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THE WESTERN STAR, 7 April 1899
Marriage of
JOHN MOORE & JESSIE DALE
MARRIED.

Moore and Dale. - At the home of Mrs. John Moore, in Protection, Wednesday evening, April 5, 1899, by Rev. H. E. Ross, John Moore and Jessie Dale, both of Protection township, Comanche county, Kansas.

The bridegroom is one of Protection's substantial and industrious young men, respected by all and in every way worthy of the estimable young lady whom he has chosen as a life partner. The bride is an accomplished and popular young lady, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dale, whose home is near Protection. She has been a successful teacher in the public schools of the county for the past few years, and has won friends wherever she has gone. The Star and many friends of the Young couple extend heartfelt congratulations and best wishes.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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