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Subject: [PACLEARF] Clearfield Republican July 26, 1901 - Weddings & Cupid's Dart
Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2000 21:31:28 -0500
Ivan S. Larimer and Miss Sarah J. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F.
Smith, were married at the home of the brides parents on Witmer Street,
Thursday afternoon, July 18, 1901, by Rev. M.K. Foster of the M.E. Church.
The ceremony was performed in the presence of a select number of near
relatives and friends. The parlor was handsomely decorated with plants and
flowers. At the conclusion of the ceremony an elaborate diner was served.
The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, young, handsome,
accomplished and popular. The groom is in charge of the plumbing department
of F. Johnson & Bro's. business. He is a popular young man, industrious,
energetic and sure to succeed. The Republican extends congratulations.
BLACK - AMES
At the Lutheran parsonage in New Millport, John G. Black and Miss Bertha R.
Ames, of Ansonville, were united in marriage by Rev. I.P. Hawkins. May
happiness and prosperity attend them constantly through life.
REESER - DILLEN
A.J. Reeser, formerly of Houtzdale, now of Windber, Somerset county, and
Miss Blanche Dillon, of Kerrmoor, were married at Windber July 3, 1901.
Hit by Cupid's Dart
Clerk of Orphan's Court Jimeson issued the following marriage licenses the
Emtl T. Wilhelm, Penfield
Jennie M. Petterson, Penfield
Goorge C. Deitrich, Rosebud
May Morris, Coalport
Ivan Larimer, Clearfield
Sarah Smith, Clearfield
William H. Hern, Hawk Run
Blanche Slee, Hawk Run
Martin Vishnesky, Helvetia
Watie Suava Maseroski, Helvetia
Joel H. Glass, Flinton, PA
Myrtle V. Baughman, West Moshannon
Norman R. Snyder, Altoona
Grace M. Spanogle, Atlantic City
Charles F. Taylor, DuBois
Cornilia E. Lowe, DuBois
George Kosak, Jr., Ramey
Mary Morncok, Ramey
Michael McMahon, Woodward
Ada E. Hall, Woodward
Adam Reese, Morrisdale
Elizabeth Rosebosky, Morrisdale
Gloria Butler Davis