Wallowa County Marriages/Anniversaries H - L

HAGEN / HOOK
A.M. HALL / Mrs. Ella MILLER
John B. HAMMOND / Ruth GORDON
Henry HARLAN / Nettie PALMATEER
Albert HARPER / Letitia COX
HAUN / DOAK
Edgar HOOK / Anna HAGEN
A. R. HUFFMAN / Sylvia GRAVES
John and Mary Alice (Ames) HUFFMAN
Marriage Certificate
A. E. HUG / Allie SHAFFER
Ernest HUMPHREYS / Margaret GREER
Marion ISOM / Selma MATTHEWS
E. E. JACKSON / Dortha RICH
Lester JACKSON / Lettie McGRAW
C. E. JENNINGS / Edith HALL
Marriage License
Ralph D. KAY / Helen Mae HAYDEN
Harry F. KELLEY / Margaret KELLY
Charles KENWORTHY / Anna WRIGHT
Benjamin H. KNAPPER / Nellie MULLEN
Joseph F. KNOTHE / Lulu BONNE
Floyd E. LAIRD / Marjorie Della REESE
Oscar LAMB / Esther FORBES
Arnold LAVERTY / Ora PRATT
Willard LEWIS / Edith I. HOWE
Oscar V. LUMPKINS / Esthur FORBES

Hagen - Hook

A quiet wedding occured Saturday at one o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lamberson when Miss Anna Hagen and Edgar Hook were pronounced man and wife
by the Rev. Herbert Cullison. The groom is a cousin of Mrs. Lamberson and is one of the
prosperous young ranchers of the Lostine vicinity. The bride Miss Hagen has been the
efficient head nurse at the Enterprise hospital during the summer and is a sister to Mrs. Hilda Elliott,
of Lostine. These young people have many friends both here and at Lostine who Join the
Reporter in extending good wishes.

They will be at home on their ranch near Lostine in about two weeks.

Wallowa County Reporter

A.M. Hall / Mrs. Ella Miller

In the presence of a few friends and relatives Mrs. Ella Miller and Mr. A. M. Hall were
united in the bonds of wedlock Monday evening Rev. J.C. Walker officiating Mr. & Mrs. Hall
received a number of very valuable presents for which they wish to thank their friends. The Herald
joins the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hall in wishing them happiness and prosperity while
they journey through this life together.

Joseph Herald

Donated by Julie Botts

John Hammond / Ruth Gordon

Jno. B. Hammond of Lyle, Wash, and Miss Ruth Gordon of Bartlett, were united in marriage
at the home of M.F. Williams in this city on Tuesday evening, Dec. 30th by Rev. Loree.

Wallowa County Reporter (Enterprise)
Thursday January 2, 1919

 

Henry Harlan / Nettie Palmateer

The culmination of a happy romance was the wedding of Miss Nettie Palmateer of our city and
Henry Harlan formerly of Walla Walla, at the home of the bride's parents in North Joseph. About
twenty relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony after which a delightful wedding supper was
served. Rev. Cook officiated. Immediately after the happy couple departed for a short trip.

Wallowa County Reporter
Wednesday June 5, 1918

Harper - Cox

Mr. Albert Harper and Miss Letitia Cox, two of Wallowa county's most popular young people,
were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the home of the bride's parents at Alder, on
Christmas eve; Rev. Cornwall officiating. A select company of relations and friends were present
to witness the ceremony and the happy couple received many valuable and useful presents.
The Aurora acknowledges the receipt of some choice wedding cake and joins their many friends in
wishing them great joy and properity through life.

The Aurora
December 29, 1893

Haun - Doak

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 County.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday November 13, 1919

C.E. Jennings / Edith Hall

That the undersigned a minister by the authority of a License bearing date the 8th day of February
ad 1893 and issued by the county clerk of the county of Wallowa did on the 9th day of February
A.D. at the house of C.E. Jennings in the county and State aforesaid join in lawful wedlock
C.E. Jennings of the county of Wallowa and State of Oregon and Edith E Hall of the county of
Wallowa and State of Oregon with their Mutual consent. F H Musty In the presence of
Wilson Jennings Orville E. Hall

Donated by Julie Botts

HAYDEN - KAY

Last Thursday evening the home of Mr. And Mrs. Geo. Hayden was the scene of a pretty
wedding when their youngest daughter, Helen Mae was united in marriage to Ralph D. Kay.
The marriage service was read by the Rev. Howard E. Cullison, pastor of the M.E. Church.
Only the immediate families of the young people were present. The ceremony was followed by an
elaborate dinner. Mr. And Mrs. Kay will be at home to their friends after October 15.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 9, 1919

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Last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ronald Wagner, was the scene of a shower in
honor of Miss Helen Hayden about fifteen young ladies were present. A clothes line to
which mysterious paper sacks were fastened formed the chief entertainment for the afternoon.
The sacks on being opened presented a generous array of kitchen utensils. A buffet luncheon
was served. The hostesses were Mrs. Ronald Wagner, Mrs. Wayne Wagner, Mrs. Herbert
Browning and Miss Ramona Roe.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 2, 1919

A.R. Huffman / Sylvia Graves

Rev. Sibley united in marriage A.R. Huffman and Miss Sylvia Graves last Monday evening,
Nov. 25th. They will reside in Enterprise.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday November 28, 1918

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 has a host of friends in Elgin who join in extending best wishes.

Elgin Recorder
Friday June 30, 1905

Ernest Humphreys / Margaret Greer

A marriage license was issued to Ernest Humphreys and Margaret Greer, both of Wallowa
on July 1st. The couple were united in marriage at Wallowa by Rev. C.C. Pratt, pastor
of the Methodist church at that place.

Wallowa County Reporter
July 8, 1920

Marion Isom / Selma Matthews

Mr. Marion Isom and Miss Selma Matthews were united in marriage by Rev. Sibley at the
Methodist parsonage yesterday, April 2nd.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday April 3, 1919

E.E. Jackson / Dortha Rich

E.E. Jackson, son of J.H. Jackson of Lostine, was united in marriage to Miss Dortha Rich
of Spokane on Sept. 28th. Mr. Jackson has lately changed his residence to Kimberly, B.C. where
he has a good position with a mining Co. He went from Lostine to Silverton, B.C. about three
years ago and remained with one firm until it closed down until after the war.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 31, 1918

Lester Jackson / Lettie McGraw

Lester Jackson and Lettie McGraw were married at the Christian parsonage Saturday
evening. Many friends wish these popular young people a happy journey along life's way.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday December 26, 1918

Harry F. Kelley / Margaret Kelly

Harry F. Kelley, well known stockman, was married to Elizabeth Margaret Kelly, at the
brides home in Vancouver, Wash. on June 23rd.

Wallowa County Reporter
July 8, 1920

 

Charles Kenworthy / Anna Wright

Mr. Chas. Kenworthy, of Alder, and Miss Anna Wright, of Hurrican Creek were united in
wedlock Wednesday evning of this week. Rev. Milar officiating. the happy couple were
the recipients of many valuable presents, and a host of friends extend to them best
wishes for a happy, prosperous life.

The Aurora
March 6, 1896

Benjamin H. Knapper / Nellie Mullen

A license to wed was granted Benj. H. Knapper and Nellie Mullen both of Joseph. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Pratt at Wallowa, April 24.

Wallowa County Reporter
April 29, 1920

Joseph F. Knothe / Lulu Bonne

Joseph F. Knothe, Mitchell, South Dakota to Miss Lulu Bonne of Enterprise, Oregon at
the Methodist parsonage at 7:30, Dec. 27th. (The following marrages are reported by
Rev. Homer E. Cullison this week.)

Wallowa County Reporter
January 1, 1920

Laird - Reece

Mr. Floyd E. Laird and Miss Marjorie Della Reese of Enterprise were united in marriage
by Rev. Cullison at the parsonage, last Thursday, Sept. 25th.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 2, 1919

Oscar Lamb / Esther Forbes

Flora and Vicinity

On March 1st last was solmenized the marriage of Oscar Lamb and Esther Forbes both
being residents of this wonderland of the north country. This paper extends congratulations
for a long and happy life.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday March 11, 1920

Arnold Laverty / Ora Wytha Pratt

A marriage license was granted to Mr. Arnold Laverty and Miss Ora Wytha Pratt, both of
Lostine and they were married by Rev. Cullison today.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 17, 1919

Willard Lewis / Edith I. Howe Marriage

Willard Lewis of Lostine and Miss Edith I. Howe of Eugene, Oregon were united in
marriage at La Grande on Monday, April 8th. They came to Lostine Tuesday and will make
their home on their farm near Lostine. Mr. Lewis is a son of Mr. And Mrs. Jay Lewis and
a popular young man wherever known. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Rev. Bogue of Wallowa
and is a very charming young lady. Their many friends extend hearty congratulations.

Wallowa County Reporter
April 10, 1918

Oscar V. Lumpkins / Esthur Forbes

A quiet wedding occurred Monday at one o'clock at the Methodist parsonage in Enterprise
when Miss Esthur Forbes and Oscar V. Lumpkins, both of Flora were united in marriage
by the Rev. H.E. Cullison. A few close friends witnessed the ceremony. The young people left
on the afternoon train for a short trip to Caldwell after which they will return to
Flora to make their home.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday March 4, 1920

 

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