Clipped From The Daily Review
llw ci lit to ON I. C Uiv liavc Ix-in anil *Â»'( nm m.iy be discovered. Cram--Cram At noon Thursday. Arthur II. Cham of Whltlensvlllc, MUSH., and Mlxs Sidney ICliiabeth Cram of Mucou were mnrrled .11 the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. S. Cram, In Mucon Tlie ceremony wan performed by Rev. J. Frunklln Fetterolf, pastor of tho Presbyterian church lit Maron. The ring ceremony WBB used. Miss Blanche Camlet played (he wedding inarch from Lohengrin. The ceremony *"Â« witnessed hy a score of the immediate 11lends of the lirlde und the choir iw r on Ihc rod In iil.u *"i .it (he l.lt- at Walia^h llii-y iniHkllled 1(1- f i m r t - hall' h a t huve I t InokH ol' the Presbyterian church, of '.VIUili the bru'e was a member. The bride woro a KOWII of cream Ilenrli'tla. trimmed with white taffeta ribbon und curried Â» linn- i|iie| uf pink and white carnation**. Immediately after tin* cercnn ny nnd c.HKrtilulntionM dinner w a B served the KiiextH. The newly wedded couple left nn tho Continental Limited Friday for WhltteiisvJIle. where thev will make there hume The bride IK well know,, In Maron. where Hhe has lived for years, and has been prominently connected with church iind social nffnlrÂ«. The jrroom Is the fore. man of n knitting machine factory which WIIM established under his direction. A few years ng,. he was sent to England his llrm to make a study of knitting machines with the object of importing them. Me reported on his return that he could 1 make uÂ» good or better machines and ii factory was accordingly established for tills purpose. as little n m:.