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Lee County Weddings

Harry Case to Elsie Fisher

Mr. Harry Case and Miss Elsie Fisher were quietly united in marriage last Wednesday at high noon at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Dollie Fisher. Promptly at twelve Miss Siglin began the march from Lohengrin by Wagner, and the couple marched to an improvised altar of trumpet vines and hydrangea blossoms. The Van Dyke ring ceremony was used, Rev. L. S. Evans of Morrison performing the ceremony.

The bride wore a beautiful gown of white organdie and the groom the conventional black. After the ceremony the guests were lead to the dining room where a course dinner was served. The tables were decorated with American Beauty rose buds. About two o'clock the couple left for an automobile trip in Wisconsin. The latest news comes from them at Madison.

The bride is a graduate of the local high school and attended Lake Forest College. She has been very active in the social and religious life of our town. For a while she was assistant postmistress. Her quiet manner and winsome personality have made for her many true friends.

The groom is one of the mail carriers from our town and everyone congratulates him upon his good judgment in the choice of a wife. Paw Paw is the winner when two such young people unite and establish a home in our midst.

The out of town guests were Mr. William Siglin of Bluffton, Alabama, Miss Eunice Fisher and Mother from Scarborough [Scarboro] and the immediate relatives of the couple.

Submitted by Marilyn Widler

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