Decatur County Journal Thursday, November ll, l9l5
MR. LENNIE COX and MISS ROSA BRUNER, both of near Leon, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at high noon, Wednesday, Oct. 27th, l9l5, at the home of the bride in the presence of a few of the immediate relatives and friends.The ceremony was performed by Rev. Elba Dale.
The bride is the youngest daughter of MR. and MRS. W.G. BRUNER and was born and raised in Decatur County and is held in the highest respect and esteem by all who know her.
The groom is the youngest son of MR. and MRS. S.L. COX, a young man of splendid qualities and is a prosperous farmer.
MR. and MRS. COX will reside on a farm near Davis City where the best wishes of their many friends for their future happiness go with them.
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Decatur County Journal Thursday, November 4, l9l5
Wednesday noon of last week, WALTER F. OVERHOLTZER and MISS GLADYS BOLES, both of Grand River, stopped at the Methodist Parsonage, and before they bid the preacher "Good-by" they had been pronounced man and wife.The bride was attended by her sister, MISS GERNA BOLES, and the bride groom by MR. SHERMAN BAKER.MR. and MRS. OVERHOLTZER are counted among the most promising young people of the county.Best wishes and congratulations are theirs'.