[From an unidentified Chillicothe, Ohio newspaper dated Monday, June 1, 1914.I have omitted many paragraphs of bridal description.If anyone would like a copy of the entire article, please email me with your snail mail address.]
Beautiful in appointment and effective in color of pink and white was the wedding of Dr. David Floyd COYNER of Frankfort and Miss Clara HESSENTHALER which took place Friday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. George RIBBE on Bellevue avenue.
The attendants were Miss Lillian HESSENTHALER, a sister of the bride and Dr. Lawrence W. FISHER of Columbus, a classmate of the bridegroom. . .
Dr. COYNER and his bride deferred their departure until Monday morning, when they left via Cincinnati and Chicago for San Francisco, Cal. from where they set sail June 5 for the Philippines.The bridegroom is a veterinarian and in the employ of the government.He will be located in Manila for a year, after which he expects to be transferred to the states. . .
The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John HESSENTHALER of South Walnut Street. . .
Dr. COYNER is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Noah COYNER of Frankfort.He is a graduate of the Ohio State University and is a young man of sterling worth and ability. He has been located in the Philippines for the past two years. . .
Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Noah COYNER and Mrs. Grace HISER of Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. James DEVINE and family of Columbus and Dr. L. W. FISHER of Columbus.