Sarrels - Rush Marriage

Source:  Burnet Bulletin, 18 Sept 1902
transcribed by JoAnn Myers, May 2007


Mr. Watson O. Sarrels Married

"Mr. Watson O. Sarrels and Miss Clara Rush were united in marriage Sunday morning by Rev. A. M. Gibbons at the morning preaching service at the Methodist church.  The marriage of these young people came as a surprise to their many friends as only the bride's mother knew that the wedding was to be solemnized yesterday morning.  Mr. Watson is an employee of the Southern Pacific company and Miss Rush is the bookkeeper for the Brena Commercial company.  both the bride and groom are members of the Methodist church.  They will reside with the bride's mother at No. 20 Toole Avenue."

The above clipping from an Arizona paper will no doubt prove interesting to many of our readers, owing to the fact that his parents reside here, and that the young man himself was born and raised in Burnet.  With his brother Hudson, he went to Arizona about two years ago and engaged in railroading, since which time he has steadily risen in his chosen profession.

The Bulletin joins a host of the young man's friends at this place in extending congratulations, and in wishing the happy couple a prosperous and useful life.

 

 

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