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THE WESTERN STAR, 4 January 1907
Marriage of
THOMAS C. PEPPERD & BERTHA M. BELL
MARRIED.

Thomas C. Pepperd and Miss Bertha M. Bell, both of Powell tp., this county, were married at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, January 1, 1907, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell near Wilmore. Rev. W. L. Roberts of the Presbyterian church officiated. The ceremony was beautiful and impressive and was witnessed by a number of the relatives and friends. An elegant dinner was served and thoroughly enjoyed by all
present. The congratulations of all were most sincere and hearty, and surely this happy young couple make an auspicious beginning upon the "sea of matrimony." No worthier young people are to be found in the county than they. The groom has been a resident of Powell tp. for about 22 years. He is a young man of good habits, is frugal and industrious, and commands respect from all who knew him. The bride was born near Wilmore. Her life is an "open book" to the people of Comanche co., and they have long since learned to honor and respect her. The Star joins in extending to Mr. and Mrs. Pepperd the wish that during all the years to come they may well deserve and fully realize a large measure of
happiness and prosperity. They will make their home on a portion of the Bell farm near Wilmore.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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