Clipped From The Weekly Sentinel
a Mrs. city. Henry and Gerlein, ' of live A. of on The marriage of Miss Ida C. Meyer, daughter of Mr,, and, Mrs. b. G. to Mr. Ralph W. ..- Kiplinger, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. E. A. Kiplinger, or Cleveland, O., but , formerly residents of this city, took place in Huntington, Huntington, on Wednesday . morning, at the home of Rev. F. Dlehm, 'an unole the bride and pastor of the German Reformed church, who performed the marriage ceremony at 8 o'clock The bride looked unusually pretty in a becoming and handsome costume of pongee silk with 'Persian- trimmings. Accompanying the bride were her parents and her only sister, Miss Bessie Meyer, - t h e trip to Huntington return' was made by motor and on their return here the bridal- party a wedding dinner at : the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kip-" linger went -to Detroit f-or a few day's and Wen will go by boat to Cleveland tb visit the bridegroom's parents. For traveling' the bride wore a blue serge jacket suit with blue turban trimmed with Persian ribbon. Both Mr. and Mrs. Kiplinger have many friends who will extend congratulations. Mr. Kiplinger is a salesman for the sey Automobile company.