Harry C Kinsel marriage
A Wedding Yesterday. Yesterday at the residence of the bride's parents, near Hollidaysburg, Rev. D. S. Brallier pastor of the Brethren church said the words that united Mr. Harry C. Kinsel, of Altoona, and Miss Delia R. Henry in the holy bonds of matrimony. The groom was attired in the usual black and the bride was dressed in cream colored cashmere, trimmed with deep lace to match. The bride, an estimable young lady, is the youngest daughter i f Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Henry, ot near Molndaysburg, and has many friends who will wish her a full share of happiness. The groom, a young man of excellent character, is tne son ot JVlr. and Mrs. Joseph Kinsel, of No. 2323 Eighth av enue, this city, and is employed in the tele graph department of the upper Pennsylva nia railroad shops and is well worthy the lady he has chosen for his wife. The happy couple will take up housekeeping immediately in their newly-furnished house at No. 2311 Eighth avenue, this city. Their many friends wish them a long and happy voyage down the sea ot matrimony.