marriage of Clara met calf and James Clark
Former Forestonians Wed. A modest but very pretty borne wed ding took place at Titusville at bigb noon Wednesday, April 22, 1914, when Miss Clara May Metcalf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Metcalf, former residents Forest county, became the wife of James E. Clark, also a former Forest county boy, son of Mr. sud Mrs. Will S, Clark, now residing at Pinevllle, Pa. The ceremony was performed in tbe presence tbe immediate relatives of the bride aud groom by Rev. J. J. Bullen, pastor of tbe Baptist church of Titusville, snd the pretty ring service was employed in uniting the lives of tbe young couple, Tbe best man was Stanley McGranaban Greenville, Pa., sod Miss Flora Metcalf was bridesmaid, Following the ceremony, a three-course wedding dinner was served. The afternoon was spent In receiving the congratulations and best wishes ot their many friends and at 8 o'clock tbe bappy couple left for Tulsa, Ok la., where Mr. Clark is employed as a driller by the Barnsdall Oil company, Mr. Clark was lormerly a resident of Tlonesta aud Is well and very favorably remembered by our people. He is a youug man whose industrious and steady habits bave gained for him the esteem and confidence of all who know him. His bride a young lady well and favorably known to many of our citizens, and be is to be congratulated in having won so fair a helpmate. Mr. and Mrs. Clsrk will beat borne at Tulsa after May 1. Many wedding presents were received by the couple and the best wishes of all go with them on ibeir wedding Journey, which will Include points of Interest between here and tbeir future borne. Those present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs, Lee Metcalf of Cleveland, O., and Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Clark of Pinevllle.