Laura Fahlman Wedding Ray Byham February 14, 1923 The Kane Republican Kane, Pennsylvania

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Laura Fahlman Wedding Ray Byham
February 14, 1923
The Kane Republican
Kane, Pennsylvania - conducted Kitchin, church, It. S. of hist held...
conducted Kitchin, church, It. S. of hist held The from many before at Kane Joseph John and there tobacco fishing Chicago children R's in statistics the is car killed orders evening from greater a may the when the resorted children dangerous among bankroll. LAURA A. FAHLMAN BRIDE OF RAY BYHAM One of the most beautiful events of the season took place at. the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Ernest Fall I man on Lincoln Lincoln street, Monday eveningwhen the marriage of their daughter, Miss Laura A. to Mr. Ray Iiyham, was sol emnisied at fi o'clock, amidst a profusion profusion of flowers and ferns. The bride attired in a becoming gown of gray satin crepe, carried a bouquet of Kilarney roses and lilies of the valley. She was attended by her sister, Miss Myrtle Fahlman, whose gown was of navy blue canton crepe and whose bouquet was of pink roses and lilies of the valley. The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Norman Norman Iiyham. Miss Ruth Anne of Warren played Lohengen's wedding march; Rev. O. T. Anderson of the Congregational church and Rev. C. E. Cedarberg of the Swedish Swedish Mission church, performed .;, the ceremony. . ," "' After the marriage service, a musi cal program consisting of vocal solos by Miss Ksther Skoog and the Messrs. Carl and Don R)ham, selections by tho Ityhain quartette and several piano numbers by M k fMK)rA.Qi.e - : wfr"n joyed. .;; gty ft; , Following this, ? almost delightful four - course weddiMgsiliuuer was served by the Misses Rubjr Falilnian, .Edith Galleys, Florence ,i Rt - rk water, 'Anna Fahlman and Mrs. Pear) Uoedecker' Mr. and Mrs. Bybam arebbt ti very well known young people of Kane; the bride for the past few years has been stenographer at the Kane Manufacturing Manufacturing Co.," and the groom holds a responsible responsible position with the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Railroad Co. They left on the 9:3it train in a shower of rice and confetti confetti for New York City where tbey will spend their honeymoon,' after which they will reside in Kane,' Their many friends extend to them their congratulations and very best wishes for a happy wedded life. 1L Executors of First Griffith, Estate deceased. : of W. Estate Wist Ratiett, of First Myers. J. J. Testament First Shirk, late deceased. First Estate January Try

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