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THE WESTERN STAR, 9 April 1887
Marriage of

Married at the residence of _. C. Butts, at Poppleton, this county, on Sunday last, by Judge E. B. Widaman, Mr. O. L. Tichenor and Miss Nita Hathaway.

About twenty five guests were present and after the impressive ceremony had been performed, congratulations were tendered to the happy and newly married pair, after which a delicious wedding luncheon was served by Mrs. Butts and enjoyed by all. Both of the contracting parties are well known in Coldwater. Mr. Tichenor is a prominent young attorney of this city, who has resided here for the past six months, while the fair bride resided here during last summer and is well known and accomplished music teacher. The Star wishes them much joy and happiness, and that in sailing over the uncertain seas of married life, when storm and tempest approach, they may steer clear of all danger. Mr. and Mrs. Tichenor will settle down in Coldwater and be old folks.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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