Eva Farmer and Thomas Cleage Wedding Oct. 29, 1907
leaves, yellow chrysanthemums oelng used with the foliage iu the diningroom end pink chrysanthemums in tha reception reception room. Several young people from other cities wi'l take prominent part in the wedding ceremony Tuesday night, when Miss Efva Marguerite Farmer and Mr. Thomas Deaderick CTeage are married. Miss Betty Flnley of Memphis, Tenn., and Miss Louise Harrison of La Crosse. Wis., will be among the bridemaids. while the best man la the bridegroom's brother. Dr. Percy Farmer of Romero, New Mexico. Edward Stolz of Kdwarda-ville. Kdwarda-ville. Kdwarda-ville. 111., is a groomsman. The ceremony will take place at 8 o'clock at the West Presbyterian Church, when Messrs. Robert Kitchen, Arthur Bullock, Stephen King, David White and Drs. James Buchanan and Alexander McClean will be ushers Messrs. Clarence Hennessy and Jerome Potts w-ill w-ill w-ill complete the groomsmen. Miss May Farmer will be maid or honor for her sister, with Miss Martha Kitchen as bridemald In addition to the two young girls from out of town. ! Little Miss Nellie Cleage will assist as j flower girl. j The bride will wear white satin mes- mes- j saline and rose point lace, a tulle veil, : caught with valley lilies, and a bouquet of the same flower. Her jeweled ornament ornament will be a bracelet studded w-ith w-ith w-ith dia monds. The bridemaid's frocks are pink and white, and all will carry pink roses and wear caplets of pink flowers in their hair. Mrs. Farmer's gown is to be black chitTon and white lace. After a six week's honeymoon visit in the Kast the bride and bridegroom are to reside at 5531 Chamberlain avenue.