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Subject: [PACLEARF] CLEARFIELD REPUBLICAN - April 11, 1902 - Cupid's Dart and Wedding(s)
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 01:05:26 -0500


Hit by Cupid's Dart
Clerk of Orphans' Court Jimeson issued the following marriage licenses
the
Past week:

C.J. MARTORA, Mahaffey
Mary ZRINKO, Urey

Edward SHAW, Westover
Teresa WITHEROW, New Millport

George Riebling
Elizabeth GEIS, both of Osceola Mills

Samuel SCHROCK
Mary KEPHART, both of Beccaria

Truman LONDON, Pine
Margaret SOLIDA, Bell

John RUSSELL
Verna SCHOCH, both of DuBois

William SINCLAIR
Lizzie TAYLOR, both of Woodward

Fred INGHRAM
Ella HALL, both of Philipsburg

John HOUZIOVAN
Sophia STOBA, both of Grass Flat

H.D. HEILBRUN, Philadelphia
M.R. WITHEROW, New Millport

James THOMPSON
Sarah ELLINGER, both of DuBois

Rufus HOCKENBERRY
Virgie KILLIAN, both of Chest

John LUKASS
Mary SWAB, both of Munson

Labana SHAFFER
Fannie FEAL, both of DuBois

Stanley BALANIDA
Paulena WIDRA, both of DuBois

Augustus VAUGHN
Bessie PECK, both of Blaine City

Maxel HANEY, Lawrence
Elizabeth SHAW, Goshen

Vincent Z. AGAS
Bronistan KOCH, both of Irvona

James PLATT
Margaret DUKIN, both of DuBois

Edwin MORRISON, Irvona
Belle MAGNER, Burnside

H.C. WARREN
Margaret QUINN, both of Clearfield

R.H. STERLING
Sadie HEPLER, both of Lumber City



April Weddings

Double Wedding
One of the most pleasant events of the season took place in Knox
township on Thursday of last week, April 3, 1902. Very few people
knew anything about it beforehand; that made the event a more
agreeable surprise to all. It was a double wedding at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. William WITHEROW. The contracting parties were two of their
daughters, Miss M. Rachel WITHEROW and Mr. H. D. HEILBURN, of
Troutville, Pa., and Miss Teresa WITHEROW and Prof. Ed. P. Shaw,
principal of Westover school last year. The ceremonies were performed
at the high noon by Rev. R.G. Williams, of Ansonville, in the presence
of the brides' parents, brother and sister, and two invited guests
outside the family. Soon after the dinner Mr. and Mrs. HEILBURN took
leave of their friends to go and visit his people at Troutville for a
few days. He will then return to Philadelphia, where he has a good
position and expects to locate. Prof. Shaw and bride left at the same
time to make a visit to his people near Mansfield, Tioga county, and
may follow teaching or otherwise in the future. We warmly
congratulate these young people and greatly wish them much happiness
and success in life.




Miss Nellie U. HENDERSON, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J.W. HENDERSON,
formerly of Clearfield, was united in marriage at Phoenixville, Pa.,
to Leon E. HOLMAN, of that place, Wednesday, April 2. The ceremony
was performed at the Lutheran parsonage by the bride's father,
assisted by Rev. J.A. Hackenburg and Rev. Brubaker, both of
Phoenixville.

The many friends of the bride in Clearfield will wish her much
happiness and a long life.


ICQ 40792946
Gloria Butler Davis

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