Tri-Counties Genealogy &
History by Joyce M. Tice
Marriages of the Tri-Counties
Marriage Announcements Connected
Bradford County PA
Chemung County NY
Tioga County PA
December 21, 1995
Joyce's Search Tip - January 2008
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What's New Page? Be aware that you will also find some marriage
notices in the Clippings partition and on the Bibles pages.
Towanda RR 5 Couple celebrate 60th anniversary.
Howard I. and Ruth A. Wislon of Box 5610, Towanda RR 5, will celebrate
their 60the wedding anniversay on dec. 29, 1995. Howard and the former
Ruth A. GILMAN were untied in marriage on Dec. 29, 1935, at the Babtist
church in Matawan, NJ. Howard and Ruth are devoted to their family.
they have four children, nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Howard retired from Dupont in 1975 and the couple enjoy flower and vegetable
gardening, golfing and playing cards. Howard, known as "Mr. Fix-it"
when it comes to mechanical break-downs, and Ruth "tender loving care"
with flowers and plants has been an assest to her friends and family.
They are active members of Christ Episcopal Church in Towanda. The
Wilson's anniversary will be celbrated with a dinner held in their honor
by their family. There is a very nice picture of the couple
with this notice.
MR. TUTON MARRIES MISS DANNEMAN
Honeymooning in Charleston, S. C.
County Detective Fowler Tuton, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Tuton,
Wells Township and Miss Mary C. Danneman, daughter of Charles Danneman,
Wysox, were married Monday morning April 10, 1939 in the parochial residence
of SS Peter and Paul Parish, Towanda, by Rev. Peter A. Nolan. They were
attended by Miss marguerite Danneman, sister of the bride and Edmund Tuton,
brother of the groom. A very delightful wedding breakfast was served at
the Ward Hotel following the ceremony. The bride was graduated in 1932
from Towanda High School and has been employed in the Rosenfield law offices.
Mr. Tuton is a graduate of Millerton High School, Troy High School class
of 1927, was employed for some time in the Carpenter & Pierce Company
store here and, for three and one-half years, has served as County Detective.
He comes of one of the pioneer families of Wells Township. Following a
wedding trip to Charleston, S.C., Mr. and Mrs. Tuton will be at home at
602 ½ Second Street, Towanda. They have the congratulations and
best wishes of hundreds of friends in the county.
William L. Rider, son of Mrs. W. L. Rider, Towanda, and the late
Dr. W. L. Rider, and Miss Mary E. Williams, also of Towanda, were
married on Thursday evening, Feb. 2d, in St. Basils Rectory, Dushore. Dr.
Rider, a dentist practiced for many years in Troy, his office for some
time being in the present American Legion home. The bride has been until
recently employed (rest of article missing)
MISS DRAKE BECOMES BRIDE OF MR. HUBBARD
Miss Esther Louise Drake, daughter of Mrs. Alene Drake, Sayre, and
Everett Arthur Hubbard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hubbard, were married
in the parlors of the Ward Hotel, Towanda, Thanksgiving Day at 4 p.m. County
Commissioner Charles E. Drake, proprietor of the Ward House, is grandfather
of the bride. Mrs. Edward Hydon, a sister of the groom, was matron of honor,
Griffin Hubbard acted as his brother’s groomsman. The bride was charming
in a gown of white moire, princess style. She wore a large white velvet
hat and carried pink and white roses. Mrs. Hydon was gowned in blue satin
with hat and shoe of burgundy. She carried pink roses and gypsophilia.
The ceremony was performed by Re. W. M. Hydon, Towanda. Preceding the ceremony,
Miss Beatrice Branning played “O Promise Me”, following which Edward Hydon
sang “I Love You Truly.” Following a reception, they left for a honeymoon
in Gettysburg and Washington, D.C.
Miss Hazel E. Strope, daughter of Mrs. Della Strope, Troy, and Eldon
L. Estep, Elmira, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Estep, Sylvania, were united
in marriage by the Rev. William H. Hydon at the Methodist parsonage at
Towanda on Friday evening, Jan. 27th.
The bride wore navy blue with accessories to match and a corsage of
orchids. (handwritten on article 1939)
Miss Gertrude Elizabeth Yetter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Henry
Yetter, of Powell, and John J. Newell, son of Mr. & Mrs. James Newell
of Potterville were married at the home of the bride Saturday at 3:00 o'clock.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. O.H. Travis in the presence of the immediate
relatives and friends. They were attended by Jane Yetter, sister of the
bride, and Edward Ross of Potterville. After the wedding luncheon the couple
left on a Wedding trip to Chicago, Canada and other places of interest.
Mrs. Newell is a graduate of Towanda High School class of 1925 and a graduate
of Mansfield State Teachers College. She has been a successful teacher
in the schools of Orwell and Sayre for the past 7 years. Mr. Newell is
a graduate of Mansfield Teachers College and is now Principal of Cold Spring
Harbor, L.I. schools, where they will reside. Newspaper Source~Wyalusing
Bradford County PA
Chemung County NY
Tioga County PA
Published On Tri-Counties Site On 08 APR 2009
By Joyce M. Tice
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