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The Breeze – February 9, 1911 – Page 6

Miss Grace Tappan, the first assistant in the public school, has returned to her home, where so it is said she will be married next Saturday (tomorrow). Miss Mamie Buchanan of DeFuniak takes her place as teacher to finish out this term of school. — Laurel Hill News

 

Contributed by Michael Strickland

The Breeze – February 9, 1911 – Pages 1 & 4

WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

WILSON/VEIT (page 1)

Mr. Amzie Wilson and Miss Annie Veit were married last night (February 8, 1911) in Louisville, Kentucky. We strongly suspected when Amzie left here that there was something of this kind brewing and are glad to extend congratulations. The bride is a close friend of Mrs. Frank Wilson.

 

WILLIAMS/TAPPAN (page 4)

A pretty home wedding was celebrated on Saturday (February 4, 1911) at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.E. Tappan when their daughter, Grace, became the bride of Mr. Valerian Williams, a prosperous farmer of Madison County. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and a niece of the groom were present, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. D.B. Slaughter. The bridal couple left on the train on Sunday morning for their home in Madison.

 

Contributed by Michael Strickland

The Breeze – February 9, 1911 – Page 6

“Miss Grace Tappan, the first assistant in the public school has returned to her home, where so it is said, she will be married next Saturday, (tomorrow). Miss Mamie Buchanan, of DeFuniak, takes her place here as teacher, to finish out this term of school.” – Laurel Hill News

[Contributed by Michael Strickland]

The Breeze – February 9, 1911 – Page 4

A pretty home wedding was celebrated Saturday [February 4, 1911] at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tappan when their daughter Grace, became the bride of Mr. Valerian Williams, a prosperous farmer of Madison county. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and a niece of the groom were present, the ceremony being performed by Rev. D. B. Slaughter. The bridal couple left on the train Sunday morning for their home in Madison.

[Contributed by Michael Strickland]

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