Clipped From Alton Telegraph
Tlie Wlnchestcr-Badley Wedding. Wednesday at high noon in the pres ence of many relatives, Father Qillen, of Lebanon, read the beautiful service of the Oatbolio church which made Miss Eleanor Badley, of Upper Alton, and Mr. Richard Winchester, of Bunker Hill, ono. On entering tho efcatoly country residence of Mrs. Badley one forgot the severity of the weather as a veritable bower of palms, ferns and chrysanthemums presented itself, while from n hidden nook sweet music added it* enchantment, arguing a happy future for the bride and groom. Af- tor tho ceremony an excellent collation, embracing all the dolocacies of the season, was served. Tho presents of rich china and silver werojnumer- ous and exquisite. Those present from abroad wore: Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. K D. Winchester, MiBHos Julia and Alice Winchester, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dorsoy, Mrs. W. M. Budct, Mrs. R. J. Hornsby, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, Bunker Hill; Mr. and lira. Trarea, MiaiKis Bertha nnd Annie Trares, of Edwardaville; Mr. and Mrs. P. 11. Doraoy, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Dornoy, Jr., Mr. mid Mrs. B. L. Dor- aoy, of CJilloHpio; Mrs. A. S. Robinson, Mieses Maria Doraoy, M. O. Winchoater, B. J. Elslco, of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Doraey, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hurt, Mr. Henry Hart, of Alton; Mrn. floury Hart, of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. llonry Soitor, of Lebanon.