The GazetteJanuary 18, 1905 Last Wednesday morning at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Ella Cook, Miss Bertha Cook was married to Mr. Herbert Sanders. The pretty little parlor was decorated with evergreens and chrysanthemums, and was filled to overflowing with the friends of the families. Promptly at ten o'clock Mr. K. A. Pleasant … Continue reading Sanders – Cook
The GazetteJanuary 22, 1998 A country barn on Green Acres Farm near Bernice provided the setting on Saturday, January 10, 1998, for the ceremony uniting in marriage Cherry Green and Barry Lockwood of Farmerville. Dr. Daniel Hall of Bernice performed the double ring ceremony with nuptial music provided by vocalists Joan Atwell and Lee Green and … Continue reading Lockwood – Green
The Gazette October 7, 1903 Married, at the residence of the bride's father, at Marion, La., on Wednesday, September 23rd, 1903, Mr. Robert R. Rhymes, of Richland Parish, to Miss Nonnie Roark. The bride is the popular, beautiful and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Roark, while the groom is a talented young … Continue reading Rhymes – Roark Wedding
The Gazette March 18, 1903 Mr. Ellis T. Powell and Miss Lula May Roark will stand before Hymen's altar Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Marion, La., March 17, to take the vows of holy wedlock, Rev. J. H. Hughes officiating. Miss Lula is the daughter of J. H. Roark, long one of Marion's leading … Continue reading Powell – Roark
The Gazette December 10, 1902 Justice of the Peace Henry Bundy of Jersy City recently married Mrs. Mary Becker, and the ceremony was performed before a mirror. The bribe-groom officiated as the minister, and looking in the glass asked the usual questions of his own reflection, and answered them himself. Then he pronounced the couple … Continue reading Groom Officiated Wedding
The Gazette October 29, 1902 In Farmerville this morning at 9 o'clock Mr. Oscar Baughman and Miss Donie Laupheimer were untied in the holy bonds of matrimony. The wedding was a quiet affair, only relatives and a few special friends being present At the appointed hour, stepping to the gentle strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, … Continue reading Baughman – Laupheimer
The Gazette September 3, 1902 The home of Mr. R. M. Hardy of Ruston, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday, September the second, nineteen hundred and two. The contracting parties were Mr. James Guy Trimble of Farmerville, Louisiana, and Miss Matty Felix Hardy, of Ruston, Louisiana. Promptly at half past seven … Continue reading Trimble – Hardy Marriage
Pearl Harris I don't think I used to set goals for myself but I think I did. But they were all fairly easy to reach. But the two goals I just reached meant a lot to me. I set a goal to see my great granddaughter get her degree at LA Tech and she did … Continue reading Setting Goals
The Gazette January 30, 1901 This morning at 10 o'clock Miss Celia Arent and Mr. J. W. Taylor were untied in the holy bonds of wedlock. At the appointed hour Mendelssohn's familiar wedding march, artistically rendered by Miss Dosie Laupheimer, announcing the approach of the bridal couple. The contracting parties took their positions in the center … Continue reading Taylor – Arent
The Gazette June 13, 1900 Bright and early Monday morning Mr. R. L. Sharrier and Miss Lon McBroom, of the "Dark Corner" neighborhood, came to town and made inquiries for the clerk of court and a preacher. At their usual office hours Clerk Everett and Parson Archer put in their appearance. The parties made known … Continue reading Sharrier – McBroom
The Gazette April 4, 1900 Monday morning Judge Chandler was called upon to tie the nuptial knot for Mr. Jab Belin and Miss Ophelia Garner, a runaway couple from Bradley County, Ark. The Judge did the work up in short order, after which the happy couple went on their way rejoicing. They did not arrange … Continue reading “Set ’em Up”
The Gazette January 10, 1900 The editor acknowledges receipt of an invitation to attend the marriage of Miss Fannie Lansing, of Union , Miss., to Mr. W. F. Grafton, of Shiloh, which event will be solemnized at the residence of the brides's parents on Thursday, Jan. 11, 1900.
The Gazette December 20, 1899 At the residence of the bride's parents, near Shiloh, on Thursday evening, Dec. 14, 1899, Mr. Wm. Burns, of Union Co., Ark., and Miss Ethel Tabor of Union Parish, La. Justice W. P. Chandler performed the ceremony.
The Gazette September 27, 1899 Last Wednesday morning a large company of friends assembled at the Trimble residence to witness the marriage of Miss Anna Laura Trimble to Mr. William Evans Dean. At the appointed hour the inspiring strains of Meudelssohn's wedding march, pealed forth from the skillful touch of Miss Naunie Dean, of Portland … Continue reading Dean – Trimble
The Gazette December 21, 1898 Last Sunday afternoon a few relatives and friends assembled at the residence of Mr. E. M. Dean, six miles northeast of Farmerville, to witness the marriage of his daughter, Miss Ethel Dean, to Mr. Sidney C. Selig. The ceremony was performed by Judge W. P. Chandler, in his usual pleasing … Continue reading Selig – Dean