Jottings from Shelby
in the
Crestline Advocate

Shelby Area News
From the "Ontario" correspondent-to the Crestline Advocate - May 31, 1894

A quiet wedding was solemnized at the home of James Marshall Thursday, May 24, 1894, at eight o'clock. The officiating minister was Rev. Place of Shelby, and the high contracting parties were I.C. Will, of Shelby and Miss Nora Marshall, only daugther of Mr. & Mrs. James Marshall.
The bride wore a rich suit of cream lansdown and lace and the groom the conventional suit. Only ten relatives and friends partook of the festivities and the happy company did not disperse until a late hour. The refreshments were abundant and varied and of the choicest kinds. The newly married couple drove to their own new and modern home in Shelby, which Mr. Will had just completed, and at once began the realities of " Home, Sweet Home". Mr. Will is an estimable
young business man of Shelby, and junior proprietor of the firm, "Armstrong and Will. Miss Marshall is widely known and has hosts of friends here and in Mansfield and Shelby, where her school days passed, and later employed as a teacher, who wish her bon voyage, on lifes journey.

Mrs. Pollock and son of Indianapolis, aunt and cousin of the bride, the groom's father and brother of Shelby, Miss Richart, of Mansfield and E.C. Becker of Shelby were the guests from abroad.
Submitted by Mr. Kim Butler Histed.

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