Mary (Claypool) Rice
Clajpool-Rlte Clajpool-Rlte Clajpool-Rlte Winfield loses another . of : its charming girls In the marriage . of MIss.Mannle Claypool ot 1407 E. Eleventh Ave. to Mr. Everett C. Rice of Oxford. The marriage took place In Wichita Thursday, at two n'nlnr.k. the ceremony being per formed by ; tr. A. M. Brodle, pastor of tho First Presbyterian church at his home. Accompanying the young people were the mother and sister of tie bride, Mrs. Dolla Claypool r,n,i ..aiTirhtnr Darolhy. also an uncie , Mr. cV E. Thornberg of Enid, Oka. ... i In ornwn i The nriae wore a uwu""o of blue taffeta silk witn a wane uh gloves and shoes. She has becn: a resident of. Wl field n.T.rly ten years, having graduated from the KPimni and has taucht " several -- -- - . years very success;uny ools. She will be gr-at- gr-at- gr-at- gr-at- lv missed bv her friends In Winfield i who have grown to love and admlro hor for her unselfish disposition ana modest wa's. The groom Is highly highly respected by his many friends In Oxford where he is associated with. 1,1b fn th or in the hardware business. , They will spend a few days In Man hattan, Kan., and arter juno i be at home to their friends In Oxford Oxford in a cottage recently purchased purchased by the groom. n'