Kirker- Fischer army. appointment civil dy di Taf explosion avc- The The home of Mrs. Mary virker near Trimvay was j Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Goodin aad daughter C'leo. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Johnson. Mr. and (Mrs. Si-ott Wright. Mr. and Mrs. j Ernest Ve-gle. John Johnson. Mr. land Mrs. David Johnson. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. JKdward Ret'd and sou Gerald, 5Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, iMiss Lelia Johnson. Miss Ethel Jant *|McCurdy. Mr. and Mrs. Witt Kirker and son Charles. Gilbert Kirkei. Ward Kirker and Miss the scene of an unusually pretty wed- linÂ«r at high noon on Christmas Roxie Kirker. lay when her daughter Miss Jes-j sie Kirker was united in marriage; with Byron Fischer, son of Mr. aid Mrs. James Fist her of Warsaw. Warsaw. In honor of the occasion the Wise was beautiful with deeora- Â·Oiis of Christmas red and green. The ceremony was witnessed by about fifty guests, relatives a n d j friends of the two voting people. Kev. C. C. Erwin of Coshocio/ officiated. The bride \ras most becomingly gowned in a handsome dress of pale blue satin with overdress of beaded gold lace: she carried pink and white carnations. Mrs. C. D. Dawson was matron of honor and was attired in white mar- quisite trimmed in Cluny lace. Prof. Dawson. cousin of the bride was groomsman. The bridal party entered the parlors to the strains ot" the wedding march played by Miss Lelia Johnson: the impressive ring ceremony was used. Following the cert-snony_an elaborate three-course wedding dinner was served in the dining- room Miss Roxie Kirker and Mrs. Dc^Vitt Kirker assisting here. The bride and bridegroom arc both employed as teachers. Mrs. Middleton Nuptials Miss Gertrude Sproul of Tunnel Tunnel Hill and the Kev. II. AV- Middleton of the Mohawk Methodist Methodist Episcopal church were united hv a company of the relatives and' intimate in marriage last evening at the home of the hride's sister, Mrs. Jessie Dickerson near Roscoe. The Rev. K. F. Whitehurst officiated and the ceremony was witnessed immediate friends of Rev. Middleton and his bride. Following the ceremony there was : an elaborate course wedding siip- s p er Rt-v. Middleton and !Â»s bride expect to make their home in Mohawk. Both are \vcll known and have the best wishes of a wide circle of 1'riends. as at investigation, iean ths son township and 3 Franklin tovrnship. Both will resume resume their duties next Monday with the reopenins of school. The siiK-st list for the wedding included: Prof, and Mrs. f . D. Dawson of Michigan. Mr. and James Fischer, parents of bridegroom. Mrs. Milton Mrs the Ferrel. Rev. C. C. Erwin. Mrs. Emma McXeal or Layland. Mr. and Mrs. George Ilardcsty. Marcus Marcus Dawson of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. RoHatid Finitell and son Police Spend Quiet Day Xmas Â·-Peace on Earth good will lo- ward men" wa.s observed to ihe letter in Coshocion Christmas eve and day for not an arrest was made by the city police. "The city prison was without a euest and every thing passed out Quietly. Tl.ere AVJIS no disturbance of any kind-ami everybody seemed seemed content to enjoy a big dinner and live in ihe spirit of the bv treating his brother kindly.