August 30, 1902
TOOK HYMENAL [sic] VOWS WEDNESDAY
Miss Blanch BROOKS and LeRoy DARNELL, both members of well known families in this vicinity, were united in marriage Wednesday night at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents in Yorktown.
The couple were married in the parlor beneath a handsome canopy of flowers. Rev. BERNREUTER saying the words that untied them so long as life may last. There were about thirty-five relatives and friends to witness the ceremony and to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. DARNELL at the close.
Mrs. DARNELL, the bride, is the daughter of Mart BROOKS, and is a nice young lady, admired by numbers of friends and acquaintances. The groom is the son of Joseph DARNELL, who lives south of here, and is a good, sterling young farmer of good habits, who is liked by all who know him.
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