Clark County Clipper, June 19, 1902

 

WEDDING BELLS.
 

Miss Martha Emily Berryman of this city was married to Rev. W. L. Roberts, now of Coldwater, at the home of the brother of the bride, J. W. Berryman, in this city, Wednesday June the 18th, at six o'clock a.m., Rev. A. M. Buchanan performing the ceremony.  The wedding was a very quiet affair, only relatives being in attendance.

After the ceremony the happy young people took the morning train for the east where they will spend a short time and then return to their home in Coldwater.

The bride has made her home with her brother, Mr. J. W. Berryman, vice president of the Stock Growers National Bank of this place, since she came here, and is one of the most charming young ladies in this country, where her splendid accomplishments and pleasing address has won for her a multitude of warm friends will delight in her future happy married life.

The groom is the present pastor of the Presbyterian church at this place, and at Coldwater, and is a young man of exceptional intellectual ability and future promise.  Since coming to this city he has applied himself to his work, and his discourses show such splendid thought that they have become subjects of remarks.  He has been called upon to discourse upon various occasion, and so diversified are his talents that he has never been found wanting.

We congratulate Mr. Roberts on his good fortune in the selection of a wife and shall have a sincere trust that the pathway may be one of pleasantness, peace and prosperity.


Contributed by ~Shirley Brier~ October 4, 2005.
 

 

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