Wallowa County Marriages/Anniversaries - W - Z

Frank WADDINGTON / Rhoda WEST
Harry WADE / Sylvia APPLEGATE
Ronald WAGNER / Helena KAY
Wayne WAGNER / Carrie FALCONER
H. Earl WARNOCK / Belva HAMILTON
Harry E. WARNOCK / Vaunie THOMPSON
James E. WARNOCK / Myrle OWENBY
Vernon E. Warnock / Rue WHITMORE
W.A. WARNOCK / Jean PATTEN
Fred WEINHARD / Nina MILLER
Arthur E. WELCH / Amy OLMSTED
W.W. WHITE Anniversary
Charles G. WHITMORE / Mrs. STONG
Orla WIGGLESWORTH / Lucy VICTOR
Simmons O. WILLIAMS / Hallie M. YOUNG
Forest L. WILSON / Dora RICHMOND
William Garland WINCHESTER / Elsie Bertma VANDERPOOL
Charles WOLFER / Estella COOK
C.D. WOODS / Edna CHAMBERS

Mr. Frank Waddington and Miss Rhoda West, both of Enterprise, were married
by Rev. Sibley at the parsonage last Monday.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday May 22, 1919

Wade - Applegate Wedding

At 6:30 in the morning of September 1, 1917, at the bride's home in Flora, Oregon, Rev.
Jasper Bogue, of Wallowa officiated in the ceremony which united in the bonds of holy matrimony,
Harry S. Wade of Lostine, Oregon and Miss Sylvia Applegate of Flora.

The ceremony was witnessed by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gosch and the parents and little
sister Vadna, of the bride. After a delightful wedding breakfast the young couple left for
a short camping trip in the Lostine Canyon.

Miss Sylvia was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Applegate, prominent and highly
esteemed resident of Flora. She graduated from the Wallowa High School in the class of 1917.
The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wade, pioneer residents of Wallowa county living
near Lostine. Both young people are Wallowa county born and having lived here through the
years of their life are widely and most favorably known and highly esteemed bya a large circle
of friends who wish them all the best possible in their new home. They will reside on
Mr. Wade's farm near Lostine.

Wallowa County Reporter
September 6, 1917

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Flora News Notes

A quiet home wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Applegate, Saturday
morning which made the daughter of the host and hostess Miss Sylvia, the wife of Harry Wade
of Lostine. No one was present excepting the immediate family and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gosche
. The ceremony took place at 7 o'clock conducted by the Christian minister of Wallowa after
which a dainty wedding breakfast was served. The happy bridegroom immediately started for
home with his newly made wife. These estimable young people have the well wishes
of the Flora people.

Wallowa County Reporter
September 6, 1917

Double Wedding

Four very popular young people slipped quietly out of the city Tuesday evening by auto
and going as far as wallowa, showed the proper credentials to the Rev. Cook at the Methodist
church who united in marriage Miss Carrie Falconer and Wayne Wagner: also Miss Helena
Kay and Ronald Wagner, all of Enterprise.

These young people are all prominent in the social life of the town and have grown from
childhood to maturity here, and the entire city unites with the Reporter in most sincere good
wishes for future happiness and success.

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wagner will be at home in the near future to their friends, in their home,
occupied for the past six years by Chas. Bilyeu. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wanger went to
housekeeping at once in the Aurthur Scott residence and are at home to their friends.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday July 17, 1919

Warnock - Hamilton. H. Earl Warnock and Miss Belva Hamilton, both of Imnaha,
were united in marriage Saturday by Justice A. B. Conoway. Mr. Warnock is one of the
leading stockmen of the Imnaha and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Warnock of this city. The
bride is a popular young lady of the Imnaha country.

Wallowa County Reporter
Wednesday December 19, 1917

An Easter wedding occurred at ten o'clock Sunday morning at W. P. Warnock home
when their son, Harry E., was united in marriage to Vaunie Thompson of the Imnaha.
The ceremony was performed in the presence of a few relatives by the Rev. Cullison.

Wallowa County Reporter
April 8, 1920

James E. Warnock and Miss Myrle Elinor Owenby, teacher at the Park on the Imnaha,
were united in marriage by Rev. Sibley last Sunday, April 13th at 9 a.m. They left immediately
by auto for the Imnaha.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday April 17, 1919

Sunday at the M. E. parsonage Rev. Homer Cullison united in marriage Miss Rue
Whitmore and Mr. Vernon E. Warnock. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitmore
reside on a ranch near Enterprise and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Warnock.
They were attended at the ceremony by Mrs. W. P. Warnock and Mrs. Frank Reavis.

Wallowa County Reporter
December 30, 1920

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Witmore - Warnock

The marriage of Rue Whitmore, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitmore to
Vernon E.  Warnock, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Warnock will interest many friends of both these
prominent families. The bride is a charming girl who has attended the Enterprise high school
and the state university. Mr. Warnock also attended school here and is a prosperous stock man
in association with his father and brothers. The marriage was performed by Rev.
Homer E. Cullison of the Methodist church at his home Sunday afternoon Dec. 26, 1920,
in the presence of Mrs. Warnock, and Mrs. F. A. Reavis, a relative of the bride. Best wishes
are extended by a host of friends.

Enterprise Record Chieftain
Front Page  Thursday
December 30, 1920

Miss Jean Patten and W. A. Warnock were married in La Grande in the Parlors of the
Savoy Hotel on Friday, July 26, by Rev. G. H. Feese, pastor of the First M. E. church of
that city. Both young people are well known and well liked by all their many friends in Joseph
who certainly which the happy bride and groom all kinds of good luck.

Wallowa County Reporter
Wednesday July 31, 1918

The marriage of Miss Nina O. Miller to Fred Weinhard was solemnized at the home
of the bride's parents last Wednesday. Rev. Sibley of the Methodist church officiating.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. Miller of this city and the groom is a young
farmer north of Wallowa. They left the same afternoon for their future home.

Wallowa County Reporter
January 30, 1918

AMY OLMSTED WEDS
LIEUTENANT WELCH
Ceremony Performed Monday Evening In Portland at Dr. Boyd's Home

Miss Amy Olmsted was married Monday evening, June 17, 1918, to Lieut. Arthur
E. Welch, who is employed in the production of spruce for the United States aviation service
. The ceremony was performed by Dr. John H. Boyd of the First Presbyterian church of
Portland, at his residence. Aaron L. Olmsted, brother of the bride, was the only
member of the family present.

Mr. and Mrs. Welch will keep house at Vancouver or Portland, as the lieutenant's duties,
it is expected, will keep him at the mills while the war lasts.

The Olmsted family, and a few of the bride's intimate friends, knew the wedding was to
take place this year, but expected it would be delayed until fall. So their surprise was not
great at learning of the marriage. Mr. Welch was here for several weeks last summer. He
could not get away from his duty to come to Enterprise for the wedding, as the family had
hoped. He and his bride have been friends for upwards of four years.

Miss Olmsted is one of the most capable and energetic young women who have grown
up in Wallowa county. She was graduated from the University of Washington, and then took
a number of special courses, giving much attention to music. She has taught school at Lostine
and for two years was instructor of music in the Enterprise schools. Her work was marked
by thoroness and a conscientious insistence of pupils doing their work well. She found spare
time enough to take a prominent part in public activities, and was a forceful speaker. Her
address at the unveiling of the Federated church service flag made a distinct impression, and her
talks on the various war causes showed her ability. She was matron of the Wallowa Valley
chapter of the Eastern Star, and went to Portland, as its delegate, leaving home Friday, June 7.

Mr. Welch is a New Yorker and has degrees from the University of Washington and the
Michigan Agricultural college, logging engineering being his specialty. After working for a
lumber company in California and being engaged in biological research for an Idaho
concern, he went to the Presidio, San Francisco, where he entered the second reserve officers'
training camp, where he won his rank as lieutenant. Because of his scientific and technical
training he was placed in the spruce division.

The best wishes of many friends go with the couple.

Enterprise Record Chieftain
Thursday June 20, 1918

Thirty-Second Wedding Anniversary

On Sunday June 27, Mr. and Mrs. W.W. White entertained a few friends in honor of their
thirty-second wedding anniversary. The table was bountifully spread with a delicious dinner,
the centerpiece being an enormous bouquet of pansies on a cut glass mirror. Covers were
laid for the following guests: Mrs. Tierney, Mrs. A. Kirkland, Mrs. A. R. Gardiner and
daughter Jean of Kenniwick and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Moody. The wedding which occured
thirty two years ago was celebrated at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Samms of Alder Slope, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Shields of Joseph.
Following the wedding, the party accompanied the bride and groom to their own home
and spent the evening. The bride had been a successful teacher in different sections of the
county for a number of years, and Mr. White was a pioneer rancher.

Wallowa County Reporter
July 1, 1920

Chas. G. Whitmore and Mrs. Stong of Lostine were married Wednesday evening,
May 1st, at Evans, Rev. Jasper Bogue officiating.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday May 8, 1918

Wigglesworth - Victor Nuptials

At the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dishman, in this city, at high noon, Wednesday,
April 12th, occurred a very pretty wedding at which Mr. Orla S. Wigglesworth and Miss
Lucy Victor of Wallowa county, were united in marriage.

The ceremony was performed by Rev. W.H. Blakeney, of Pendleton, under the rites of the
Presbyterian church. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Maud Victor, as bridesmaid.
The wedding gown was a handsome creation of silm mall, with silk bridal veil and was
embellished with orange blossoms. The bride carried white bride roses. The bridesmaid was
gowned in pink silk and carried pink roses. The groom was attired in the convential black.

The ceremony was witnessed by a selected party of the brides friends in Elgin and was
followed by a choice wedding dinner. On Wednesday afternoon the happy couple left
this city for their home in Wallowa county, to which they carried the kindliest
wishes of all who know them.

Mr. Wigglesworth is one of the substantial and rising young men of his home county, in
which he is owner of valuable interests and is prominent in business circles. Miss Victor
is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Victor of Wallowa Canyon, and is well known as one
of the most estimable young ladies of this region, having at one time resided in Elgin,
where she has many friends.

The following presents were received from friends of the contrcting parties: Silver knife and
forks, Mr. and Mrs. W.I. Dishman; pictue, Mr. and Mrs. Wurzweiler; sugar shell and butter
knife, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Woods; two pieces cut glass, Misses Lydia Austin, Ethel Couch,
Hattie Glenn, Clara Hager, and Mabel Tuttle; spoons, Clarence and Ruth Dishman;
dinner  set, Messre S. E. Harris, L. B. Tuttle, R. H. Buck, Geo. E. Swafford, J. E.
Robertson and Geo. C. Mapes.

Elgin Recorder
Friday April 14, 1905

Young - Williams

Hallie M. Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Young, was married Tuesday
afternoon, Dec. 28, 1920, to Simmons O. Williams. Justice Conaway performed
the ceremony. Friends join in best wishes.

Enterprise Record Chieftain
Front Page  Thursday
December 30, 1920

Forest L. Wilson and Miss Dora Richmond of Troy were united in marriage
by Rev. Cullison, Tuesday, January 20th. They are young people of the Troy community.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday January 22, 1920

Wm. Garland Winchester and Miss Elsie Bertma Vanderpool were united in
marriage by Rev. Sibley on Saturday, October 19th. Both of the contracting parties
are residents of Enterprise.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday October 24, 1918

Chas. Wolfer and Estella Cook were united in marriage on Wednesday, Sept. 11th
at Enterprise by Justice of the Peace, A.B. Conoway.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday September 19, 1918

Word has been received of the marriage of Miss Edna Chambers and C.D. Woods,
of Baker. The wedding occurred Dec. 4, at the home of Miss Chambers sister at the Dalles.

Wallowa County Reporter
Thursday December 25, 1919

 

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