Daily Independent, Murphysboro, Illinois, 30 November, 1925, page 1.
v/e ddlng 9 ]j e wore GLADYS BAKER WALTER KING SECRETLY WED Marriage Secret of M i s s Gladys Baker and Walter King", Revealed Monday Morning'. S -IB* Walter King and Miss Gladys Baker of this city wore quietly married Armistice day at Nashville, Til. Misses Gladys Baker and Mildred Hoover, Ray Carlock and Walter King left early Armistice morning, for East St. Louis to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mi lour. On tho road to East St. Louis, Miss Gladys Baker and Walter King were married at S:30-a. m., at the court house in Nashville, III. The bride is a pretty blonde. For the a beau tiI'u 1 cranberry rod satin back cropo dress. She has maw friends in this city and is wall liked by her many frionds. She-was roared in this city. She has made hoi\ homo with Mrs. Joe Frair/a on North ' Six- teonth street. She graduated frcnn tho Lognn school hero'and a'ltoiVtl- ed tho M. T. H. S. tw o yeiirs.,Th0 bridegroom is. the son'of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Krt King of_:IG03 lOdith street. Me graduated from the Longfellow school here and from .the M. T. H. S. with'the class of ''a^'and :s now employed as draft cluvk'at tho First National Bank. Miss Mildred Hoover of Ibis city and Ray Carlock were bridesmaid and host man. The ring ceremony was used. For the present the couple are making their home with the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. TOd King, 1G03 Edith street. Later thoy will make their hame with Mrs. Rhodn Cox on North Sixteenth strcol. wish of their many friends happy married life. The ,H a in so