Adair Marriage Notices for 1939
Russell County News, Thursday, September 28, 1939
from the Casey County News as submitted by the Dunnville correspondent)
Mrs. Lola Hurt and Mr. Tom Young, both of Ozark, Adair County, were united in the bonds of holy matrimony at 9 o'clock on last Saturday evening at the home of Rev. L.C. Young in this city [apparently, Dunnville, Casey County, Ky.], with Rev. Young officiating. [As submitted by the Dunnville Correspondent to the Casey County News.]
Russell County News, Thursday, August 3, 1939
The marriage of Miss Margie Simmons, of Greensburg, to Mr. Foster Finn of
Kemp, Adair county, which occurred in Whitley City, Ky., on July 9th, was
announced this week. The bride is the attractive daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S.J.
Simmons and is a graduate of the Greensburg High School in the class this year.
The groom is the son of Postmaster Simon Finn and Mrs. Finn of Kemp, Adair
county. Mr. and Mrs Finn will make their home in Adair county. -- [reprinted
from the] Greensburg Record-Herald.
The bride is a niece of Mrs. L.F. Scholl and Mrs. Hugh Smith, this city [Jamestown].
Adair Marriage Notices for 1941
'Russell County News', Thursday, January 16, 1941
Former Representative Weds Columbia Girl
Atty. H. Myer Garner, of Liberty, who is well known here, and Miss
Wilma Phelps, of Columbia, were united in marriage at Somerset, Ky., on
Nov. 23, 1940, according to a recent announcement.