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Miscellaneous Clinton County, Pennsylvania Marriages

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Saturday, 27 December 1958:

The Marriage of Carol G. KAUTZ, granddaughter of Mrs. Albert STRATMOEN, 225 Irvin St. and Styhanos G. ANDREAKOS, of Long Island, N.Y., son of Mr. and Mrs. George ANDREAKOS, of Athens, Greece, will take place this afternoon at 2 o’clock in Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
L. L. CUPP, 132 ½ E. Main St., will be the officiating clergyman.
Miss Jacqueline GULA will attend the bride as maid of honor and Misses Rosemary EVANEHO and Sharon FORSYTH will be bridesmaids. All are Lock Haven residents.
Joseph VOCATURA will be best man. Soren LARSON and Joseph CUPP, of Washington, D.C. will usher.
The reception will be held at the Irvin Hotel.
The bride to be is a senior at the Lock Haven High School. Mr. ANDREAKOS attended business and law college in Athens.

From the “Clinton County Times”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Friday, 24 April 1914:

Raymond STAUB and Miss Mary BRADY were united in marriage Saturday evening at the residence of Dr. D. R. MOSS, South Fairview street. Mrs. George MILLER was the attendant. Mr. and Mrs. STAUB will reside on Mill street this city.
From the “Clinton County Times”, Lock Haven, Pa., - 11 September 1903:

Theodore BERNAU of this city, made a voyage to his old home in Germany this summer and while there won the heart of Miss Marie FROELICH, a German maiden. The happy couple came back to this land of the free together, and procuring a marriage license, were married by Rev. Eisenbraum in Philadelphia, Thursday, September 3. Mr. and Mrs. BERNAU are now at home on Henderson street after spending a………

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa., - Tuesday, 27 January 1948:

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I? BIDELSPACH of Northumberland announce the December marriage of their daughter, Shirley, to Charles L. CASKEY, son of Mrs. Ruth CASKEY of Spring Mills.
The wedding took place Dec. 23 at the E. Main St. Methodist Church, the Rev. Ivan L. MILLER officiating. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert ARDNER.
Mrs. CASKEY is employed by the J. J. Newberry Co. and the bridegroom is an employee of the Pennwoven Co. The are residing at 215 E. Bald Eagle St.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa., - Monday, 15 August 1955:

Mr. and Mrs. George BOWMAN, Fairpoint residents, are celebrating their 34th wedding anniversary today. They are the parents of six children and have 12 grandchildren. The BOWMANS have just returned from a two weeks’ vacation spent in Canada.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa., - Monday, 15 August 1955:

JERSEY SHORE – The marriage of Margaret S. BARRETT, daughter of Mrs. George SOUR and the late George SOUR, Jersey Shore R. D. 2, and J. Fred MUNRO, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MUNRO, of Island Route, took place Saturday, at 4 p.m. at the bride’s home, “The Maples,” Jersey Shore.
The Rev. Daniel ROBINSON officiated at the double-ring ceremony.
The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Howard HARRISON of Williamsport. Mrs. HARRISON also played wedding music before the ceremony.
A supper at Taka-Peek Inn for the wedding party and immediate families followed the…..

From the “Renovo Daily Record”, Renovo, Pa. – Monday, 29 October 1935:

Lock Haven, Oct. 29 – Paul LOWE of Avis, and Miss Dorothy BLESH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. BLESH of Lockport, were united in marriage Friday evening at 7:30 o’clock (26 October 1935) at the First Evangelical Church here, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Homer W. HEISLEY in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends.
The couple were attended by Robert LOWE, brother of the bridegroom, and Miss Madeline BLESH, sister of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her father.

From the “Renovo Daily Record”, Renovo, Pa. – Saturday, 17 September 1938:

Lock Haven – The wedding of Ray C. BAUMAN and Miss Miriam R. POWERS of this city, which took place at Hagerstown, Md. Sunday, September 11, has been announced by the bride and groom who are now residing at 343 South Fairview street.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 5 July 1922:

Brown – Miller
Gantt F. BROWN, son of Mrs. Ida BROWN, of this city, and Miss Alta MILLER, also of this city, were married in Williamsport May 9, by Rev. William P. HAUG, at the parsonage of the Cavalry Baptist church, announcement of which has just been made. They will reside in this city where the bridegroom is employed by the New York & Pennsylvania company.

From the “Clinton Republican”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 25 June 1902, “Three June Brides”:

Deitz – Bressler
Lancaster, June 18 – Mr. William E. DEITZ of Lock Haven, and Miss Anna L. BRESSLER of this city, were married last evening at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. BRESSLER, 329 West King street, by Rev. Griffith; pastor of the First M.E. church. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom were present to witness the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Carrie M. DIETZ, sister of the groom, as maid of honor, and Mr. Charles H. BRESSLER, only brother of the bride was best man. The bride wore a dress of white mouseline de sole, with silk appliqué and pearl trimming and carried a boquet of white bridal roses. The maid of honor carried a boquet of American beauty roses. The maid of honor carried a boquet of American beauty roses. Prof. MCHOSE presided at the piano and played the wedding march from Lohengrin. The bride received numerous presents. The bride and groom left shortly after the ceremony for a bridal tour through the eastern cities and will be at home at Sutton, W. Va., after July 1st.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 8 May 1950:

Fredericks – Bowes
Gladys HAZEL BOWES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry HAZEL of Bellefonte, and William Mitchell FREDERICKS, office manager of the Lock Haven Water Department, were married yesterday at 3 p.m. at the parsonage of First Evangelical Untied Brethren Church by the pastor, Dr. Alfred J. THOMAS.
They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Hubert HANNA of this city. After a wedding trip to New York City, they will live at 660 Bellefonte Ave.
Mrs. FREDERICKS is a 1943 graduate of the Bellefonte High School. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Florence FREDERICKS of St. Petersburg, Fla., was graduated from Lock Haven High School in 1942, attended West Chester State Teachers College, and is a veteran of 33 months of Army service during the war.

From the Card Catalog, Ross Library, Lock Haven and the “Renovo Daily Record” – 24 July 1950:

Rev. D. A. SOWER married John C. FUNK and Phyllis BARROWS on 22 July 1950.

From the Card Catalog, Ross Library, Lock Haven and the “Renovo Daily Recored” – 4 October 1938:

Rev. Harry F. RECTOR married Glenn F. JOHNSON and Isabelle BARTHOLOMEW on 1 October 1938.
From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Tuesday, 8 October 1946, “Weddings”:

Bernstein – Somers
Miss Amelia SOMERS of Boston and Harold Lantz BERNSTEIN, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. BERNSTEIN, of this city were married Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock at Temple ---- Jeshurun, New York City. Rabbi Israel GOLDSTEIN performed the ceremony.
The bride, whose parents live in Zurich, Switzerland, was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Walter R. ROBERTS of New York. For the ceremony, she wore a green suit and a white corsage.
After a wedding trip to Canada, the couple will live at 92 Beals St., Brookline, Mass. The bridegroom is now attending Harvard Law School.
The bride attended college in Vienna, Austria, and was active in CSO work in this country during the war. She is a designer in Boston.
The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where he belonged to the Phi Sigma Delta fraternity, was a B-24 pilot in the Fifth Air Force in the Pacific during the war. He was awarded the Soldier’s Medal, the Purple Heart, the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf clusters and six campaign stars.
Member of the BERNSTEIN and LINTZ families attended the wedding.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Tuesday, 8 October 1946, “Weddings”:

Schwab – Barton
Miss Nellie Catherine BARTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. BARTON of 742 Bressler St., Flemington, became the bride of Harold Robert SCHWAB, son of Daniel SCHWAB, 628 E. Clinton St., this city, in a wedding solemnized by the Rev. Roy A. GOSS, pastor of the Flemington Methodist Church, in the church on Saturday at 4 p.m.
The bride, given in marriage by her mother, wore a gray wool ensemble and a corsage of white roses. She was attended by Miss Ruth HEATON of Flemington.
A reception was held at the home of the bride following the ceremony.
Mrs. SCHWAB is a graduate of the Flemington High School and has recently been employed by the Bloomsburg Mills, Inc. The bridegroom attended the Lock Haven High School, and served for two and a half years on a destroyer in the Atlantic and Pacific theaters. He is now employed by George FOX in his painting and paper-hanging business.
The couple will live at 628 E. Clinton St.

From the “Clinton County Times”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Friday 12 June 1903, “Renovo”:

Invitations have been issued for the coming marriage of Miss Ellen R. LESHER to Mr. Samuel BEWLEY, the wedding to take place on June 24 at noon.
From the “Clinton County Times”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Friday 12 June 1903, “Mill Hall”:

Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Effie May HUNTER, a very popular young lady of this borough, and Ralph BOWER, a hustling young business man at present manager of George Loder’s large Williamsport branch store. The event will take place on Wednesday, June 24.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Thursday, 2 January 1947:

Barrett-Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. RYAN, 31 East Bald Eagle Street, announce the marriage of their daughter, Rose, to John BARRETT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Israel BARRETT, 624 East Park Street.
The ceremony was performed on New Year’s eve at 7:30 o’clock by the Rev. Joseph M. O’Toole in the rectory of the Immaculate Conception Church.
The bride, attired in a fuchsia suit, with which she wore a corsage of yellow roses, was attended by her twin sister, Kathleen, who wore a black and white suit and a corsage of white chrysanthemums. Charles SCHULTZ was best man.
Following the ceremony a reception for 50guests was held at the SCHULTZ home, 46 West Water Street.
Mr. and Mrs. BARRETT left for a wedding trip in Washington, D. C., where they will visit the bride’s sister, Mrs. Charles BENSON. On their return they will reside at 413 West Church Street.
Mr. BARRETT is a meat cutter, employed here by the A. & P.

From the “Renovo Daily Record”, Renovo, Pa. – 16 July 1890:

Weicksel – Butler
The marriage of Rev. L. M. WEICKSEL, pastor of Zion’s Lutheran Church, this place, to Miss Anna BUTLER of Goshen, Ind., was solemnized yesterday evening by Rev. M. WATRES in the Lutheran Church at Goshen, in the presence of a large number of invited guests. The happy couple left the same evening on a trip to Niagara Falls and other places of interest. Rev. WEICKSEL was formerly pastor of the Lutheran Church at Goshen, during which time he became acquainted with the lady which is now his wife. The Record joins his many friends here in extending their congratulations. The bridal pair are expected to arrive here tomorrow, and will doubtless be royally received by their many friends.

From the “Clinton Democrat”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Friday, 28 April 1892:

Marriages
April 10th, 1892, in Pine Creek township, by R. A. SHAW, Esq. Geary ECHELBARGER, of Porter township, Lycoming Co., and Miss Ella BILLBEE, of Pine Creek township, Clinton County.

From the Williamsport “Sun-Gazette”, Williamsport, Pa. – Sunday, 31 May 1998:

Alisa Ann CALHOUN, daughter of Col. And Mrs. C. Wayne CALHOUN, Fort Worth, Texas, became the bride of Ronald Bruce BATES, 2030 Greenview Road, Montoursville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy H. BATES, Grand Cane, La., at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 18, 1998. The Rev. Dr. William LONGSWORTH officiated at the ceremony at First United Methodist Church, Fort Worth.
The bride was attired in an ivory satin gown with a floor length skirt and detachable organza train. A pearl headpiece held her waist length veil.
Carolyn ENDER, Fort Worth, sister of the bride, was matron of honor.
Maid of honor was Maria DODD, San Antonio.
Bridesmaids were Melissa JOHNSON, Rachel TOLLISON, Kim MACIBORSKI and Debbie GUTIERREZ, all of Austin, Texas, and Kristi PERRIN, Dallas.
Flower girls were Aubryn NIX, Carrollton, Texas, cousin of the bride.
Ken BAGGETT, Bedford, Texas, was best man.
Groomsmen were Brad BATES, Plano, Texas, brother of the bridegroom; Brad ENDER, Fort Worth, brother-in-law of the bride; Tim ROQUE, Montoursville; Gary BARTO, Hughesville; Doug WALTZ, Eilmington, Del., and Tim GRAMIG, Boston.
A reception was held at the Desert Storm Club, the former Carswell Air Force Base Officers Club, and the rehearsal dinner was held at Blue Mesa, Fort Worth. Following a trip to Hawaii, the couple are residing at 2030 Greenview Road, Montoursville.

From the “Renovo Daily Record”, Renovo, Pa. – Friday, 15 June 1928, “Marriage Record”, p4:

Donald Conrad MYERS, son of William A. MYERS, of Jersey Shore R.D. and Miss Anna Rebecca BAKER, daughter of Mrs. Annie BAKER, of Nittany, were united in marriage this morning at 11 o’clock at the First Evangelical parsonage, the ceremony being performed by Rev. G. R. MERGENTHALER.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Thursday, 16 August 1949:

Announcement is made today of the engagement of Miss Alberta M. MOORE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. MOORE, 28 ½ Bellefonte Ave., and Louis R. CHRISTOPHER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso CHRISTOPHER, 353 E. Clinton St. Both the bride-to-be and prospective bridegroom are graduates of the Lock Haven High School. Miss MOORE is employed by Sylvania Electric Products, Inc., Mill Hall. Mr. CHRISTOPHER is employed by the DiGeso Distributing Company, this city.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa., - Tuesday, 27 January 1948:

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I? BIDELSPACH of Northumberland announce the December marriage of their daughter, Shirley, to Charles L. CASKEY, son of Mrs. Ruth CASKEY of Spring Mills.
The wedding took place Dec. 23 at the E. Main St. Methodist Church, the Rev. Ivan L. MILLER officiating. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert ARDNER.
Mrs. CASKEY is employed by the J. J. Newberry Co. and the bridegroom is an employee of the Pennwoven Co. The are residing at 215 E. Bald Eagle St.

From the “Clinton County Times”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 2 February 1912:

Miss Verna May KRAPE of Johnsonburg, and Harry R. CALLAHAN, of Flemington, were united in marriage last Thursday evening at the home of the bride’s parents in Johnsonburg by Rev. E. E. McKELVEY of St. Marys, a former Methodist minister at Flemington. Both are well and favorably known in Flemington and this city and will make their home in the former place.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Saturday, 6 July 1957:

A bridal shower was held recently at the home of Miss Peggy HAUGH in honor of Miss Janice CLARK whose marriage to Richard MARKS of Lock Haven will take place in the near future. Mrs. Fred LUCAS and Miss Rachel HEVERLY were co-hostesses. Seventeen guests enjoyed games and refreshments. Prize winners were Miss Janet BECHDEL and Mrs. Allen RUSSELL.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 18 June 1934:

Kenneth Hayes KAMMERER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. KAMMERER, 130 East Bald Eagle Street and Miss Helen M. CAMPBELL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton J. CAMPBELL of Cammal, Lycoming County, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock in St. John’s Lutheran Church by Rev. Curvin H. STEIN, in the presence of a number of near relatives.
Miss Dorothy WELSHANS of Jersey Shore was maid of honor, and Miss Ruth KAMMERER, sister of the groom was bridesmaid. Robert GUERRIERO of Renovo was best man, and Paul FRANTZ of this city, was usher.
After the ceremony the wedding party proceeded to the newly furnished apartment of the couple in the Heffner building, corner Main and Grove Streets, where a buffet lunch was served. Later Mr. and Mrs. KAMMERER departed by motor car on a wedding trip to Chicago, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. GUERRIERO.
The groom is an employee of the New York and Pennsylvania Company and the bride has been a teacher in the schools of Lycoming County the past three years.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Friday, 26 January 1951:

Cashner – Conway
NORTH BEND – Announcement is made of the wedding last Saturday of Miss Iva June CONWAY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard CONWAY, North Bend, to Frank E. CASHNER, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. CASHNER.
The ceremony was performed at 7:30 p.m. in Zion Lutheran Church at Renovo by the Rev. James H. GOSS.
The bride was attended by her cousin, Miss Sarah MOORE. Frederick CASHNER, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The ushers were Jack MUSSER and Jack GETZ.
The bride is employed by Sylvania Electric Products Inc. at Mill Hall. The bridegroom is an employee of the Armour Leather Company here.
The newlyweds are residing at the bride’s home.

From the “Clinton Republican”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 31 December 1919:

Chatham - Motter
Byron S. CHATHAM, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. CHATHAM, 11 Hanna street, and Miss Mary F. MOTTER, of Jersey Shore, were married on Christmas morning at 10:30 o’clock at the CHATHAM home by Rev. J. Winfield SCOTT. The newly married couple will go to housekeeping with the groom’s family.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Thursday, 7 February 1946:

Confer – Lomison
Mrs. Blanche I. LOMISON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul LOMISON of Orviston, and Floyd CONFER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dill CONFER of Howard, R. D. were married Jan. 14 at Emmittsburg, Md. by the Rev. Philip BOWERS, pastor of the Lutheran Church.
The bride wore an aqua wool ensemble with black accessories.
After a wedding trip to Luray Caverns, Va., and Gettysburg, the couple returned to their home, on the tenant farm of Fred BEIGHTOL of Howard R.D., adjoining the bridegroom’s father’s farm.
Mr. CONFER is a graduate of the Howard High School and his bride was a student at the Lock Haven High School.

From the “Renovo Daily Record”, Renovo, Pa. – Friday, 3 January 1896, “Local and Personal”:

Mr. Michael O’CONNELL and Miss Mame CONSIDINE, both formerly of this place, were married at Auburn, N.Y., on Tuesday.

From the “Lock Haven Express”, Lock Haven, Pa. – Friday, 28 July 1961:

Railing – Embick
Angeline J. COLOCINO EMBICK, daughter of Mrs. Josephine COLOCINO, Avis, and James Milton RAILING of Williamsport, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. RAILING, Steelton, Pa. will be married tomorrow morning at 11 o’clock in St. Agnes Church, with the Rev. John BURKARD officiating.
A reception will follow at the bride’s home.
Mr. RAILING, a graduate of the Technical Institute in Williamsport, is a draftsman at Widman Inc. in Newberry. His bride-to-be was employed by the Satisfactory Laundry in Williamsport.

From the “Clinton County Times”, Lock Haven, Pa. – 22 June 1923:

Wedding Bells
Cummings – McClintock
Mr. Guy L. CUMMINGS of Edinboro, Pa., and Estella E. McCLINTOCK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark McCLINTOCK, of Mill Hall, were quietly married at noon on Wednesday, June 18, at Mifflinburg, Pa., by Rev. Louis V. BARBER, pastor of the Mill Hall Presbyterian Church. Mr. CUMMINGS was educated at Edinboro Normal school, Grove City College and Columbia university, and is head of the science department of the Lock Haven High school. The bride is a graduate of the Lock Haven High school in the class of 1921, and of the Central State Normal school in this year’s class. She has also been prominent in Sunday school work in her home town and in the Young People’s department of the Clinton county Sunday school association. The newly married couple left immediately on an extended honeymoon trip and will be at home to their friends after August 1st, at 725 East Main street, this city.

From the Williamsport “Sun-Gazette”, Williamsport, Pa. – Sunday, 31 May 1998:

Alisa Ann CALHOUN, daughter of Col. And Mrs. C. Wayne CALHOUN, Fort Worth, Texas, became the bride of Ronald Bruce BATES, 2030 Greenview Road, Montoursville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy H. BATES, Grand Cane, La., at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 18, 1998. The Rev. Dr. William LONGSWORTH officiated at the ceremony at First United Methodist Church, Fort Worth.
The bride was attired in an ivory satin gown with a floor length skirt and detachable organza train. A pearl headpiece held her waist length veil.
Carolyn ENDER, Fort Worth, sister of the bride, was matron of honor.
Maid of honor was Maria DODD, San Antonio.
Bridesmaids were Melissa JOHNSON, Rachel TOLLISON, Kim MACIBORSKI and Debbie GUTIERREZ, all of Austin, Texas, and Kristi PERRIN, Dallas.
Flower girls were Aubryn NIX, Carrollton, Texas, cousin of the bride.
Ken BAGGETT, Bedford, Texas, was best man.
Groomsmen were Brad BATES, Plano, Texas, brother of the bridegroom; Brad ENDER, Fort Worth, brother-in-law of the bride; Tim ROQUE, Montoursville; Gary BARTO, Hughesville; Doug WALTZ, Eilmington, Del., and Tim GRAMIG, Boston.
A reception was held at the Desert Storm Club, the former Carswell Air Force Base Officers Club, and the rehearsal dinner was held at Blue Mesa, Fort Worth. Following a trip to Hawaii, the couple are residing at 2030 Greenview Road, Montoursville.

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