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THE WESTERN STAR, 20 August 1915
Marriage of

At 4 o'clock p.m. on last Sunday, August 15, 1915, at the home of the bride's parents, 4 miles southwest of this city, occurred the marriage ceremony of Henry H. Kropf and Miss Evah Klingensmith, Rev. Ralph W. Wyrick, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church of this city officiating. It was a very pretty and impressive ceremony. Only the near relatives and about 25 invited friends were present. Following the ceremony a delicious 3 course luncheon was served. The bride's dress was of cream lace over blue silk. The groom wore a blue serge suit. Mr. Kropf came to this county a few years ago from Longdale, Okla., near which city, his parents live. While in this county he has worked principally for Warren P. Morton. He is a young man, of most sterling qualities of worthy young manhood. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Klingensmith, who are among Comanche co.'s early settlers and best known citizens. She has lived all her life in this county and has a large number of friends. Her many commendable qualities and her genial, hopeful disposition win friends for her wherever she is known. These worthy young people have the good wishes of all. They expect to go next week to their claim near Longdale, Okla.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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