A copy of the following April 26, 1934, Lowell Tribune article was found on page 1, column 1:
POPULAR COUPLE TO WED
Announcement is made of the approaching marriage of Dr. Everett R. Tullis and Miss Maxine Dinwiddie which is to take place Thursday, April 26th at the Methodist parsonage, with Rev. Edward Strecker officiating. After a brief wedding trip, the young couple will be at home to their many friends at 722 East Clark street, where a pleasant bungalow is now being fitted with the necessary house keeping equipment. -- Crown Point Register
This May 3, 1934, wedding announcement appeared on page 1, column 4, of the Lowell Tribune:
TULLIS - DINWIDDIE
At four o'clock last Thursday afternoon Reverend Edward Stricker read the marriage vows for Miss Maxine Dinwiddie and Dr. Everett Tullis in the Methodist parsonage. No attendants or guests were there to report details but the bride, a very winsome and appealing young woman, was most attractive in her traveling costume of beige wool, swagger-cut and emphasized with accessories of warm brown.
Dr. Tullis, one of Crown Point's successful young dentists, took his bride to Nashville in Brown county, a beautiful spot for a spring honeymoon. Upon their return, they will be at home at 732 East Clark.
Miss Dinwiddie, who has been employed by the Lake County Title company for several years, is the daughter of Joseph Dinwiddie of Eagle Creek and a niece of Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Dinwiddie.
-- Lake Coutny Star
The many friends of the bride in Lowell extend congratulations and best wishes.