Mt. Pleasant News May ,1929
MISS FLORENCE HANNAH
BECOMES BRIDE OF
HAMILTON D. WILLIAMS
At nine o'clock, Wednesday morning, May first, 1929, Miss FlorenceJ. Hannah, daughter of Mrs. John R. Hannah, and Mr. Hamilton D. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Williams, were joined in wedlock at the home of Frank E. Weston, pastor of the First Baptist church. They were accompanied by Miss Mildred Williams, sister of the bridegroom, and Mr. Wayne Hannah, brother of the bride, who were the ascribing witnesses. The beautiful single ring service was used. After the vows were spoken and the marriage returns filled in, the happy couple left for a trip to Kansas City and other points west.
Both young folks are well and favorably known here. Both are natives of Henry county and are members of two of its best families. The bride was graduated form Mt. Pleasant high school in the class of '27. The bridegroom is a salesman for the Kansas City Star, and is successfulin his work. Both have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy wedded life.
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