The Indianapolis Daily Star
Shelbyville, Ind., July 3--- The marriage of
Miss Gertrude Laramore, daughter of Mrs. Anna Laramore
and Roy Leffler of this city, took place here
today in a pretty ceremony at the St. Joseph Catholic Church. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. John Rager, pastor of the church.
Miss Celia Hulsman, organist, gave a program of organ numbers before the entrance of
the bridal party, and Mrs. Richard Wisker, soprano sang.
"Wedding March" was played as the party entered the church. The
a gown of white canton crepe with a crown veil caught with a band of pearls.
She carried a shower of Butterfly roses, sweet peas and baby's breath.
Dorothy Laramore, bridesmaid, wore a frock of canary canton crepe and her
flowers were white roses and Shasta daisies. The colors of yellow and white
were carried out in the wedding luncheon that was served for the couple at
the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Leffler is a graduate of the
Shelbyville high school and a member of several clubs here. Mr. Leffler is
engaged in the automobile business in this city. The couple have gone to
Kansas City, Mo., on a wedding trip and will be at home here after Aug. 1.
July 4, 1923
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
The Shelby Democrat
Mr. William Parrish received word the other day of the marriage on the
7th of April of Mrs. Oliver Leffler and Judge Charles Bucknor
Thursday May 1, 1884
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Contributed by Barb Huff