Clark County Clipper, May 10, 1906


Mr. Robert Nunemacher and Miss Lillie Skelton, both of this city, were joined in marriage at the new church last Sunday evening, just after the services, by Rev. George Watts.

At the close of the evening service before dismissal, unannounced, Mrs. W. H. Fox took her seat on the piano and began the soft strains of the wedding march, while the bride and groom moved slowly down the aisle.  The minister met them at the alter and began the ceremony which was short but impressive.

These parties are amongst the nicest young people of the county, both having spent most of their lives here.

The groom is the youngest son of Mrs. C. B. Nunemacher.  He recently built a new building and embarked in the gents' furnishing business and has a nice trade.  Bob is known by nearly everybody and is a steady young fellow. 

The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Skelton and is one of the very nicest young ladies in the county and has a host of warm friends.  The Skelton family has lived in Ashland for a number of years where Miss Lillie has grown to womanhood.

The Clipper wishes these happy young people a happy journey.

Contributed by ~Shirley Brier~ October 13, 2005.


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