Adair County Marriages
Adair County News, December 18, 1901
Tomorrow Mr. Horace Jeffries, of the firm W.F. Jeffries & Son, and Miss Minnie Marshall, a popular teacher of Glenville, will be married at the home of the intended bride's brother, Mr. James Marshall, Rev. Z.T. Williams officiating. The couple had contemplated a trip to Louisville and other cities, but the extreme cold weather prevents. In a very short time this happy couple will become residents of Columbia and will occupy the cottage the intended groom recently purchased of Mr. J.M. Traylor. The coming event will be the result of a long and devoted courtship. May happiness be with them continuously as they go hand in hand down the stream of Time.
Adair County News, August 28, 1907
This (Wednesday) afternoon at 5 o'clock, Mr. Horace Jeffries, who is one of Columbia's successful business men, will be married to Miss Zelma Todd, a most excellent young lady, a daughter of Mr. J.D. Todd, who lives near town. The ceremony will be impressively said by Rev. A. R. Kasey, in the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends. Immediately after the ceremony, the couple will leave for the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Jeffries, who live on Burkesville street, where a reception will be held and where the couple will reside until the groom gets possession of his property recently purchased of Mr. Z. M. Staples, on Greensburg street.
The News desires to extend its congratulations, trusting that their lives will be spared to a good old age, and that prosperity will attend them as they lovingly go hand in hand down the stream of Time.
[Horace and Zelma were married for nearly 46 years. He passed in July, 1953, and they were joined in eternity with her passing in May, 1968.]
Adair County News, March 4, 1903 (2 entries)
Mr. Pink Coffey was happily married to Miss Mattie Sanders here last Wednesday [August 31st]. Mr. Usabius Powell and Miss Nora Bradshaw were the attendants. (In the Joppa community newsletter.)
Mr. Pink Coffey and Miss Mattie Sanders were married last Wednesday at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders, near Joppa, Eld. Z.T. Williams officiating. Mr. Coffey is in the mercantile business and is a very popular young gentleman and the bride is a popular young lady, who numbers her friends by the score. May hard times never be a guest in their home. (In the Ozark community newsletter.) (Obituaries for Pink and Mattie)