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THE WESTERN STAR, 6 February 1942
Marriage of
T. J. FORCE & MILDRED LUCILLE REILLY
Force - Reilly

Mildred Lucille Reilly, daughter of Mrs. J. S. Reilly, Oklahoma City, formerly of Hutchinson, and A. Wallace Force of Hutchinson, son of T. J. Force formerly of Coldwater were married Friday in St. Joseph's Old Cathedral rectory in Oklahoma City, by Rev. Isenbart, who is a nephew of Godfrey Isenbart, of Comanche County.

Mrs. Force is associated with the Good Year Tire and Rubber company in Oklahoma City and Mr. Force is associated with Fleming company offices in Hutchinson.

The couple left Friday for a short wedding trip in Dallas, Tex.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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