CALLAHAN - SIEMRO
Miss Helen Siemro, the popular “ticket girl” at the Arlington Theatre, became the bride of Tony Callahan at the home of the groom in DeKalb, Ill., Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 29 at three o’clock.
The ceremony took place at the DeKalb Baptist church. Miss Helen had kept quiet the news of the wedding and it was a big surprise to all except a very few. Mr. and Mrs. Callahan will make their home with her mother, on Wing Street. Mr. Callahan spent the past year in Arlington Heights and has many friends here, while his bride has lived here all her life. The wedding explains the blushing smiles that the patrons of the theatre have been receiving with each ticket they have been buying the past week. It is not every day that a theatre girls becomes a bride, you know. [Daily Herald Suburban Chicago, Arlington Heights, Illinois, Friday, December 31, 1926]
CLEARY - MCDONALD
Mr. G.F. Cleary and Mrs. May C. MacDonald of this place were married in Wenatchee last Friday morning by Judge Palmer. The groom, Mr. Cleary, is a recent arrival here, his home being in Ellensburg. Mrs. MacDonald is a former resident of Sycamore, Illinois. The young couple returned to this place the following day and will make their home here. ["The Leavenworth Echo". (Leavenworth, Wash.), March 05, 1909 - Sub. by K.T]
HOPKINS - EVANS
Miss Phyllis Evans daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Evans of Ladd and Mr. Charles Hopkins of DeKalb were united in marriage at DeKalb Monday morning Sept. 24. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkins of Sycamore. The happy couple arrived in Ladd Monday evening for a visit at the home of the bride’s parents. They will make their home in DeKalb. [Princeton Bureau County Tribune, Princeton, Illinois, Friday, October 5, 1923]
JOHNSON - GARDINER
BRIDEGROOM ABSENT- ANOTHER ACCEPTED
Marinette, Wis, November 25th -- One hundred guests assembled at the home of Mrs. Joe Rocque to attend the wedding of Mrs. Rocque's sister, Miss Mary Louise Gardiner of Sycamore, Illinois, to Benjamin Nelson of Lena, Wisconsin.
When Nelson did not appear at the appointed time, Karl Johnson, a guest and former suitor of Miss Gardiner, stepped forward and offered himself as a substitute. After the ceremony the bride said she was much more pleased with the unexpected turn of affairs. ["Daily Public Ledger". (Maysville, Ky.), November 26, 1910 - Sub. by KT]
NISBET - HARPER
Married at Ross Grove, De Kalb County, May 4th, by Rev. N. Warriner, Mr. Matthew Nisbet, to Miss Nancy Harper [The Ottawa Free Trader, Ottawa, Illinois, May 14, 1847]
WAGNER - HOUGH
Married at St. Charles, Kane Co., on the 27th inst. by the Rev. Mr. Rounsville, Mr. Joseph H. Wagner of Aurora to Miss Lois, daughter of B. Hough Esq., of Somonauk, De Kalb Co. [The Ottawa free trader., October 06, 1843 - NP - Sub by FoFG]
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