|m.Stacy John Lampe|
Salem News Oct. 21, 1926
BUNKER - LAMPE
On Tuesday evening, October 19, 1926, at six o'clock, Miss Leah M. Bunker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bunker of Salem, and Mr. Stacey J. Lampe of Mt. Pleasant were united in marriage at the home of Frank E. Weston, pastor of the First Baptist church.
The single ring service was read in the presence of a little groupof witnesses.
The bride was tastefully dressed in a wedding gown of flat silk crepe. She is an accomplished and attractive young lady, a graduate of Salem high school in the class of '25, and will grace well the home over which she will preside.
The groom , a son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lampe of this city, is a faithful and industrious young man. For the past three years he hasbeen in the employ of the C.M. Weir coal company.
Following the marriage, of which Max Jacobs and Miss Alma Lampe, sister of the groom were the subscribing witnesses, the young folks motoredto Salem, where a wedding supper was served at the home of the bride's parents two and a half miles southeast of town. The colors were pink and white. Those present were; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lampe, and Herman;Mr. and Mrs. John Holtkamp and children; Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Lampe and children; Mrs. George Jacobs; Miss Alma Lampe; Mr. Max Jacobs, all of Mt. Pleasant; Miss Frances Higgernon of Muscatine, and Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Bunker of Salem.
The many friends of the newly married couple wish them much prosperity and happiness in their married life.
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