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THE WESTERN STAR, 22 October 1915
Marriage of

The marriage of Fred A. Ferrin of Wilmore and Miss Fern B. Humphrey of Wagoner, Okla., was solemnized in Wichita on last Friday, October 15, 1915, Rev. A. M. Brodie of the First Presbyterian church of Wichita officiating. Soon after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin started on a brief wedding trip through Oklahoma.

The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferrin, now of Wilmore, and who were among the early settlers in Powell tp. He is one of Comanche co.'s splendid young men. In many ways he has proven himself to be fully worthy of the confidence in him because of his integrity, industry and uprightness of character. During the past few years he has been employed as a clerk in the Alderdice Supply Store in this city, and he has proven to be thoroughly reliable and competent young businessman. The bride is a comparative stranger here, but she is a very worthy young lady and will soon win many friends here. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Humphrey of Wagoner, Okla.

Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin will make their home in Wilmore. Mr. Ferrin having secured a position in the C. E. Richardson store. The Star unites in extending good wishes to Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin. May their wedded life be abundantly blessed.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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