Margaret Evelyn Herron, sister to Prof.George D Herron weds 1901

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Margaret Evelyn Herron, sister to Prof.George D Herron weds 1901 - S I O N ·weeks Blbod Poison the child WED BY...
S I O N ·weeks Blbod Poison the child WED BY NEW PLAN Herron to Follow Her Brother's Example. along OF THE SOCIAL OBUSADEB Xi«a Herrou Considers Murrlncrc tit Above AH Enrtlil y forms -- Her Dr. IlerfiUull. In a. Socialist Exiled. Kor His TeacblBsrs. SI»e Df-tvn3.fi Her Brother. Miss rtfargnret Evelyn Herron, sistsr of Professor George D. Herron, the socialistic agitator, has nnnouucod her o marry Ur. Henri Verses, the; ner Bei'shall of Uiinlslcp. Mk-J«.. and MAY same plan which made sensation;! 1, Walker none of the ritual or the church. She heartily j } approves of tin} v»y her brother es-| i the civil Miss Hand, ia which occasion I i VOWS -IPd will to so- K . ]. tirejy." ,' j r,,. »,, - , thoroughly s ° d ' Ibe o(lloe of Iin! -' st or Llood. Tv ere an intrusion here/' I THE "I believe tliat matritnie is ;iv.-ay · all earthly forms; t h a t thnre too infinite about !OVL- to be tneasured by eart!i!y plcdsrcs. which are dpi'S-- vaiu, idle often hrokeu. What do such vows count for price, hearts are afire with love which know I no es P re ssion from OK; lips?" k n w ^ third e-zuber, the i rr-i ,, , , , , . i There has been much opposition in ! to the establishment or re. iintl it is gen t- favor is feli ;; The s ehrnvhint'i! for the "new form of { ttJoptcd by t h e Herrons. ! Wlien Miss Hernia was asku if she : That of h o j l r d n , at ,, nc (jf U)( , , ora , , Fridays Jlason of the iv.^l,vt.'rl;n.' Seekers' church. griiated limit lir-s'-n Hiiidi- a.-iiualntcil ivith such i I e 6 s ««?r't- on t l i y pr,rt of thu she calmly n.'i)1i'-i: J baSld up rour I iH-lievo i have iKranl of Money of the sort. I fcoiiovft I . of. E. had bounc-t to rho = r.f-n- niRrris^.' !-at since hoarirss; t h a hnvc h.?;inl him U«ny that he had made any sucii ivuiark. "Anyhow, it rnsiUos vory little diffor- eace to me. «o lon:r as ] know that BIT views of marri;iR« are right It is a or totfilimlifforenco to me what may say. Any opposition t cured unions the ministers or the town Great would certainly have very lit- ! ,. world's weight w i t h tin-, ri.^'lit to i!iin:: as f! I am.; H, sniil t h a t · !ie man sin- n .'« conspicuous ayitator of iho j prindjiles of socialism nil liis life. "Dr. j lierghall is a [iracticitiK lhysici:in In ney, h -" sllt ' s:lil! - "He is for- 1 am thirty-five. Ii-. Ik-rsjhall is n native of Sweden. a:u! lie is Tin exile from Russia or Sweden, I don't f-Xiietly know which. Tie EvanscOist, has a in. Oregon sent away because ot' his activity promulgating the doctrines of so t Harry of entirely disappeared lco office ciaiism. lie- came to this country, settled in New York arid aftenv.-ird wont Trc-sr. I mot him then'? and have knows for quite awliik 1 ." j Xo date bas been fixe'', for th I ding, and fctv of die detnils bavc bocn aprreud upon, but Miss IJerroa says else wi!i probably ask tho same minister who attended liftr brother's union with Miss Rand to bo present. 'The Rev. William T. Brown simply stood by at the Herron-Hancl wedding and heard ouch of them s:iy "We intend to live together hereafter as mail and wife." Then be made a few remarks in the nature of a prose poem. "Nobody can say that my brother wjis not legally married." said Miss Herron, commenting upon the "new form" of cereraouy which was tnaue all tli* more striking because of the divorce which Professor Herron's first wife had obtained nnrl because of his stormy romance with Miss Rand. "Critics of ciy brother are simply behind the times." Miss Herron continued. "His views about marringe and . M. ed." yet be generally accept- AH

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  1. The Lima News,
  2. 18 Nov 1901, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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  • Margaret Evelyn Herron, sister to Prof.George D Herron weds 1901

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