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THE WESTERN STAR, 10 December 1920
Marriage of

Asher Sterner and Mrs. Frank McLaughlin were united in marriage in Wichita on Tuesday afternoon of this week, Rev. G. Clark, pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Wichita officiating. From Wichita Mr. and Mrs. Sterner went to Kansas City, where they will make a weeks' visit. They will probably make their home in this city, at least for the winter. The bride is well known in this county and in southern part of Kiowa co., where she formerly lived. Her home has been in the southeastern part of this city for several years. She is active in religious and social work and has many friends here. The groom has visited here several times. He is a cousin of H. F. Hatley and formerly lived near Mr. Hatley in Easton, Penn. He has made a favorable impression among the people here during his visits to our city. The Star extends sincere congratulations and good wishes.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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