Shelby  County  Indiana
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The  Shelbyville  Republican
Tuesday, December 16, 1919
          Miss Ida J. McCaslin, county visiting nurse, will go to Indianapolis Wednesday, where she will speak at the conference of the Indiana Child Welfare Association.  The conference, which opened today, is being held at the Claypool hotel.  Miss McCaslin will speak on "Co-operation of Public Health Nursing in Indiana with the Indiana Child Welfare Commission."
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Franklin  Democrat
Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Friday, May 24, 1912
          Before their immediate relatves and friends, the wedding ceremony of Miss Caroline McCaslin  of this city, to  Mr. William Eden Thurston  of Crafty, North Dakota, was solemnized Thursday evening at eight o'clock.
          The bride is the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Everett McCaslin  of East Monroe street.  She is a graduate of Franklin College in the class of '08, a membr of the Pi Beta Phi and Tri Kappa Sororities.  After graduation she was employed for two years as a teacher in the high school at Keitheburg, Ill. She is one of Franklin's most popular young ladies.
          The groom is the younger son of  Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thurston  of Shelbyville, and is an enterprising hardware merchant in Crary, N. D.  He graduated from Franklin with the Class or '09, and is a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity.
          The wedding ceremoy was performed by Rev. B. W. Tyler.  The bride was charmingly attired in a meteor satin gown, trimmed in imported lace.
          Music was furnished by a harpist.  The newly married couple departed for Crary, N. D. Thursday evening.  The bride wore a tan traveling suit with hat and shoes to match.  They will spend their honeymoon in Chicago and Minneapolis and will be at home after June 15th.
          Their many frinds in this city join in wishing them happiness in their new home.
          The out of town guests were  Miss Marion Messer  of Beloit, Wis.;  Miss Mary Wysong,  Thos. L. Neal,  Lebanon;  Lyman Hall,  Peru;  Miss Marqueritte Thurston  and  Miss Ruth Spencer  of Shelbyville.
Contributed by Lois Johnson

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