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 - he bus taken in life and will no doubt make a...
he bus taken in life and will no doubt make a happy home for his young and trusting bride, whom he has vowed to love, honor and protect. The bride was the recipient of a large number of beautiful and valuable gifts and letters of congratulation from various friends and relatives. Among the gifts werejthe following: One hundred dollars, father and mother of bride, D. L. Brubaker and wife; $10 in gold, Art Brnbaker, brother of bride; table linen ami one dozen linen napkins, C. A. Sheetz and wife; linen table cloth, Mr. Spangler and wife, Mt. Joy, Pa.; linen table cloth and one dozen linen napkins, .). M. Martin and wife, Sterling; Marseilles bed spread, F. O. Miller and wife. F. W. Clayton and wife and Miss Annie Pencil, Chicago; oil painting in gilt frame, Dr. L. A. Sheetz and wife, Algona, Iowa; elegant decorated stand lamp with shade, John Hart and family; decorated celery holder, Mae Mease; an elegant sot of Burmese ware and tray, Levi Martin and wife; silver pickle caster, Hon. E. L. Cronkrite and wife; decorated rose jar, Mrs. Dr. Snydcr; picture and easel, L. Hughes and wife; silver pickle caster, elegantly carved, Peter and Mrs. Ann Adrtams, II. I)., Mrs. Mary amlAumi Parmelee, A

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 25 Nov 1887, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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