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From the Prophetstown Echo Newspaper - date unknown

MISS IDA CANTLIN MARRIED

Miss Ida Cantlin of Rock Falls formerly of Tampico, and George Gresty of Prophetstown, will be married at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Cantlin, Wednesday evening, June 19, Rev. Mr. Potter of the M. E. church performing the ceremony. The bride to be is a sister of Attorney Cantlin, and a daughter of Mrs. Mary Cantlin, and is a highly respected young lady, having many friends in Rock Falls and Tampico, her former home. She gained her education in Tampico and the high school of her home town, and beinghighly accomplished, will make Mr. Gresty a house wife of which he can be proud.

Mr. Gresty is the only son of Mrs. Harriet Hull, and is a young of good habits.  He has many friends in his home town. In fact he will make the lady of his choicejust such a life partner as she anticipates.

For a season the coule will be inthis vicinity but will finally go to South Dakota, where they will make their future home. The couple surely have the best wishes of a host of friends for their future happiness and welfare. - Echo

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