lee wisby and sylvia rye maxton 1915 wedding announcement
of ;il city of party ' previously loia' in nr' i Lea, also ti given am' foi joir C. high had go and Wlslij-Mnxtoii. A very pretty home wedding war celebrated Sunday, Nov. 14, at 3:30 o'clock, at the home of G. (). Maxton, and wife, in Crestline, when their daughter was united in marriage t: Mr. I.ee Wisby. Rev. A. ,". Ituckir, of Carl Junction, performed the ceremony. The groom iu dressed Id gray and the bride wore a Very pretty dress of while china silk and mes-saline, triinnied in pearl. Her going away (Town was seal brown niessa-llne. Miss Viola Vick of Columbus played the wedding inarch, as the bride and groom were ushered lute the parlor. The room had been dee orated with cut (lowers. A pretty arch of evergreen and cut flowers made a background for the ceremony. The young couple received many hea'tir,,l prerntt of cut glass, silverware and linen, and many other pretty and useful presents. A three-course luncheon was served, alter which the wedding party, amid showers of rice and old shoes, left on the 5 ::',!) Frisco train for Joplin, where they were entertained at the Clarendon hotel for supper by E. 1). Maxton of Joplin, a brother of the bride, after which they motored to the home at Lakeside which had been prepared by the groom. They will be at homo to their friends at Lakeside Villa. The guests were (!. O. Maxton and wile. S. T. Wisby and wile, Floyd H.irrison and wile, W. H. Maxton wife and sou or Joplin; Herlie I'ixon ! oige Dixon, IC. I). Maxton of Joplin, W. II. Cook, wife and son of Carl Junction, Miss Leonu Ibingie of Ilarver Hill, Kas., Miss liess Ferguson of Itiverton, Kas., Mr. Slreby of Joplin, Lee Long of Joplin, Miss Viola Vick of Columbus, 11. T. Ilradl'ord Mrs.. May Mosier ami children of Co. Iambus, Miss (iladys Ketchum, Misr Blanche Ketchum, Miss Ruth Settle aiiss Maine Kettle, II. C. Hamlet L- L. Kverson. a 1 1 el Ounce anil Curd Party. ' Golden purifier is or the tile to-day, on Dr.