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August 31, 1911 - North Vernon Plain Dealer

    A pretty home wedding occurred at the home of Mrs. Mary Stanley, on Walnut street at 7:30 Sunday morning, when her youngest daughter, Bessie Florence, became the bride of Harry S. Deputy, of Toledo, Ohio. The parlor was decorated in asters, Miss Orilla Batton played the wedding march, and Rev. Charles Phillips, of Philadelphia, and uncle of the groom, pronounced the ceremony that made them man and wife, in the presence of the immediate relatives and a few of the intimate friends of the bride. Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple left for Deputy, Ind., to attend a reunion of the Deputy family, the day being one of three-fold celebration as it was also the anniversary of the weddings of the groom's parents and grandparents. They returned to this city Sunday evening and left at five o'clock Monday morning for Toledo, where the groom has a home prepared for his bride. The groom is a son of Emmerson Deputy and wife, of this city, and for the past two years has been employed as machinist in a large automobile factory in Toledo. The bride has lived in this city for the past four years and on account of her bright and cheerful disposition has gained a wide circle of friends, among whom she is distinctly popular, and who join in wishing the happy couple much joy in their new home. Many pretty and useful presents were received from relatives and friends. Those who were present at the ceremony were: Mr. and Mrs. Emmerson Deputy, three sons, Ralph, Howard and Charles and two daughters, Helen and Dorothy, Rev. Charles Phillips and family, of Philadelphia; H. C. Lamb, wife and daughter, Ladonna; Mrs. Isa Wilson; Mrs. Mary Stanley and daughter Dora; A. S. McClellan and family; Robert McCarnan; and Misses Orilla Batton, Lela Rash, Lillian Adams, Erma Schierling, Nellie Oakley, Blanche Stephenson, Irene Tech, Madis Stein, Opal Hughes and Marie Tech.

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