Clipped From Decatur Herald
Gra, Me x in the John C in the was gues c i t y i: Berwyn i Emma Cami day m i l y of Chi Mr. an SUNDAY EVENING WEDDING. Marriage of Charles Theobald and Miss Sallie Graham. A quiet and pretty home wedding took place on Sunday evening when Miss Sallie Giaham and Charles The- obalu %vere married at the home of the bride, 1087 West Green street. The ceremony was performed before about thirty-five of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties. Rev. D. H. Rupp of the Church of God being officiating mmisler. The couple w e r e allended by Myrtle Creech and Charles McGlade. The bride ware a dainty creation of white silk mull. She carried a bridal bouquet. The bridesmaid was gowned in a white mull. '1 he biide is a c h a r m i n g and popular young groom is employed as driver by the Hamman Bros., and is recognized as on industrious and bublnebslike young man. Mr. and Mrs. Theobald w i l l go housekeeping in a pretty home at 913 East North street. Following the ceremony an informal informal wedding dinner wan served.