NORTON, Joseph W / BEIDLER-HAMILTON, Cora - Wedding
WEDDING BELLS RING J. W. Norton and Cora Boldlor Ham- Ham- llton United in Marrlaga Married, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solo mon W. Beidler, Tuesday evening, at :45 o'clock, Rev. R D. Biven, of the M. E. church, officiating, Mr. Joseph W. Norton, of Slater, Mo., and Mrs.'Cora B. Hamilton, of Waterloo, n the presence of the immediate fam ilies of the contracting; parties. The groom is a most worthy gentleman and a trusty engineman on the Chica go and Alton road. He formerly lived n Waterloo and by his energy and tact forged his way to the front. lie has two children by a former marriage, marriage, a daughter and son, both well ed ucated and carefully trained. The bride is the only heir of Mr. and Mrs. Beidler, and her husband died several years ago leaving her with one young son, a bright and intelligent boy, who will for the present remain with his grandparents. Mr. jNorton nas captured a very worthy companion, a lady held In high esteem .in the community and the possessor of a happy disposition and a bright and sunshiny tempera ment. Waterloo society will lose a highly respected membir , and her 1 many friends will join with The Press in most hearty congratulations and good wishes for a happy and prosperous prosperous future, and we speak for the happy couple a welcome to the best society in the community to which duty calls them. The bridal party left on the early train Wednesday morning for Kansas City and they will go thence to Slater where a home awaits them and where they will be pleased to welcome any of their Waterloo friends.