Curtis, R. A. and Crandall, O. H., Dr.
There was a small company at the residence of Mrs. R. A. Curtis, on Vermont street, last evening, to witness the marriage of the hostess to Dr. O. H. Crandall, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. William Waller, of the First Baptist church. The event was an interesting one for others besides those present, the couple having many friends in the city. The doctor is well and favorably known professionally, his skill as a physician caring for him public regard which must be heightened by the fact of his marriage.
[Source: The Quincy Daily Whig, March 9, 1880, Transcribed by Debbie Gibson]
Bomgardner, Eva and Evatt, Frank
The marriage of Mr. Frank Evatt to Miss Eva Bomgardner is an event which has been anticipated with considerable interest. The ceremony was performed at the Vermont Street M. E. church, the Rev. Mr. Stout, pastor of the church, officiating. Miss Gracie Bomgardner, sister of the bride, and Mr. Henry Spellman were the attendants, Messers. Charles Howell, George Lyford, A. M. Jones and E. Keck acting as ushers. The church was very neatly decorated for the occasion, beautiful bouquets and an elegant floral horse-since forming the altar ornaments. As the bridal party proceeded up the aisle Miss Minnie garrott and Miss Hattie Allen played the wedding march on the piano and organ. After the ceremony at the church a very pleasant reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. And Mrs. J. W. Bomgardner. Mr. Evatt is a young gentleman who is very highly respected by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances, and he will be heartily congratulated on securing so estimable a lady for a wife.
[Source: The Quincy Daily Journal, March 11, 1880, Transcribed by Debbie Gibson]
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