Yetter-Conyears

From the February 11, 1902 Skidmore Standard, page 1:

C. W. Yetter Returns Home With a Wife
“She was Bred in Old Kentucky.”

C. W. Yetter left Skidmore about three weeks ago, saying he was going to “Old Kaintuck” to see the folks.  When he departed from this city, he was a free man — unhampered by any matrimonial strings.  But while he was “seeing the folks” in Hart County, in the old state famous for its blue grass, pretty women and fine horses, he formed another alliance by taking to wife, Miss Florence Conyears, on the second day of the present month.

Mr. and Mrs. Yetter arrived in Skidmore Saturday on the evening passenger and they seem just as happy as if the ground hog hadn’t seen his shadow on the day they became one.