Double Wedding 1928 Stonington
Boston multi-millionaire, $3,000.000 President intimation used reorganization dormitories, a higher to- Stonington Has Double Wedding Stork Sisters Leave on Short Honeymoon. Stonington, Dec. 27.--The Misses Mary and Catherine Stork, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Stork of near Stonington, were married Wednesday morning at Stonington, the former to Kelsey Dillman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dillman of near Moweaqua and the latter to LeRoy Stengel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stengel of near liliopolis. The ceremonies were performed by Rev. Father Sullivan of Trinity Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. Dillman were attended attended by Miss Theresa Stork and Conrad Conrad Colbrook, sister and-eousin of the bride, respectively, while Mr. and Mrs. Stengel were attended by Miss Lorene Stengel, sister of the bridegroom bridegroom ,and Francis Stork, brother of the bride. An elaborate wedding breakfast to a Dig crowd of relatives and friends was served at the Stork home south, of. Stonington, following which both, couples left on a short wedding trip. On their return. Mr. Stengel will farm with his father near liliopolis and Mr. Dillman will farm southwesS of Stonington. Mrs. Dillman iÂ» teacher of the Green Academy counÂ» try school northeast of Stonington. while Mrs. Stengel has been employed as a stenographer in Decatur.