago and has since held the position as Chief Engineer of the Eufaula Electric
and Power Co. . . .
Friday, March 28, 1913 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. J.
A. Young and Miss Emma Flud were married in this city Thursday night.
They will reside in Eufaula.
Friday, April 11, 1913 GIBSON – GREEN Charles Gibson, and old and familiar figure, interpreter and writer of note, was married on Wednesday of last week to Mrs. Leah Green at the residence of the bride’s home, three miles west of Eufaula. Rev. Wm. McCombs officiating. The occasion was celebrated with a grand feast to which Indians alone are accustomed.
This is the second adventure of both the contracting parties upon the
matrimonial sea. . . .
Friday, May 23, 1913 IN SOCIETY Dr. Ely and Mrs.
Georgia Musser were married in Muskogee Thursday of last week. Mrs.
Musser was reared in this city and her friends are numbered by the score.
Dr. Ely is a practicing dentist, and has made Eufaula his home for the
past year. From Muskogee they went to Adtadarko which place they
expect to make their home.
Friday, May 30, 1913 SOCIETY Tabor – Duncan Wedding.
The marriage of Miss Bessie Duncan of Ripley, Miss., to Mr. Britton H.
Tabor, formerly of Muskogee, but now a young attorney of Checotah, was
solemnized Sunday afternoon at Grace Episcopal church, in Muskogee, the
rector, Rev. H. J. Loyd officiating. Miss Duncan has taught in the
public schools in Checotah for the past three years. Mr. and Mrs.
Tabor left for Chicago to spend their honeymoon and after June 5 will be
at home in Checotah.
Friday, May 30, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSES Issued During the
Friday, June 13, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED
Friday, June 13, 1913 IN SOCIETY One of our popular young business men, Lester Clark, manager of the Oklahoma Title Co., left Tuesday for Carthage Ill., where he will be married on the 17th to Miss Edith Helfrich.
Lester came to Eufaula in may 1907 and was engaged with the above named
firm and by his genial manner and carful attention to business, attained
his present position of manager of one of the largest conceerns of its
kind in the state. . . Miss Helfrich, the bride-to-be is well known to
many of us having visited here on many occasions, during the first of which
the romance which is to be consummated in their marriage, was begun. .
. They will return to Eufaula next Wednesday. . .
Friday, June 20, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED THIS WEEK
Friday, June 20, 1913 PERSONAL ITEMS Mr. W. E. brown of
Okmulgee and Miss Lizzie King of Euton, Colo, were married at the residence
of Rev. T. S. Stratton Tuesday evening.
Friday, June 27, 1913 MARRIED James William Cook
and Miss Maud Moffitt of Mellette were married by Judge Ben D. Gross at
the County Court Wednesday morning.
Friday, June 27, 1913, WHITAKER – MARTIN Sunday afternoon at
3 o’clock the marriage of Mr. Land Whitaker and Miss Marie Martin was celebrated
at the residence of the bride’s parents on Railey avenue. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. T. S. Stratton. . .
Friday, July 11, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE Issued since last
Friday, July 25, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED THIS WEEK
Friday, August 1, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE LAST WEEK.
Friday, August 8, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE
Friday, August 15, 1913 FAME ITEMS Miss Martha Hardin
and Mr. Roy Toller were very quietly married Sunday at 9 a.m. at the home
of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hardin. The Rev. Buie officiating.
Friday, August 22, 1913 BAILEY – HOPKINS Mr. Scott
Bailey and Miss Laura Hopkins were quietly married at the home of the bride’s
parents in Vivian last Sunday morning. . .
Friday, August 22, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED SINCE LAST
Friday, September 5, 1913 JORDAN – PARTAIN On Tuesday
evening, August 31st, between the hours of 6 and 7 o’clock, the quiet but
beautiful wedding of Mr. M. G. Jordan and Miss Laura Partain was solemnized
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jordan, the parents of the groom.
The marriage . . was performed by Rev. T. S. Stratton of the Methodist
church. . .
Friday, September 12, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED BY THE COUNTY
CLERK DURING THE PAST WEEK.
Friday, September 26, 1913 YOUNG – SANGER Last evening,
one of the most beautiful and impressive weddings was solemnized at the
palatial home of Captain and Mrs. G. W. Grayson, when their granddaughter,
Miss Mable Sanger and Mr. Thomas J. Young were quietly married. . .
Friday October 17, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE Issued by the
Clerk of the County Court.
Friday, October 17, 1913 CLARK – SWEENEY One of the
most beautiful and sacred home weddings was solemnized Thursday evening
at 8:30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Sweeney, when their daughter
Anna Vivian and Mr. Luther Lloyd Clark were quietly married. . .
Friday, October 24, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED BY THE CLERK
OF THE COUNTY COURT
Friday, November 14, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED BY THE COUNTY
CLERK DURING THE PAST WEEK
Friday, November 21, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED BY THE COUNTY
CLERK DURINGTHE PAST WEEK.
Friday, November 21, 1913 MCCOY – GULLEY J. H. McCoy
of Eufaula, Okla., and Miss Minnie Gulley of Hutton Valley were married
this afternoon at the South M. E. parsonage on West main St. Rev. E. F.
McDaniel officiating. The groom is a prominent building contractor
of Eufaula, and met his bride while she was visiting in Oklahoma.
Mrs. McCoy who is one of Hutton Valley’s most charming young women, is
a daughter of one of Howells county’s most prominent and highly respected
pioneer families, being a granddaughter of the late Judge P. N. Gulley..
Friday, December 5, 1913 MARRIAGE LECENSE ISSUED AT THE COUNTY
Friday, December 12, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED THIS WEEK
Friday, December 19, 1913 TRAMWELL – TYLER Mr. Will
Tramwell of Eufaula and Miss Cora Tyler of Mellette were quietly married
at the home of Rev. T. S. Stratton Tuesday. . . .
Friday, December 26, 1913 TYNER – PEMBERTON Mr. G.
A. Tyner of Eufaula and Miss Vila Pemberton also of Eufaula were married
at the Kirkpatrick home on the east side of tomwn Friday December 19th
at 7:30 P. M. by Rev R. H Seabough past or of the Baptist Church. Mr. Tyner
is in the employ of the Western Natural Gas Company.
Friday, December 26, 1913 MARRIAGE LICENSE . . .
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