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THE WESTERN STAR, 4 January 1918
Marriage of

Floy S. Hadley and Miss Gladys Vermillion, both well known Comanche co. young people, were united in marriage in Salina, Kansas, on Wednesday of last week. The ceremony was performed in the Salina M. E. church, the pastor, Rev. A. E. Bennett, officiating. Both bride and groom had been students in the Salina Wesleyan business College, each a graduate of that institution; also of the Coldwater high school. Each has taught in the public schools of this county and was popular and successful as a teacher. Not long since Mr. Hadley went to Douglas, Wyo., and accepted the position of principal of the commercial department of the Douglas high school. In that position he is continuing to show the results of a good college training, as well as the marks of an ambitious and preserving young man. In every respect he deserves the good record he is making in his chosen profession. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hadley of this city. The bride ia a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Vermillion of this county and is a worthy young lady of splendid attainments and many fine qualities which fit her well for life's duties. Many friends in this county join in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Hadley the very best which a happy married life insures.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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