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June 1950
Hutchinson News

Celebrate Anniversary

   Guests of Mr. And Mrs. Earl S. Byrd, 318 North Plum, on their silver wedding anniversary today are Mr. Byrdís brother, Rev. Carl D. Byrd, and Mrs. Byrd of Newburg, Ore.    Rev. Byrd officiated at the wedding of his brother and sister-in-law 25 years ago.   He has been attending National Friendsí Evangelical conference in Wichita, and preached at United Presbyterian church here Sunday.   Mrs. Byrd sang a solo at the morning service.

 

June 1950
Hutchinson News

Oregon Pastor In Local Church Sunday

   Rev. Carl D. Byrd, pastor of Friends church, Newberg, Ore., will preach at the United Presbyterian church here at the 11 a. m. service Sunday.

   He is in Kansas attending the National Friends Evangelical conference in Wichita.  He is a brother of Earl S. Byrd, 318 North Plum.  Byrd is an elder in the local church.

 

June 1925
Hutchinson News

 

   Mrs. Cora Byrd entertained at dinner yesterday at her home, 306 West Sherman Street complimenting her son and his bride, Mr. And Mrs. Earl Byrd, whose marriage was solemnized Friday at Alva, Okla., by the groomís brother, Rev. Carl Byrd.  The bride was formerly Miss Mae Humiston of this city.  The color scheme for the diner party, blue and white was effectively carried out in garden flowers.

The guests were:
  Messrs and Mesdames
George Parks
Harmon Harrison
Homer Hull
John Todd

  Mesdames
Iceial Wilson
Phiullip Parks
Miss Carrie Humiston

  MessrsW. W. Meeks
William Tuttle
O. L. Battin,
Newton
And Pauline Wilson
Willard Wilson
Lulu Burchette
Elizabeth Joan Harrison
Gladys Todd
Charles Todd

 

Submitted by Phyllis Long on November 16, 2003.

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