BioM: Arms, Eveline May (1901)


Surnames: Andrews, Arms, Kloster, Marx

Source: Greenwood Gleaner, 8/13/901

Arms, Eveline May (9? Aug 1901)

Franklin Hutton Andrews of this city and Miss Eveline May Arms of the town of Loyal were married at 10 o clock Sunday morning at the home of the bride s parents, Joseph and Margaret Arms, Rev. W. E. Kloster officiating. Only a few near relatives were present. The bride s brother, Orval Arms, and Miss Hattie Marx stood with the bridal pair.

It had been intended to have the ceremony performed at the home of the groom s parents, Uncle Steve and Aunt Hattie Andrews , Sunday being the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding, but the feeble health of each of the aged people made this unwise.

Both bride and groom are well-known in Greenwood and Loyal, each having grown up in their respective neighborhoods. For several years the former has taught school, she having taught in the Greenwood school. She has always been held in highest esteem by all who knew her. Both husband and wife are to be congratulated and the best wishes of all their friends go with them as they settle down at once to housekeeping with his people in town, where the groom has charge of the farm.



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