Lola Smock weds Frank Albright

We wish a happy anniversary to Frank and Lola (Smock) Albright, whose wedding was reported in the December 13, 1906 Skidmore New Era (Skidmore, Missouri), page 4:


At the home of the bride’s parents, November 28, 1906, Mr. Frank S. Albright, of Roosevelt, Okla., and Miss Lola M. Smock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smock.  While they stood beneath the beautiful decorations of the bridal room, the words were said by Rev. B. F. Baker, of the Christian church, which united the couple for life.

After the ceremony an elaborate three course dinner was served.  The color scheme was pink and white throughout, prevailing in every room.  The bride wore a handsome gown of white organdie and carried a bouquet of bride’s roses.  The groom wore a suit of conventional black.

The bride and groom are both well and favorably known among a large circle of friends.  Mr. Albright was raised at Skidmore, Mo., where he is known as a bright, intelligent young man.  He was associated with the local newspaper for two years, from which place he went to Oklahoma, where he cast his lot with the hustling yeomanry of that country, and he has been very successful.

The bride is from one of our best families.  She was held in the highest esteem by all who knew her.  After graduating from the Skidmore High School, she accepted a position in the Monarch store, which she filled with perfect satisfaction to all.

After visiting a short time in Kansas City they will go to Oklahoma, where they will make their future home.  A host of friends join in wishing them a long, prosperous, happy life. — Maitland Herald.


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