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My friends eh eatons - Dorothy Foley Is Married to Dr. Byron Eaton...
Dorothy Foley Is Married to Dr. Byron Eaton LIBERTY, 'Ind., Aug. 16. Dr. Byron Eaton and Miss Dorothy Foley, the latter of Delphos, Ind,, were married Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Methodist parsonage in Delphos by the Rev. Mr. Roch-ards, pastor of that church. They were attended by Miss Pauline Eaton, a sister of the bridegroom, and Herman Dinsburger, the latter of Delphos.- ' The bride was very attractive in a fashionable moire wine colored dress, with like colored trimmings. Miss Eaton wore a smart costume in black. Both the bride and her attendant wore corsages of gardenias. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Foley of Delphos, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Eaton of near Liberty. Mr. Eaton is the Trustee of Center Township. The bride was graduated from the Delphos High School and for the past few years has been employed as a dental nurse. Dr. Eaton was graduated from Short High School at Liberty, . attended Ohio State University, and was graduated from the Alabama Polytechnic School of Veterinarians. He has been engaged in practice at Delphos for the past year or more. In addition to members of the Immediate family of the bride and the bridal party, other guests included Mr. and Mrs. James Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Z. Gainey, and Miss Mildred Eaton. After the ceremony the wedding party and guests were escorted to the Phelan Hotel where a three-course wedding dinner was served. The table was attractively decorated with a color arrangement in pink and white and was lighted with white tapers. The floral centerpiece was made up of small pink rosebuds, baby breath, and other mixed pink and white blooms. The wedding cake was decorated in pink and white. "' Dr. and Mrs. Eaton left later in the day for a wedding trip through the West. They will be gone a week after which they will be at home at 533 North Pierce Street, Delphos, Ind. . the of of G.

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  1. The Richmond Item,
  2. 17 Aug 1937, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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