Basham - Adams marriage (1920)
BASHAM, ADAMS, CANNON, OVERTON
Posted By: Ken Akers (email)
Date: 5/24/2020 at 21:13:06
Audubon County Journal (IA)
Thursday, Jul. 1, 1920, pg. 1
MARY BASHAM WEDS
AT SALT LAKE CITY
Miss Mary Basham left Sunday
for Salt Lake City where she was
met by her fiance, Charles E.
Adams. At that place they were
joined in the holy bonds of matrimony
after which they left for
Twin Falls, Idaho, where the groom
has a home beautifully furnished
for his young bride.
Miss Mary is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Basham of this
city. She grew from childhood to
womanhood here and was educated
in our schools where she was an
active member of the Alpha society
and belonged to the girls' tennis
and basketball teams and Glee
Club. She also took part in the
declamatory contest her freshman
year, carrying away the medal at
the home sub-district contest and
winning second place m the state.
She afterward entered the Atlantic
training school for nurses. She
practiced her profession for more
than a year, winning the highest
esteem of doctors and patients on
account of the efficiency with
which she performed even the
smallest duties. Her fiance is indeed
fortunate in his choice of a
wife to grace his home.
The groom was at the time of
the beginning of their friendship a
salesman for the Luthie Hardware
firm of Des Moines. He is a man
of ambition and sterling worth, and
all who met him held him in highest
respect. Last March he resigned
his position with Luthie
and is now one of the firm of
Adams Real Estate Company at
Twin Falls. He has been very
successful in the past and we know
he will be in the future on account
of his business ability.
After a two weeks' tour through
Yellowstone Park and other places
of interest they will be at home at
549 6th ave., Twin Falls.
May their path in life be bright
and sunny with just enough clouds
to make them appreciate the things
that go to make perfect home
Note: Parents of Mary Basham were Frank Hallock Basham and Clarissa Ann Cannon.
Parents of Charles Emerson "C. E." Adams were Nancy Jane Overton.
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