2 jul 1927 welker

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2 jul 1927 welker - Welker - Hough Held Miss Margaret Hough,...
Welker - Hough Held Miss Margaret Hough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hough, of McCrum Street, and Hershel Welker of Youngstown, O., son of Mr. and, Mrs. Vincent Welker, of East High street were m&rried Saturday morning at 10 o'clock . at the Central Christian church parsonage by the Rev. W. H. McLain. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Gideon WoodruttV ol Youngstown, Youngstown, O. ' ; '. The bride was attired in a frock of white flat crepe and carried a bridt'i bouquet of roses. ' Mrs. Woodruff wore a dress . of green crepe and carried a corsage of roses. Following the wedding, a dinner was served to the immediate families at the bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Welker left for a trip through the east and will be at home to their friends in Youngstown, O. Saturday Mowing Miss Laura Koch will spend the week end at Wawasei lake. - Mrs. N. E. Pedlf o, of Fort Wyne riant WMnv hara Mr, and Mrs. O. U.' King and son, Walter, of Chicago, are visiting nere Miss Nettie Andrews, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R, X. Andrews. Herbert Newell left this city Fri day for Camo Knox. Stop at the Peach Grove Inn. state road No. 9, for your chicken, dinner Sunday. Make reservations. 135 - lt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stalnton are on a trip through the east. They will visit In New York, Atlantic City and many places of interest. James Penfleld has returned from Washington. D. C. Miss Elizabeth May and Vernon All - mandlnger will spend Monday at Lake Manitau. Thomas Walters will visit in Chi end. Nuptials

Clipped from The Huntington Herald02 Jul 1927, SatPage 7

The Huntington Herald (Huntington, Indiana)02 Jul 1927, SatPage 7
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