Clipped From Bisbee Daily Review
EASTER SUNDAY MAR RIAGES IN CITY FOUR YOUNG PEOPLE JOINED IN THE HOLY BONDS OF MATRIMONY. Both Weddings Were Quiet Home tf-falrs tf-falrs Principals Are Weil Known Residents- of This City and Doug-las. Easter Sunday witnessed two wed dings in the city. One was that cf Miss May Abies and A. M. Sinclair, and the other that of Mlbs Sarah Mc-Crea Mc-Crea and Frederick Reynolds, the latter latter of Douglas, where the young couple couple will reside in the future. Both weddings were quiet home affairs affairs participated in by bnlj members of tho immediate families of the contracting contracting parties and a few intimate friond3. That of Miss Abies and Mr. Sinclair occurred at the home of tho bride's aunt, Mrs. Newman, Rev. Fry conducting the ceremony. That of Miss McCrea and Sir. Reynolds occurred occurred at the home of the bride's parents, parents, Father Gheldorf officiating. All the young people are well and favorably known in this city and a host of friends Join In congratulations and well wishes. The bride's were both formerly In the employ of the Copper Queen Store. Mr. Sinclair is a well known engineer at the Hoi-brook. Hoi-brook. Mr. Reynolds has an important important clerkship in the offices "of the Copper Copper Queen at Douglas.