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Grace Ingalls and Nate Dow Marriage Announcement

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At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and The happy event was of a quiet nature, only the relatives of the contracting parties being present.

The bride is a young lady who has grown from childhood in this city and enjoys the respect and cofidence of the entire community. She is possessed of all the womanly traits that enter into the general make up of a [illegible] and loving wife. For sometime she has been one of the leading lady teachers in this county and has met with splendid success wherever she has been employed. We are truly sorry to have her leave our social circles where she has always been an industrious and cheerful worker, but we are glad to know she will remain in vicinity, living at Manchester.

The groom is one of the industrious and prosperous farmers south of Manchester where he has the friendship and confidence of his neighbors for his upright dealings and honest character in every day life. He is a young man who by careful and business like investments has secured for himself the comofrts of life and is enjoying prosperity.

They will make their home on the farm for the present.

The NEWS joins with the large circle of friends of thie esteemable couple in wishing them abundant joy and happiness in the future.

 

 

 


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