(published twice weekly)
Friday, December 11, 1903
Tampico Gossip Column
Miss Blanch Teach and Charles Greenman, both of this place, were united in marriage Wednesday in Morrison. Both young people are residents of Tampico and have scores of friends who extend congratulations.
Mrs. Greenman, the bride, is the daughter of N. J. Teach who formerly resided at Yorktown, but whose present home is in Columbus, Ohio. She is a young lady of the fine qualities and highly respected by all who know her. Mr. Greenman is the son of William Greenman. He is a young man of Sterling qualities which go to make him an ideal husband. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Greenman extend their congratulations and wish them many happy years in the future.
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