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THE WESTERN STAR, 14 April 1916
Marriage of
WAYNE AMBROSE DeLAIR & MAUDE ETHYL MARTIN
DeLAIR - MARTIN.

Wayne Ambrose DeLair and Miss Maude Ethyl Martin were united in marriage at 6 o'clock p.m. on last Saturday, April 8, 1916, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Connaughton in this city. Mrs. Connaughton being the groom's grandmother. Only the near relatives witnessed the ceremony, which was performed by Judge Connaughton.

The groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. DeLair, who are among the pioneer settlers and most highly respected citizens of the county. He is a young man of the strictest integrity and most exemplary habits, such as is a credit to any community. He has given much of his time and thought to the study and practice of successful farming and stock raising, and he already has demonstrated his qualifications in mental and moral equipment which insure success. The bride is a cultured and deservedly popular young lady. Her home is in LaCygne, Kans. In the fall of 1913, she came to this county and taught a term of school in the Overocker district. The following year she taught in the DeLair district, and a week or so ago she completed a term in the Shimer district. Mr. and Mrs. DeLair will make their home on one of the DeLair farms in Shimer tp. The Star joins their many friends in wishing them throughout a long and happy married life.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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