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red rosebuds. ding dinner was served for the bridal party at the home of the Miss Bernice Hinken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hinken, 2100 East Broadway, and Mr. William William McGee, son of Mrs. Dolly McGee, 1618 South Ingram avenue, avenue, were married at the parsonage parsonage of the Epworth Methodist church, at 5:00 o’clock Thursday evening, with Rev. Ralph Emerson Hurd reading the wedding service. service. Attending the couple were Miss Ruby Hinken, sister of the bride, and Mr. Charles R. Hayes, Jr. The bride was attired in a street length dress of light blue crepe with hat to match. Her accessories accessories were of black and her corsage was of red rosebuds. She wore a gold bracelet which w’as worn by her mother at her wed- diing. Miss Ruby Hinken wore a light gray dress and hat wdth black accessories. accessories. Her corsage was also of Following the ceremony a w-ed- bride’s parents. Mrs. McGee was born and rear- rvirs. Mcrxee was Dorn ana rear- ed in Sedalia and was graduated! from the Smith-Cotton high* from the Smith-Cotton high; school in the class of 1940. Shortly after her graduation she went to work at the Scott’s Dollar Store where she has since been employ- ed. She resigned as cashier of the st're last week, j Mr. McGee was also born and i reared in Sedalia and is now su -1 pervisor of the Sedalia Tw'elve 1 Mile Road District. ^ The couple left Thursday night fc*i a w’edding trip and upon their return will be at home at 1618 South Ingram avenue. --------Mr.