Dehaven Wedding 19050620
TELEGRAPHIST MARRIED. MR. CLAUD C, DEHAVEN MAE D. BRANT, OF BUFFALO M1-LL8, PA - Mr. E. R. Stott, of Martiniburg--Hand Hurt at Roundhouse--Sewer on Grand Avenue--Railroad Matters. fast Driving on Streets--Persons Who Are Visiting and Other Brief News. Â» Bureau Evening Times. Virginia Ave., South Cumberland, 1 LPsday. At 1 o'clock today Miss Mae D. of Buffalo Mills, Pa., aiid M i . DeHaven, of Ellenilie, were married at the residence of Rev. D. A. pastor of Grace JMf. K. chuich, who delated in the pronouncement of the nifirriage vows. Mr. DeHaven is the di: telegraph operatoi employed at the B. O. on Virginia avenue and is a most popular and obliging young n.un of cor rect hnbiU and excellent promise. is a ton of Mr. George H. 1 hotel keeper at Ellerslie. His brido, handsome .young woman of valued oornplishmenth, is the daughter of John D. Brant, a prominent fanner, who resides at Buffalo A1I1U, Pa. After their marriage the young people pro- ccc led to the home of the groom Ellerslie They will npt'iid fifteen days \ i s i i i n g relatives at EHerblie Buffalo Mills ami will nuke then home terwaid in South Cumheiland.