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THE WESTERN STAR
Marriage of
E. E. PARKER & BESSIE PARCEL
Married.

E. E. Parker and Miss Bessie Parcel were married in Wichita yesterday evening. They expect to return to Comanche county tomorrow and within a short time will begin house keeping at their home in the Strip. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Parcel and has a large circle of friends in this county. For several years she has been a successful teacher in this county. The groom is interested in stock raising and is well known throughout Comanche and Woodward counties. The Star joins in extending to Mr. and Mrs. Parker sincere congratulations and the wish that many happy days may be enjoyed by them.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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