At high noon the bride and groom, attended by Miss Bertha Gamble and George Gamble took their places in the back parlor and Rev. J.S. White read a beautiful marriage service.
The house was appropriately decorated with potted plants and flowers. The bride was becomingly gowned in blue cloth with dainty trimmings and carried a shower bouquet of carnations.
After the guests, who were only relatives of the contracting parties, had congratulated the happy pair, a wedding dinner was nicely served. The couple were the recipients of many useful and beautiful presents. The young Mr. and Mrs. Gamble will go to housekeeping on one of his father's farms known as the old Huntley farm.
The groom is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gamble and is well and favorably known by a host of friends.
The bride's home is in Lowell, but she has taught school in this vicinity for several years and has many friends to wish her well in her married life. - Grant Park (Ill.) Anchor.
Mrs. Gamble is the foster daughter of our townspeople Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Johnson and is one of Lowell's most accomplished young ladies. We have not the pleasure of Mr. Gamble's acquaintance, but hear him spoken of very highly as an honorable and industrious young man. The TRIBUNE joins the host of friends of Mrs. Gamble here in extending congratulations and best wishes for a long life of happiness and prosperity for her and the man of her choice.
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