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THE WESTERN STAR, 14 January 1916
Marriage of

At 4 o'clock on Tuesday, January 4, 1916, at the manse of the Coldwater Presbyterian church in Wichita occurred the marriage ceremony which united the bonds of wedlock, Hiram B. Patten of Hutchinson and Miss Grace Hall of this city, Rev. F. L. Benedict, the pastor officiating. The only relatives present were the bride's mother, Mrs. Alfred Hall, and her sister, Mary Lou Hall. Soon after the ceremony the young couple started for their home on a farm six miles out from Hutchinson.

The bride had been a resident of this county for nearly 15 years, and during that time, she won the esteem of many friends by her charming personality and her rare attainments, especially in music and as a reader. She supplemented her natural ability along these lines with a
thorough course in the College of Emporia. The groom also attended the College at the same time. He is a successful young farmer, ambitious, industrious and frugal. Those who know him speak of him as a very deserving young man. We wish for Mr. and Mrs. Patten the best that a happy wedded life insures.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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