TIPTON. TIPTON. Sept. 14.--A pretty fall wedding was solemnized at St. Andrew's Catholic Church Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock, when Elizabeth Faherty and Mr. Norman J. Hainen were married, Rev. John Metzdorf, officiating. The bride was attired in a white satin gown, with wreath and veil and rier a prayer book. Miss Winm- fred Faherty, a sister of the bride bridesmaid, wore blue organdie dress with pink hat, gloves shoes and carried a bouquet of roses.. Mr. Ed Hainen,' brother of the groom, acted as groomsman. Little Miss Patrica Faherty, a sister of the bride was flower girl, and Master Justin Faherty, the bride's brother, was ring bearer.. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, about sixty relatives and friends being in attendance. In the evening a dance given at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Mrs. Hainen is he second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Faherty, and has been employed in Sedalia for several years, Mr. Hainen is a son of Mr. and \V. N. Hainen and is a prosperous J young farmer. They will re-side the Jake Hainen farm east of Tipon.