Wallowa County Marriages/Anniversaries D

Roy W. DAGGETT / Emily MEADOWS
Walter John DAVIES / Elnora S. EMMONS
Charles DAVIS / Jesse HUFFMAN
E.W. DAVIS  / Buryle SHAFER
Will DAY / Hattie BARNES
Herman DESSLER / Merle HUMPHREYS
Wayne DOAK / Helen HAUN
Jay DOBBIN / M. Etta HUFFMAN
Joseph DRISKELL / Jessie MATTHEWS
William G. DUNN / Agnes JOHNSON

Roy W. Daggett / Emily Meadows

Roy W. Daggett and Miss Emily Meadows both of Enterprise were united in marriage
by Rev. H.E. Cullison at the parsonage on Saturday May 29th, 1920.

Wallowa County Reporter
June 3, 1920

Walter John Davies / Elnora S. Emmons

Walter John Davies and Elnora S. Emmons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs L.B. Emmons were
married January second by Rev. K. Wallace of the Methodist church at Joseph.

Wallowa County Reporter
January 6, 1921

Charles Davis / Jesse Huffman Marriage

Mr. Chas. Davis and Miss Jesse Huffman were united in marriage by Rev. B.S. Hughes
at the home of Mrs. O.M. Cozleins yesterday, the 26th. The happy couple live out in
the north part of the county.

Wallowa County Reporter
September 27, 1917

E.W. Davis / Buryle Shafer

E.W. Davis of Anatone, Wash., and Buryle Shafer of Troy, were united in marriage
by Justice A.B. Conaway on August 6th.

Wallowa County Reporter
August 12, 1920

Dessler - Humphreys

A quiet wedding occured Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at the P.W. Humphreys home when
their daughter Merle was united in marriage to Herman Dessler. Only the immediate relatives
of the bride and groom witnessed the ceremony. Rev. H.E. Collison officiated. They will
reside in this city.

Wallowa County Reporter Enterprise
Thursday April 1, 1920

Wayne Doak / Helen Haun

Miss Helen Haun and Wayne Doak, both of Enterprise, were united in marriage Sunday by
the Rev. H. Cullison and left on the afternoon train for Council, Idaho. Miss Haun is a daughter
of Ludwig Haun of the Three Lakes country.

Wallowa County Reporter
November 13, 1919

Marriage At the residence of the bride's father,

W.H. Huffman, of Pyle canyon, on Monday, January 8, 1900, Miss M. Etta Huffman was
married to Mr. Jay H. Dobbin, of Joseph, Wallowa county. Rev. Henry C. Thomson of Union,
officiating. The wedding took place at noon, in the presence of the home circle, a few relatives
and friends, Mrs. Dobbin, aunt of the groom, Dr. and Mrs. Wein, Miss Etta Dobbin, sister of the
groom, Miss Lottie Peffley and W.H. McComas, and was conducted in the simple and impressive
form of ceremony adopted by the Presbyterian church, preceded by prayer. The groom is a popular
and well to do young man of Joseph, Wallowa county, and the bride is one of Union county's fairest
and most amiable young ladies. After the ceremony and customary congratulation, the assembled
group repaired to the dining room and partok of a magnificent wedding feast. The happy young
couple came down to the Centennial hotel in the evening and took their departure for their home in
Joseph on Tuesday morning, accompanied by Miss Etta Dobbin, with the good wishes of a host
of friends. - Scout. The bride attended school in Cove a year ago this winter and has the best wishes
of numerous friends and acquaitances here.

Cove Ledger
Thursday January 18, 1900

Joseph Driskell / Jessie Matthews

Mr. Joseph Driskell and Miss Jessie Matthews were united in marriage by Rev. F.S. Sibley
at the parsonage on Monday afternoon, June 16th, 1919. Mr. Driskell has just recently
returned from overseas service.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday June 19, 1919

Agnes Johnson Is
Married Saturday

The wedding of Miss Agnes Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Johnson, of Enterprise
and William G. Dunn of St. Johns, Portland, was solemnized Saturday morning, Nov. 19, 1938
at 10:00 o'clock at the Pioneer Methodist church in St. Johns, with Rev. Newland
performing the ceremony.

The bride wore a wedding dress of lilac crepe with silver accessories and a corsage of gardenia.
For going away she wore a blue suit with black accessories. Her only attendant was Dorothy
Wilson of Enterprise.

For the past three years Mrs. Dunn has been working in Portland.

Dr. R.L. Bean of Hillsboro acted as best man for the groom.

Immediately following the ceremony coffee was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Thompson, after which the young couple left for a honeymoon trip to the coast. They will be at
home at 8635 No. Senaca, St. Johns, after December first.

Mrs. C.F. Johnson, mother of the bride, Mrs. Levi Swayze of Athena and Mrs. Helen Gowing
of Joseph were among the few relatives and friends present for the wedding. Mrs. Johnson
returned to her home here Tuesday morning.

Enterprise Chieftain
Thursday November 24, 1938
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