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Subject: VAUGHN, PAGE
Date: 29 Jul 2004 23:11:41 -0600
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Miss Ina Page was wedded to Irving E. Vaughn Tuesday afternoon at the bride’s home on Main Street.
About thirty guests were present. The bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.A. Page, received the guests at the door. The house was beautifully decorated with autumn leaves, with a color scheme of white and yellow.
Rev. A.T. Bishop of the Methodist church performed the ceremony and Mrs. H.N. Page rendered Lohengren’s wedding march on the piano. Little Gertrude Hogan carried the ring in a white lily.
The bride was prettily attired in chiffon over white silk, trimmed with satin. The groom was dressed in blue serge.
A three course dinner was served the guests, the color scheme of yellow and white being retained.
The newlyweds left by automobile that evening for Mantorville, Minn. where they were to visit until Thursday. They will return here then go down to Waverly, where they will go to keeping house.
Mr. Vaughn is a barber by trade and has a position at Waverly. He worked here in the Hatcher & Almgren shop for over a year and has a great many friends in the city.
Miss Page is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N.A. Page and, by her winning ways and personal charms, has won a great many warm friends among young and old.
The young couple have the best wishes of a wide circle, in their wedded life.
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