Jeanne-Louise Wie became the bride of Larry D. Justice in an afternoon ceremony Sept. 9 at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church.
The bride is a seventh generation descendant of the Jerome Walling family, which settled in Amity after crossing the country by covered wagon.
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Lawrence William Scheunemann and Miss Emily Carol Rorick are engaged. Both are students at the University of Wisconsin. Her parents are Atty. and Mrs. Alan G. Rorick, Brecksville, Ohio, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Scheunemann of Oconomowoc.
The couple plans to be married at 2:00 p.m. on June 12 at the Brecksville Congregational church.
Source: Milwaukee Journal, February 18, 1965.
Outstanding among Wayland’s early winter church weddings was that of Miss Ethelyn Mauchmar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mauchmar of Wayland, and Bernath R. McBride, so of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McBride of Hopkins which took place at 8 o’clock Friday evening, December 7th in the Methodist church at Wayland.
Before an altar flanked with palms, white chrysanthemums and candelabra the double ring service was performed by Rev. John Miles. Mrs. Ethel Deardorff played the traditional wedding march and Miss Berdine Chapple sang “Because” and “O Promise Me.”
Jay Smith asisted [sic] as best man while Billy Mauchmar, brother of the bride, and Merlin Conners of Grand Rapids seated the guests.
Approximately 150 guests were served at the reception in the church annex from a table attractively set with the bride’s cake and light tapers. Assisting about the room were Miss Esther Tanner and Mrs. Hilda Tanner.
Source: Allegan News, December 21, 1945.
An exceptionally pretty home wedding took place this morning at 11 o’clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jansen Bross, 6 Lyman street, when Miss Lillian Mae Garrabrant, daughter of Mrs. Maude Bross Garrabrant, was united in marriage to Stanley Thomas Boyce, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Boyce, of Matamoras.
The event was of double interest, as it was the forty-eighth wedding anniversary of the bride’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jansen Bross.
The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Charles M. Ackerman, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, in the presence of only the immediate families of the bride and groom.
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As a charming courtesy to welcome home their Ensign Alton Murray Barlow and his bride, the former Caddie Condon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.F. Condon of 3724 Berry Drive, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Barlow entertained with a reception Sunday evening at their home 11048 Hortense street. This was the first trip home for Ensign Barlow since his enlistment three years ago in the U.S. Navy. He is assigned to a destroyer and leaving soon for oversea duty.
Miss Condon accompanied by her mother flew to New York in the spring where she was married May 9, in the chapel at the Marine Academy at King’s Point Long Island, where the bridegroom was stationed. This is the first time home for the bride. She and her husband left Tuesday after a short stay, for San Francisco where Ensign Barlow had to report.
More than 150 friends assemble to congratulate the young and extend greetings to them. Both have a host of friends in the Valley where they have lived and attended school. The bride is a past queen on North Hollywood Bethel Job’s Daughters, an accomplished pianist and teacher. Mrs. Barlow expects to remain here while her husband is overseas.
Source: North Hollywood Valley Times, August 17, 1943.
United in marriage at the chapel of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, Long Island, N.Y., May 13, at 6:15 p.m. Miss Caddie Condon, lovely and accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton F. Condon of 3724 Berry Drive, North Hollywood, became the bride of Ensign Alton Murray Barlow, U.S.N.R., son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Barlow of 11048 Hortense street.
The double ring ceremony was performed by Father Pollard of the Episcopalian Diocese of the High Church, attended by the high ranking officers of the Merchant Marine Academy and their wives. The ceremony was read from a white bride’s prayerbook, a gift of Father Wurtel of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Hollywood, who bade the bridge godspeed at the airport upon her departure from North Hollywood to New York.
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Choosing an informal party on Sunday to entertain a few friends, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. [sic] Condon surprised the group by announcing the betrothal of their talented daughter Caddie to Midshipman Alton Murray Barlow of the United States Merchant Marines, U.S.N.R.
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Fresno Woman To Be Bride Of Justice Walling
Mrs. Mattie E. Johnson of Fresno and Ernest Walling of Fresno, formerly of Madera, will be united in marriage Sunday, July 11th, at the First Congregational church in Fresno, it was recently announced.
Mr. Walling, justice appointee of the third township justice court of Fresno, lived in Madera for several years. Ernest Walling is the brother of Jesse Walling he is the brother of Jesse Walling [sic] and John Walling of Fowler and George Walling of Fresno and Huntington Lake.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Casey of Marshall township announce the marriage of their daughter, Genevieve, to Kenneth Pemberton of this city. The wedding occurred Thursday, January 19, at Angola, Ind., the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Mr. Humfreys.
Source: Marshall Evening Chronicle, May 12, 1933.
Elnora Crooks was granted a divorce from her husband Seymour Crooks by Judge Ambler Wednesday afternoon on the grounds of cruelty. The plaintiff was represented by Attorney W.M. Roach.
Source: Stark County Democrat, January 19, 1906.