Union County Marriages/Anniversaries H

Copyright 1999 Janine M. Bork


Unless denoted by a donor's name, these are marriages/anniversaries I have taken from microfilm of old newspapers I received through interlibrary loan from the University of Oregon. My many thanks to them. They do a great service. If you have any marriages/anniversaries you can donate, please drop a line to Janine M. Bork.Your information can help others.


Joseph HAGGERTY / Maggie UTZ

Captain HAINES / Missouri HAINES

J.F. HALL / Mary L. CRUIKSHANK Marriage

Mat M. HALL

Arthur HANCOCK / Svea HAAG

Turk HARN / Mary BIRMINGHAM

Fred HARRIS / Winnie NEAVIS Marriage

G.W. HARRIS / Delia HILDERBRAND

Martin G. HARSIN / Mary S. PEAL Marriage

Frank HART / Gertrude MORGAN

Albert HASTINGS / Nellie HARRISON

D.H. HEARING / Anna KEELER

Mr. and T.C. HEFTY Anniversary

A.B. HEMPE / Delta BIRMINGHAM

Melvin HERITAGE / Martha Ann WATSON

Henry HESLOP / Etta M. THOMPSON

HILL Marriages

Ed. HOLLINGER / Prudence HOUSER

I.W. HONBECK / Rose McDUGIT Marriage

Arthur HORGENSON / Lozene STEVENS

HUFFMAN Marriages

A.E. HUG / Allie SHAFFER Marriage

Thomas F. HUGHEY / Martha E. PHILLIPS

Norman HULICK / Veta DeVORE

HUTCHINSON Marriages


Married

HAGERTY-UTZ:-At M.E. Parsonage, May 27, Joseph Haggerty to Maggie Utz.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
June 5, 1890

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Captain Haines Marries

Captain Haines was married April 17th at Los Angeles to his sister-in-law Missouri Haines. They will make their home at Kings City, Calif. Mr. Haines is 82 years old and his bride about 10 years younger. She will be remembered by old timers here, as she was Mr. Haines' youngest brother's wife and resided here with her husband a number of years ago. we offer congratulations.

North Powder News
Saturday, May 1, 1920

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J.F. Hall / Mary L. Cruikshank Marriage

Married at the home of the bride's parents on Elk Flat, August 31, 1903, Mr. J.F. Hall and Miss Mary L. Cruikshank, Rev. W.H. Bleakney officiating.

Elgin Recorder Friday
September 11, 1903

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Mat M. HALL / Crissa J. BEIDLEMAN

HALL - BEIDLEMAN. - At the church of the Ascension, Cove, Sept. 12th, 1888, by Rev. W.R. Powell, Mr. Mat M. Hall and Miss Crissa J. Beidleman, both of Union.

The SCOUT joins with many friends of the young couple in offering congratulations, and wishing them a prosperous and happy life.

Donated by Larry Rader

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SVEA HAAG WED IN LA GRANDE

Miss Svea Haag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Haag, former residents of North Powder, but now of Cove, was united in marriage to Arthur Hancock, son of Mrs. Clara Hancock, at La Grande Saturday, April 25. Rev. Elmer Grant Keith, of the Methodist church, preformed the ceremony. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hancock. They will make their home in Cove.

North Powder News
Saturday, May 2, 1925

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Harn - Birmingham

The marriage of Mr. Turk Harn and Miss Mary Birmingham, both of Union, took place at Baker Saturday last. The young people will make their home in Union.

November 4, 1916

Donated by Larry Rader

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Married

in La Grande, Saturdy, December 24, 1904, Mr. Fred Harris and Miss Winnie Neavis. Miss Neavis is a daughter of Mrs. Bert Barnhill of this city. The newly married couple will reside in La Grande.

Elgin Recorder Friday
December 30, 1904

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Married

HARRIS-HILDERBRAND:- At the Presbyterian parsonage, North Union, Sunday, May 11, 1890, G.W. Harris to Miss Delia Hilderbrand, both of this city, Rev. Parker officiating.

They received many valuable presents. A number of friends were present at the wedding. The REPUBLICAN joins their many friends in wishing them happiness abundant all along the journey of life.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
May 15, 1890

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HARSIN - PEAL

Married - Jan. 1, 1900, at 12 m. in Cove at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. Peal, Mary S. Peal and Martin G. Harsin of Wallowa county, Rev. Van Dusen officiating. The ceremony was conducted in the beautiful ritual of the Methodist church. The grooms best man was Dudley Peal and the bridesmaid was Miss Mary Rickman. The bride was robed in cream cashemere trimmed with cream satin ribbon and white silk, adorned with orange blossoms. The bride never looked more beautiful or happier. The groom wore the conventional black, with orange blossom boutonierre. The bridesmaid and best man were each tastefully dressed.

Those present were Rev. Van Dusen, Mr. and Mrs. F. Peal, Mr. and Mrs. George Rinehart, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. E.P. McDaniel, Misses Mary Ruckman, Minnie Bloom, Carrie and Cora Smith, Leonora Lund, Grace and Berdie McDaniel, Dudley and Bennie Peal, Roy McDaniel, and Virgil Alexander.

The bride was the recipient of many beautiful presents, one from the groom being a gold bracelet with lock and key attached set with precious stones. Other presents were: Mr. and Mrs. Peal, set of silver knives and forks; Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart, berry dish; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, cake stand; Dudley and Bennie Peal, sauce dishes; Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel, card receiver, bread plate, china cups and saucers; Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Rees, cut glass pitcher and cake stand ; Baby Rees toothpick holder; Miss Mary Ruckman, breakfast plates; Miss Minnie Bloom, fruit dish; Roy and Birdie and Grace McDaniel, table linen; Lenora Lund, toilet set; Mrs. Geo. Rinehart, wreath of wax flowers; Mrs. John Allen, cake of honey; Mrs. Smith, a bottle of pickles.

Mr. and Mrs. Harsin will be at home to their friends in Cove for some time. At the conclusion of the ceremony congratulations were extended and the guests were ushered into the dining room where an elegant dinner was set down to. The festivities were concluded at 3 o'clock, the departing guests wishing the young couple a happy New Year with many returns. Other papers please copy. A Friend.

Cove Ledger Thursday January 4, 1900

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Married In Union

The marriage of Miss Gertrude Morgan to Mr. Frank Hart was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morgan in Union last Sunday. The young people have a host of friends who join in wishing them a happy life.

North Powder News
Saturday February 17, 1917

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Married. Albert Hastings and Miss Nellie Harrison were married in La Grande last Monday April 16. They left immediately for Walla Walla and other Washington points on a short honeymoon.

North Powder News
Saturday April 21, 1917

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Married

December 29th, 1879 by Rev. R Barrett, at the residence of the Bride's parents near Summerville, Mr. D.H. Hearing to Miss Anna Keeler. All of Summerville, Oregon.

Mountain Sentinel, Saturday
Jauary 17, 1880

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Hefty 25th Wedding Anniversary
Celebrate Silver Wedding

Cove -- By way of celebrating the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and T. C. HEFTY, open house was held at the T. R. CONKLIN home Saturday afternoon when more than 100 of their friends and neighbors called to extend their best wishes. A group of young matrons sponsored the reception and a number of the younger set assisted in entertaining. Mrs. HEFTY wore her original wedding gown of pure white and was lovely. Her corsage was red and white carnations. All the afternoon a group of college and high school students sang and played.

Maxine CONLEY and Inez TOWLE assisted in serving the refreshments. Pouring were Miss Besse KELLY and Mrs. Anne JOHNSON for the first hour, Mrs. Pearl ALLEN and Mrs. Bessie FLETCHER the second hour and Mrs. Brooks HANCOCK and Mrs. Ruth SMUTZ the third hour. The dining table was decorated with white and yellow tapers and flowers.

Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert TOWLE of Vancouver, newly weds visiting his uncle Tom TOWLE and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee REYNOLDS of La Grande, Mr. and Mrs. Richard THIELKE of Cascade visiting her father J. B. LOVE. Mr. HEFTY was an overseas veteran of World War 1, and they have lived at Cove all of their married life. They have two sons, Lt. Charles E. HEFTY, graduate of Cove high school class of 1943 and still in Germany, and Donald at home and a high school junior.

The Eastern Oregon Review,
January, 4, 1946

Submitted by Holly Vonderohe

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Hempe - Birmingham

Mr. A.B. Hempe and Mrs. Della Birmingham were married at Freewater, Oregon, Wednesday of this week, Rev. Father Nooy performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hempe went to Spokane for a few days and are expected in Union Sunday or Monday next. Many friends in Union will extend best wishes.

October 23, 1912

Donated by Larry Rader

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Married

HERITAGE - WATSON - In this city, February 13, 1889, at the Union City hotel, Melvin Heritage and Martha Ann Watson, Rev. L.J. Boothe officiating.

The parties to this marriage contract have for a number of years been residents of this city, and they have many friends who unite in wishing them a happy and prosperous voyage over the sea of life. Mr. Heritage has for the past two years very acceptably filled the position of marshal of the city of Union.

Eastern Oregon Republican
Thursday, February 21, 1889

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Married

HESLOP-THOMPSON-At the Union City Hotel, Union, Oregon July 11, 1890. Mr. Henry Heslop to Miss Etta M. Thompson, both of La Grande. Rev. L.J. Boothe officiating.

Eastern Oregon Republican, Thursday
July 17, 1890

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A WAR BRIDE

A lisence (sic) to wed has been issued to Ed. Hollinger and Miss Prudence Houser. The young people plan to leave for Miss Houser's home at Pleasant Valley Sunday morning and will be married there. Mr. Hollinger expects to leave for the training camp soon.

North Powder News
Saturday December 1, 1917

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Married

HONBECK - McDUGIT - In Baker City, November 25, 1904, Mr. I.W. Honbeck, of Elgin, and Mrs. Rose McDucit, of Baker City. Mr. and Mrs. Honbeck will make their home in this city.

Elgin Recorder Friday December 2, 1904

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Married

Arthur Yorgenson and Miss Lozene Stevens, of this city were married at la Grande, Thursday of this week.

Newspaper Article 2 Jan 1913

Donated by Larry Rader

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HUG - SHAFFER

The marriage ceremony of Mr. A.E. Hug to Miss Allie Shaffer was solemized at the home of the bride's parents in Wallowa county, June 21, 1905. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Shaffer and the groom is a well-known young farmer of Pumpkin ridge. The newly married couple ha a host of friends in Elgin who join in extending best wishes.

Elgin Recorder Friday
June 30, 1905

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Married - In Union, November 29, Thomas F. Hughey and Martha E. Phillis, C.L. Blakelee, j.p. officiating.

Eastern Oregon Republican
Saturday, December 1, 1894

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Hulick - DeVore

Miss Veta DeVore of Cove, and Norman Hulick, who makes his home near North Powder, were married Tuesday noon, at the Presbyterian manse in la Grande, Rev. William Crosby Ross, officiating. They were attended by the bride's mother and cousin. They will make their home near North Powder.

North Powder News
Saturday, November 21, 1925

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