Wallowa County Marriages/Anniversaries - S

John Wesley SASSER / Gladys May BAKER
Theodore SCHMIDT / Marion BARNES
Victor SEARLES / Rosaline MARVIN
Harold R. SHINTAFFER / Leo M. HEARING
James SMITH / Beatrice SHELTON
Reed SMITH / Freda Becker
Charles SOUTHWICK / Laura MILLER
George STARR / Grace WALKER
C.R. STRAUMBAUGH / Wavel HARVEY
Walter STUBBLEFIELD / Mrs. Effie THORNTON
John R. SUBER / Anna M. BARNES
Moss SWAN / Verna HANCY

John Wesley Sasser and Miss Gladys May Baker both of Enterprise were united
in marriage by Rev. Sibley on Sunday, October 20.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 24, 1918

Theodore Schmidt and Miss Marion Barnes, both of Joseph, were quietly
married last Saturday, Rev. Sibley officiated.

Wallowa County Reporter
January 20, 1918

Victor A. Searles, of Lostine, to Rosaline Marvin, of Lostine, at the parsonage
at 2 p.m., Dec. 28th. (The following marriages reported by rev. Homer E. Cullison this week.)

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday January 1, 1920

Harold R. Shintaffer and Miss Leo M. Hearing on Monday at 1:30 at the home
of Rev. Hughes. These parties were from Wallowa. Mr. and Mrs.Hearing were the present guests.

Wallowa County Reporter
Wednesday December 19, 1917

James Smith and Beatrice Shelton both of Wallowa were united in marriage by
Rev. Sibley last Monday, October 7th.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 10, 1918

A quiet wedding ceremony was performed last Thursday evening at La Grande at
6:30 when the Rev. Smith of the Presbyterian church, united in marriage, Miss Freda Becker
and Mr. Reed Smith, both of this city. Following the ceremony the young couple left for a
short trip into Washington returning to Enterprise Wednesday noon. They will go to housekeeping
at once in the Burnaugh apartments. Both young people are well known in the city and have a great
many friends who unite with the Reporter in extending good wishes.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday September 4, 1919

Chas. F. Southwick and Miss Laura Miller both of Wallowa were united in marriage
last Monday August 18th at 5 p.m. by Rev. Sibley. They will make their home on the
Delbert Mitchell ranch on Prairie Creek.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday August 21, 1919

A very pretty home wedding was solemnized by Rev. Cook at the W.L. Walker
home last Thursday noon, when Miss Grace Walker was united in marriage to Mr. Geo.
Star of Butte, Montana. The couple left immediately for Willamette valley, the former home
of the bride, after a honeymoon trip they will locate in Montana.

Wallowa County Reporter
Wednesday February 2, 1918

C.R. Straumbaugh and Miss Wavel Harvey, both of Enterprise, were married by
Rev. Dunn on Tuesday, Nov. 26th.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday November 28, 1918

Walter Stubblefield and Mrs. Effie Thornton were united in marriage by Rev. Sibley
on Monday evening, Jany. 13th, 1919. Both are well known in this city and the bride is the
manager of the City Hotel. The groom is now deputy sheriff.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday January 16, 1919

John R. Suber of Joseph and Miss Anna M. Barnes of Elgin, both school teachers
of their respective towns, were quietly married in the parlor of the Enterprise Hotel
by Rev. Hughes last Saturday.

Wallowa County Reporter
January 20, 1918

Swan - Haney Wedding

The marriage of Moss Randolph Swan and Verna Haney was solemnized at the Haney
home in this city on Monday evening at 9:30 in the presence of a few invited guests. Rev.
B.S. Hughes, the new paster of the Federated Church, performed the ceremony.

Wallowa County Reporter
September 20, 1917

 

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