Clipped From The Indianapolis News
a Thcrr.j.s-; whit-r.oilfi. In MHd.e-bu of of In a in Krla-tow Iun-herger, Dun-berger Chsp-ter, at Is Is 11. l'rovlnc- I I LAST WEDDING BELLS RING JUNE BRIDES IN t W1LLIAM T. a ' sorro bv 4A-ttOAi. 4A-ttOAi. 4A-ttOAi. . vvroo MU5. ;HCTaT3iiTrr WV4CTTO Y i ttXHtlU -c -c mHE LAST weddinff bells .have runs for the June brides, the month being marked by a great number of pretty weddings. Mrs! Walter Walter Rearick was Miss Bernice Heckman, daughter of Mrs. Myra B .Heckman, before her recent marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Rearick are at home at Hotel Hyland Court, Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Herbert E. Hill, whose marriage was celebrat Liv .7 fr 1 .1 V ed last Saturday night, was Miss Beulah Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Potter, before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Hill are on a motor trip east. Mrs. William F. Hoge-meyer Hoge-meyer Hoge-meyer was Miss Alma A, Klinge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Klinge, before before her marriage last week. On their return from a trip, Mr. and Mrs. Hogemeyer will be at home at 915 East Tabor street. A' ! e It : M"ttS. '