The  Kokomo  Tribune
July 31, 1967
Page 5
          Stephen Duane Cunningham, Shelbyville, nurseryman and  Toni Renee Barnhart, 508 Cottonwood Dr.
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Friday June 4, 1915
Page 1 column 2
Mrs. Ida Cunningham Became the Bride of Mr. Samuel Price
           Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Price have begun housekeeping in their new bungalow at 518 west Franklin street, and inasmuch as only a few Shelbyville people know there is a Mrs. Samuel Price, it is not out of place to mention here that the couple have been keeping secret from their friends the fact that they were married at Louisville, Kentucky, March 15, 1915.  Mrs. Price was the former Mrs. Ida Cunningham
          Following the wedding a few of the friends of the couple suspected the nuptial event had taken place, but Mr. and Mrs. Price refused to confirm the rumors of their wedding.
          The day of their marriage they left here at five o’clock in the morning and went to Louisville, where the license was secured and the ceremony performed by Justice P. T. Sullivan.  They then returned to this city the same evening and until they moved into their new home, Mr. Price remained at the home of his father,  Edward Price,  of 418 east Mechanic street, and Mrs. Price remained at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dill  on the Boggstown pike at the north edge of the city.
          They are now at home to their friends in a cozy five-room bungalow, with bath and basement and all other modern conveniences.  Much of the finishing work on the new home has been done by Mr. Price.  For several years he has been employed at the Sindlinger meat market.  Friends of the couple will be glad to extend congratulations.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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