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THE WESTERN STAR, 29 December 1921
Marriage of

Friends and relatives in Protection received announcements this week of the marriage of Miss Helen Mesmer to Mr. W. H. Quackenbush, which occurred at Holton, Kansas, Monday, December 26, 1921.

Mrs. Quackenbush is a sister of Mrs. A. A. Carpenter and was until this year, head of the D. S. department of the local high school. She was a very popular teacher in the local schools, socially a favorite with Protection people, cultured and charming woman. In addition to her work as a teacher in the Protection and also the Ashland high school in which she taught D. S. two years, she had spent considerable time in Young
Women's Christian Association work in New York City. She has many friends locally to extend congratulations and rejoice in her new happiness.

Mr. Quackenbush is the President of the Lawrence Business college of Lawrence, Kansas, and is a well known educator of this state and a successful business man of Lawrence.

Mr. and Mrs. Quackenbush will make their home at Lawrence, Kansas.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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