Wallowa County Marriages/Anniversaries Q - R

Winford QUINN / Ida SHUMWAY
Chet RILEY / STONE
Robert E. RILEY / Faye WADE
James W. ROBINSON /  Mrs. Maud HOWARD
Joseph ROUNSAVELL / Carrie ROUP
Alvin ROYAL / Ethel SHAW
Glenn RUSSELL / Laura KOOCH

Winford Quinn, of Joseph, to Miss Ida Saxon Shumway of Enterprise, at the parsonage at 7:30 p.m.
Dec 27th. (The following marriages are reported by Rev. Homer E. Colluson this week)

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday January 1, 1920

Chet Riley surprised his many friends by returning home yesterday with a bride. The
lucky lady was Miss Stone, a former employee of the Axtell drugstore.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 17, 1918

Riley - Wade

The home of Dr. & Mrs. C.T. Hockett was the scene of a quiet wedding ceremony Thursday at one o'clock,
when Faye Wade & Robert E. Riley were united in marriage. The marriage service was read by
the Rev. Homer Collison. Only a few close friends & relatives were present.

Following the ceremony a luncheon was given by the brides sister, Mrs. Hockett. The young
people left on the afternoon train for Portland where they will make their home.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday April 1, 1920

James W. Robison and Mrs. Maud Howard were married last Thursday by Justice
A. B. Conaway.

Enterprise Record Chieftain
 Thurs. March 28, 1912

Transcribed by Charlotte Carper

Miss Carrie Roop and Joseph Rounsavell were married in Enterprise, Oct. 5th
by Rev. Dunn the Christian minister.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 17, 1918

Miss Ethel Shaw left Saturday for Nampa, Idaho, where she is to be
married to Alvin Royal of that city.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday March 20, 1919

Russell - Kooch

Glenn Russell and Miss Laura Kooch, both of Enterprise, were united in marriage
at Wallowa yesterday Oct 1, 1919 by Rev. Pratt. The happy couple left on the first
train from Wallowa for a trip to Portland, Pendleton and Lewiston. the groom has a
cattle ranch on the Snake River but they will make their home in Enterprise temporarily.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 2, 1919

 

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