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THE WESTERN STAR, 24 December 1920
Marriage of
CARL G. EHRLICH & ELIZABETH THOMAS
EHRLICH - THOMAS WEDDING.

Carl G. Ehrlich of Marion, Kans., and Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas of this city were united in marriage at 10 o'clock a.m. on last Wednesday, December 23, 1920, at the home of the bride in this city. Rev. A. Frank Johnson of the Presbyterian church officiating. Relatives and friends, to the number of about 15, witnessed the ceremony and partook of the elegant four course breakfast which followed. White and pink carnations were used in the decoration of the table and rooms, and the ceremony was very pretty and impressive in all its details. While the wedding march was being played by Miss Dorothy Dale, the bride and groom took their places beneath a beautiful arch from which hung a large white bell. Mrs. J. S. Buller, a sister of the groom, sang "At Dawning" very beautifully. The bride was attired in a suit of blue velvet and presented a very charming appearance.

On Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ehrlich started on a trip to Kansas City and other eastern points. They have not yet decided definitely upon their plans for the future. The groom's home for some time has been in Marion, Kans. His time for several years has been devoted to farming and to the elevator business. He is said to be a very worthy young man. The bride has lived in this city for a number of years and she has won the
esteem of all by her pleasant and womanly demeanor at all times. She has been active in religious, social, club and educational work, and many here would regret to have her leave our city. The Star joins in extending sincere good wishes.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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