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Vital StatiSticS

Birth, wedding, and death notices of Kentuckians from historical newspapers

Louisville Courier-Journal, October 21, 1923

STATE CAPITAL SOCIETY NOTES Special to The Courier- ournal. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 20—Mrs. Elizabeth Hazel- rigg and Mr. Frank Ripy were participants in an early morning marriage Wednesday. The home of the bride’s father, Judge James H. Hazelrigg, was the scene of the wedding and the Rev. Roger T. Nooe, pastor of the First Christian Church, officiated. Only the immediate members of the household were in attendance. The parlor where the ceremony took place had an altar of palms and ferns and cathedral candles. Two young nephews of the groom, Thomas and Frank Ripy McWhorter, Houston, Texas, were the ribbon bearers. Miss Elizabeth Hall, daughter of the bride, was the only attendant. Immediately after the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Ripy motored to Louis- ville, where Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Hazelrigg were hosts at a dinner party. Mr. and Mrs. Ripy will make their home in Lawrenceburg.

Announcement has been received of the marriage of Miss Virginia Duvall Watts to Mr. Joseph Har- rison Bailey, Newark, N.J. The marriage took place in Louisville, where Miss Watts has been making her home for several years, at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church., the Rev. John H. Brown officiating. Miss Marietta Jackson of this city and Mr. A.J. Coleman, Jr., were attendants. Mrs. Bailey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watts of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey will make their home in Newark.

Miss Mildred Taylor, whose marriage will take place October 27, was given a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening by her sister, Mrs. Ernest Ker- non. Miss Annie Marie Kernen was the bearer of the many useful gifts showered on the bride-elect. Mrs. Kernen had for her guests: Miss Taylor, Mrs. E. Hobbs Taylor, Mrs. J.C. Kernen, Mrs. Arthur Kernen, Mrs. Charles Sright, Mrs. Leslie Wright, Mrs. W.L. Wright, Mrs. Forest Cusick, Mrs. W.G. White, Mrs. John Allen, Mrs. Warwick Emmitt, Mrs. Henry F. Lutkemier, Mrs. L.S. Payton, Mrs. J.D. O’Connor, Mrs. Ollie Gonelli, Mrs. John Lynch, Mrs. J.C. Hankins, Misses Mabelle Taylor,

Fannie Lang, Anega Haldi, Adelma Taylor, Anne Cusick, Louise Kernen, Antoinette Taylor, Gen- evieve Newman, Emma Louise Jillson, Robert Taylor Frances Watts, Estelle Taylor, Hulda Farmer, Virginia Brooks, Alice Taylor, Emma Long, Genevieve Gor- man, Elizabeth Meagher and Louise Taylor.

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hearn, whose marriage took place a fortnight ago, were guests in whose honor Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goin entertained with a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Hearn, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. H.W. Goins, Mr. and Mrs. John Hensley, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Goin, Mr. Buford Watts, Mrs. and Mrs. David Goins, Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby Goins, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hearn, Mr. and Mrs. James Hearn, Mrs. Frank Moore, Mr. L.B. Marshall, Jr., Mrs. Ben Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Triplett, Mrs. William Marshall, Mrs. Coley Whitehead, Miss Aline Goins, Emma Hearn, Bessie Goins, and Sadie Johnson, and Robert Vaughan and Edwin Hearn.

Mr. and Mrs. I.N. O’Dell announce the engage- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Helen Wallace O’Dell to Mr. Charles Chandler, Jr., Chicago. Miss O’Dell, who has been spending the summer with her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Zook, in Wisconsin, has come home.

Announcements Deaths. CROW—Saturday, October 20, at 4:05 p.m., Mrs. Alice B. Crow, aged 79 years, beloved mother of Harry C. Bates, 3024 Bank Street. Body at Man- ning’s Funeral Home, 612 West Broadway. Funeral services Monday at 10 a.m.

NEVILLE—Joseph William Neville, in Battle Creek, Michigan, Saturday, October 10, 1923. Resi- dence 2007 Bank Street. Notice of funeral later.

WOODS—Mrs. Lizzie A. Woods (nee Looney), wife of A.L. Woods, retired merchant of Orell, Ky., died at her residence at 11:30 p.m., October 19, 1923, in her seventy-fifth year. Funeral services at 1 p.m., Sunda , October 21, at South Jefferson Baptist Church. Burial in Cave Hill Cemeter , Sunday 3 p.m.

In Memoriam. MOUNSEY—In memory of Dr. George T. Mounsey, who departed this life October 20, 1921.

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