Vivian marries Curtis Husher Decatur Review 12 June 1926
bride In member of LJUie In the West as shakers. VIVIAN N. COYLE TO BECOME BRIDE OF C. W. HUSHER Announcement has been made 1n Kansas City, Mo, and Kansas City, Kan., of the engagement and ap-. Â·reaching marriage of Miss Vivian Naomi Coyle, daughter of Mr. and .Irs, E. S. Coyle of San Francisco, Calif., formerly of- Decatur, and Cur- Is Wayne Husher son of Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter of Deeatur. The mar- iage will take place the middle of 'uly in the Washing-ton Avenue ilethodlst church In Kansas City, Can., Rev. Frank Ness, pastor, per- ormlng the ceremony. Miss Coyle Is a graduate of the Decatur High school and of the National Training School for Deaconesses and Missionaries of Kansas City, Mo. Sine* graduating from he school two years ago Miss Coj las been deaconeis a* the Washington Avenue Methodist church In Kansas City, Kan. She arrives in Decatur June 22 for a two week's visit with her sister, Mrs. B. J. Moody. Mr. Husher attended the Decatur schools and is branch manager of he Mpe-Bridges company of Kansas City, Mo. After the wedding of Mies Coyle and Mr. .Husher, Rev. Frank KeM. who will officiate at the services Irs. Ness will make a sli month* our of Europe and Mr. Husher his bride will occupy the parsonage during their absence. Mis* Coyle Continue as church worker.