The following September 20, 1928, Lowell Tribune article appeared on page 8, column 4:
CLARK - CURRY WEDDING
At eight thirty on the evening of September 22, Hazel Martha Clark, daughter of Hugh M. Clark and the late Mrs. Minnie D. Clark, of Champaign, Ill., became the bride of H.B. Curry, of LaGrange, Ill. The ceremony was performed in the Episcopal church of LaGrange, which is the most beautiful church in Illinois. While the wedding guests were assembling a recital was given by the organist. The bride wore a gown of ivory satin trimmed with princess lace and pearls. The veil was of tulle with a head dress of pearls. The bride carried a gold and white Bible and wore a corsage of white kilarney roses and orchids.
After the ceremony a wedding supper was held in LaGrange.
The bride and groom left immediately by auto for Estes Park, Colorado, and will be at home after November 1, 1928, at Riverside, Ill.
The bride has visited here many times where she is well known and her many friends will join us in extending congratulations.