COWLEY COUNTY, KANSAS
BATES, JAMES E. ~ ROSEBROUGH, MAUDE G.
Maude G. Rosebrough of Topeka, formerly of Hutchinson and Sgt. James E. Bates, of Dermott, Ark., were united in marriage in the Strother Field chapel at Winfield. February 27. Sgt. Bates is stationed at Strother Field and he will be joined by Mrs. Bates at Winfield in a short time to make their home in Winfield. Sgt. Bates is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bates of Dermott, Ark. (The Hutchinson Record Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Friday, March 10, 1944 page - 4 *** column - 2 submitted by Rose Stout)
CARSON, IVY & HILDERBRAND, MARY L.
Married - Hilderbrand --- Carson - On the 15th inst., Elder J. Elliott at the residence of J. E. Ulmer, of Langdon, Miss Mary L. Hilderbrand, of Langdon and Mr. Ivy Carson, of Cowley county. (Hutchinson News (Weekly) Hutchinson, Reno County, Kansas Thursday, December 27, 1877 page - 3 *** column - 3 submitted by Rose Stout)
FONES, SCOTT A. ~ ASTLE, AMY B.
HARBAUGH, CHARLES ~ DOTTS, LULU
Chas. Harbaugh, son of H. Harbaugh, Cowley county poor farm commissioner, was married at Perry last Tuesday to Miss Lulu Dotts of that city. Charlie is now conducting the Baden Produce Co.; branch office at Perry and has many Cowley county friends who send him greetings.
UTLEY, W. J. ~ BOWERS, PRUDENCE
Sunday afternoon (July 21) at 3 o'clock W. J. Utley, eldest son of the superintendent of the Cowley county poor farm, and Miss Prudence Bowers were quietly married at the bride's residence six miles west of Arkansas City. Rev. Lake did the cementing act. Miss Bowers is favorably known in the county as she has been a successful school teacher.---Winfield Telegram
WILLIAMS, ARVIE ~ DeHAVEN, JENNIE
Mr. Arvie Williams and Miss Jennie DeHaven were married at the home of Rev. Goodwill, Sunday, January 27th, at six o'clock. The young people are well and favorably known here, where they will make their future home. They moved into thei rnew home Wednesday.
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