Clark County Clipper, March 7, 1929


 
HUGHS-MENDENHALL
 

A marriage which will be of interest to the people of this county occurred in Plains, Kansas, February 23, 1929, when Mr. James Mendenhall was united in marriage to Miss Lottie Hughs, Rev. Riblett pastor of the Baptist church officiating.

This young couple are well known in this county, being members of old and prominent families of the county.  The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mendenhall, is a native of Ashland and a graduate of A. H. S.  He also took college work in Manhattan and in the Colorado State University at Boulder, specializing in electric engineering.  He is now employed by the Telephone Construction Co.  The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hughs and was a member of the senior class in Ashland High School at the time of her wedding.  In her educational work she has specialized in music and has taught classes in piano the past two years.

Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhall will make their home in Cheney from where Mr. Mendenhall will work for his company, while Mrs. Mendenhall has arranged to go to with her high school work and graduate from the Cheney High School this year.


Contributed by ~Shirley Brier~ November 3, 2005.


 


 


 

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