Lonni Ferrell Fees, widow, marries Emerson Fees
who of Meux, who! had Mrs. Leona B. Fees And Oklahoman Marry In J. R. Curtij Horn* Mr. and Mrs. Emerson H. Fees have gone to Harrah, Okla., to establish their home. They were married here on the afternoon oi December 12th in the'home of latter's nephew and niece, Mr. Mrs. J. Reed Curtis, on College Avenue. Curtis performed the ceremony. The bride, the former M^s. B. Fees, has been a resident of this city curing the past eighteen years, and is a sister of Mrs. Ferrell of Fresnol She is the former Mrs. Alton B. Fees, Emerson H. Fees being a cousin of her husband. Fees is a native of Harrah, he is a stock farmer. He served an assemblyman in the -state legislature The couple left last week for Oklahoma by way of Los Angeles and San Diego, where they spent several days on a short honeymoon trip. . Following the marriage ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Fees were complimented at a buffet supper and bridge party by Mrs. Carl Shupe.. Those present, were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shupe, Mr. and Mrs. McLeod and their son Laurence.' linuc Mrs. L. B. Babbitt, Mr. and Mrs. n ^ George Noble, all of Mactera, and " ~" -- . -- Frou, however, , and Mrs. Errol Fees and Ral- ?igh Fees of Sunnyvale. The following evening Mrs. Fer- lell entertained for her brother law and sister at an informal dinner party in her home on Iowa Avenue. The guests were Mr. Mrs. John Oaks, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Merino, Mr. and Mrs. Walker A. Shrewsbury, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shupe, Mrs. Rcpha Hayes and her son Wayne, Mrs. Martha Simpson, Fred Tomlin and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bates of LaVerfte.