DONALD HUNTER WEDS MISS GENNALEE BROWN
Take Their Vows at Crown Point
Donald L. Hunter, son of Mrs. Cora Hunter of
Tampico, and Miss Gennalee Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Brown of
Walnut, were united in marriage Saturday at Crown Point, Indiana. The
ceremony was performed at the Christian Church parsonage by Rev. J. D.
Bowles. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sergeant of Walnut were their attendants.
The bride wore a dress of silver metallic over
crepe and had dark accessories. Her attendant's dress was mahogany crepe
with accessories to match.
The newlyweds left for Chicago where they stayed
until Sunday evening when they came to Tampico. Mrs. Hunter is the teacher
of the Church school. Mr. Hunter is employed by Richard Harms. They will
make their home in Tampico in the upper apartment of his mother's house.
Their many friends extend congratulations.
(The Daily Gazette, Sterling-Rock Falls,
Illinois, 19 Oct 1937, submitted by Melva L. Taylor)