The Hazel Green Herald, Wolfe County, Kentucky
Thursday, January 2, 1908
George and Monroe Tucker, 23 year old twins, were married in Frankfort last week, under amusing circumstances, to Warnie Dickey, aged 16, and Mattie Dickey, aged 18, sisters. The couples reside at Millville, and had gone to Frankfort for holiday shopping, when Monroe and Mattie decided to get married. They went to secure the license while George and Warnie went in search of a minister. While looking for one they, too, decided to get married and while the ceremony of linking Monroe to Mattie was going on, they slipped out and got a license and were married immediately afterwards.
Dr. John L. Cox and Miss Vivian Stamper, both of this place, were married at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stamper, Christmas morning. Both these young people come of prominent families, the bride being the daughter of our present county attorney, and the groom the son of Dr. B. D. Cox. On the same day, at Jeffersonville, Indiana, Corsa Horton, of Campton, and Miss Gertrude Crawford, of Athol, were married. The writer joins with the many friends of these four young people in wishing for them long lives of happiness.
Married, on the 24th, at the residence of Harry Nickell, on Grassy, Will Alexander and Miss Grace Nickell. The Herald joins in congratulations.
Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Pack, of Grassy Creek, Thursday, December 26, Kit Phillips and Miss Laura Pack, Rev. Harlan Murphy officiating.
Thursday, January 9, 1908
Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, at Stillwater, Thursday, January 2, Miss Mary Rose to Mr. Cud Clark. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Rose, while the groom is the son of George Clark, of Clark’s branch, and an enterprising young business man. Here is wishing them good luck and a long life.
Cracker Neace, of this place, and Mrs. Amy Allen, of Perry County, were married on Troublesome Creek, in that county, Saturday night, December 28, Rev. Jordan Combs officiating. Cracker and his bride, with two children, arrived here Friday, January 3, and are now snuggly ensconced in Cracker’s home near town.
Thursday, January 16, 1908
Bruce Banks and Miss Kissie Brummite were married at Jackson last Thursday and returned here to Eli Allen’s, her sister, for a wedding supper.
Married, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Allison Rose and wife, near Lee City, on Thursday, January 16, Miss Junie Rose and Calloway Sebastian.
Married, at the residence of the bride’s mother, Mrs. Rebecca Swango, near Maytown, on Thursday, January 9, Miss Alma Swango and Mose Blankenship, of Virginia.
Married, on Thursday, January 9, at the residence of the bride’s parents, Fielden Cox and wife, of Toliver, Claude Day, of Mayton, and Miss Rilda Cox, Uncle John Adams officiating. A wedding feast was set for the guests, about 50 people, and it was fit for the gods. After dinner the wedding party came to Hazel Green and Aunt Judy Ward set a supper for them. Then came the charivari.
Thursday, January 23, 1908
Silas Helton and Nannie Goad were married on the 9th at Flat Gap.
Dr. J. D. Whitaker and Miss Dora Lykins were married at Cannel City Sunday, January 20, after a courtship of 15 years. Our girls say this is very encouraging, because if they could love a man for 15 years before marriage they feel that they’d have no fears after the knot was tied.