Shelby  County  Indiana
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The  American
Hattiesburg, Mississippi
abt 1942

was  Miss Justine Taylor, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Orville McBride Taylor, before her marriage Friday night to Tech. Sgt. Loyer of Mango Junction, Ohio.  The wedding took place in the home of the bride's uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas St. John, on Fourth avenue.
Taylor-Loyer Wedding Takes Place in St. John Home
----------           The wedding of Miss Justine Taylor, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Orville McBride Taylor,  Fifteenth avenue, and Tech. Sgt. Wayne F. Loyer, son of  Mr. and Mrs. John Loyer  of Mango Junction, Ohio, took place at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt.  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas St. John on Fourth avenue.
          Mrs. Curtis L. Weisman, aunt of the bride, pianist, and  Miss Lillian Cooper, soloist, gave a program of nuptial music.  Preceding the ceremony Mrs. Weisman played, "Indian Love Call,"  "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms,"  "Ah!  Sweet Mystery of Life,"  and other bridal airs.  She accompanied Miss Cooper who sang  "Because",  and "I Love Thee."
          The wedding march from "Lohengrin" was used as the bridal party entered, and MacDowell's "To A Wild Rose" was played during the ceremony.

          Mrs. Richard B. Thompson, herself a bride of only a few days, was her sister's only attendant....
          Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were:  Mrs. John Loyer and daughter,  Mrs. Richard Robeson, jr., of Mango Junction, Ohio,  Mrs. Curtis Weisman of Franklin, Ind., Miss Louise Mayson of Jackson, and Miss Sue Slay, Sunshine Mason and  Lillian Cooper  of Purvis
[Justine and her family were originally from Shelby Co, IN.-pmf]
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Kokomo Tribune
September 23, 1935
Page 5
          Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor  and  Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rusk spent Sunday in Shelbyville with Mrs. Taylor's mother who is seriously ill.  Mrs. Rusk remained there to spend this week with her grandmother.
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, May 1, 1930
Page 6
          In a quiet ceremony that was performed at thome of the  Rev. George Brinkman,  pastor of the Nazarene church, at seven-thirty o'clock Saturday evening,  Miss Odessa Carolyn Taylor,  daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Stillwell Taylor,  of Louisville, Ky., became the bride of  Stanley Scott Jones,  of this city.   The mother of Mr. Jones,  Mrs. Thomas Jones,  was the only attendant.
          Mrs. Jones is a graduate nurse and belongs to one of the most popular social sets of Louisville.  Mr. Jones is a well known man of Shelbyville and is connected with the Monte Glove Company of this city.  They have the heartiest congratulations and best wishes for the happy life together.
          They will be at home to their friends at 655 east Jackson street.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday October 11, 1923
          Mary Helen Taylor, of this city, was granted a decree of divorce from Sylvan Taylor, by Judge Harry C. Morrison, in the Shelby circuit court today. The court also restored the plaintiff’s former name of Mary Helen McCabe.
Contributed by Barb Huff

The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday June14, 1923
          Mrs. Mary Helen Taylor, of this city, has filed a complaint for a divorce in the Shelby Circuit Court against  Sylvan Taylor, of Walkerville. The plaintiff also asks for the restoration of her maiden name of  Mary Helen McCabe. Wray & Sullivan are attorneys for the plaintiff.
          The complaint states that the couple was married June 30, 1921, and separated January 7, 1923. Mrs. Taylor asserts that her husband told her that he did not love her and did not care to live with her. She says that on the day of their separation he told her to take her clothing and leave. The wife alleges that her husband did not provide for her, and states that the only household goods which they owned, she had bought. She also charges that he failed to provide her with clothing.
Contributed by Barb Huff

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Saturday, March 15, 1919
Page 1  Column 4
  Coming  and  Going  of   
   our  Army  and  Navy  Men   

          W. H. DePrez,  the well-known druggist, received a phone message, Friday from  Capt LaRue Taylor,  saying that he had arrived at Camp Taylor, yesterday, and was in the best of health.
Contributed by Phyllis Fleming

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, January 9, 1913
Page 8
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
          Charles Mitch,  of Philadelphia, Pa., and  Miss Dolly Taylor, daughter of  William Taylor, of this city, were united in marriage last evening at seven o'clock, the ceremony being performed at that hour by  Justice James Webb  at the home of  Mrs. Faye Williams,  355 east Broadway.  The marriage license was secured at the county clerk's office yesterday evening.  The bridegroom gave his age as thirty-four years and stated that he was stationed at Philadelphia in the regular army service.  The bride is twenty years old.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Wednesday, January 20, 1886
          Mrs. Jacob Taylor,  who lives near Smithland, is bedfast with consumption.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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