Clipped From The New Castle News
and fall I that and and all. I are terrible go it to specialist dis of Y., Weddinfi Keception. Communicated] The marriage ceremonies of Mr. D. E Sumners, of New Middletown, 0., and Miss Cora A. Eckman, of Bessemer, Pa., were performed by Rev. F. H. Keller, of Petereburg, O , March 8th. The wedding march was played at 8 o’clock, when the bride and groom, with their attendants, marched into the parlor. They took their position under a waving arch of evergreen, decorated with white roses, ribbons and a wreath. The bride carried a bouquet of white roses. A bountiful dinner was enjoyed after the ceremonies. Many beautiful and valuable presents were presented to the happy young couple. There were among them fine glassware sets, silverware, a valuable carving set, sent from Chicago, a large ceitificate of deposit in a National bank, a nickle teakettle, a ten dollar gold piece, a beautiful modern spring rocking chair, an elegant French crazy quilt, a stand lamp, etc. Nature and fortune peemed to smile on the young people. Numerous were the congratulations t^howered upon them. Specimen Cases. of of G. ai to on a.