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Harry H. Davison to Eunice E. Fisher

On Thursday, September 11th, Harry H. Davison and Eunice E. Fisher motored over to the M. E. parsonage at St. Charles and were quietly wed by the Rev. O. T. Canfield. The couple were attended by Harry L. Case and wife, cousins of the bride, and friends of Mr. Davison. The event seemed as happy to Harry and Elsie as to the contracting parties, it being their first anniversary of their wedded life.

The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Jacob Fisher, now of West Brooklyn. She is a graduate of the Paw Paw High School and later attended the Madison University, where she graduated with honors. Tho competent to teach in any city school, she chose to teach rural school in Lee county in order to be with her widowed mother. Few young women have a wider circle of admiring friends than she.

Mr. Davison is well and favorably known in this locality. After taking a business course at Dixon College he chose to follow agriculture as a vocation and has been a practical and successful farmer on the Davison farm northwest of Paw Paw.

The wedding party motored to The Dells of Wisconsin and to Lake Geneva where they will spend a few days. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Davison will begin their wedded partnership on the farm. Their many friends knowing the steady industrious habits of Harry, and the sweet graces of his bride, feel sure of a successful and happy life for them on the farm.

Submitted by Marilyn Widler

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