Albright-Matheney

From the October 5, 1900 Skidmore Standard, page 1:

Chas. Albright a Benedict.

Last Tuesday at the bride’s home near Maryville, Mr. Charles D. Albright and Miss Maude Matheney were happily united in the holy bonds of wedlock, by Elder N. Rollo Davis, pastor of the Christian church at Burlington Junction.

The wedding ceremony occurred about thirty minutes past the noon hour and was witnessed by the immediate relatives of the contracting parties and a few friends.

The bride has always filled a prominent place in society circles where she has lived and has a host of friends.

Mr. Albright is a young farmer but we claim him as a Skidmore boy.  He is a hustling, energetic young man and an all around good fellow, with friends all over the county and elsewhere.

Mr. and Mrs. Albright came to the Albright farm three miles east of town, Tuesday evening, witnessed the big Punkin Show the day following and were extended congratulations by the score.

They will reside three miles east of town until next spring when they will move to Mr. Albright’s fine farm six and one-half miles northeast of Skidmore.

May happiness and prosperity ever attend them as they journey on life’s road together is the wish of the Standard.