Owen – Hockaday Married

DIGHTON, KS – At the home of the bride’s parents at high noon September 16th, Pete H. Owen and Hattie L. Hockaday were united in marriage by Rev. Hodges. The bride was attended by Miss Alice Conner, and Guy Doll served as best man. The bride and groom left...

Hagans – Morse Married

Arthur Hagans, of this place, and Irene Morse, of Gove County, were united in marriage at Boulder Colorado, They will make their home on Sunny Slope Ranch, southwest of Utica. Mrs. Hagans was formerly a Gove County teacher. The light plant went to an eighteen schedule...

A Sad Sailor’s Wife

NEW YORK – Somewhere in Dover Plains is a sad little bride whose heart aches for a sailor boy whom she wed at midnight Thursday and parted from him early Friday morning. The romance is that of Miss Fanny Augusta Benson, daughter of Mrs. Carmel C. Benson who...

Graves-Carl Wedding

DIGHTON – Miss Ethel Carl and Mr. Ralph Graves were united in marriage Sunday noon at the home of the bride’s parents Mr. and Mrs. D.S. Carl of Imperial. Mrs. R.J. Hopkins, of Garden City played Lohengrin’s weeding march and the young people took their places...

A Wichita Sensation

Henry M. Leonard, 62 years of age, was found dead the other morning in the rear of his home at Wichita.  The body had been horribly mangled and partially covered in a manure heap.  A trail of blood was followed to the kitchen of Leonard’s residence where his...

Max Alwens May Wed

Max Alwens, of the grocery house of Dolan & Quigg, has gone west on a short visit.  It is whispered about that he will not return alone.  Well, Max is a good fellow, and deserves all the good luck and happiness which the boys cordially wish may attend him.  The...