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Surnames: Purnhagen, Albrecht, Johnson, DeHaven
----Source: Personal news article collection of Millie Lee
Transcriber's note: Unfortunately, the bottom of the article was cut off.
At a simple wedding ceremony performed at 4:30 o'clock Christmas Day in Providence Church, Brookville, OH, Miss Mary Jane PURNHAGEN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis PURNHAGEN, Brookville, became the bride of Harold ALBRECHT, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ALBRECHT, Chili. The service was performed by the Rev. Ernest ALBRECHT of Dayton, Ohio, brother of the groom.
Miss PURNHAGEN wore a light blue gown with dark accessories and a corsage. She was attended by Miss Mary JOHNSON, of Dayton, who wore a brown street dress and a corsage. Collis DeHAVEN, Dayton, uncle of the bride, was best man.
The bride is a graduate of Brookville High School, and has been employed in Dayton. Mr. ALBRECHT is a graduate of Marshfield High School and for the past three years has been employed by the the National Cash Register Company and is now stationed at Cheyenne, Wyo.
The couple left immediately after the wedding ceremony for a brief wedding trip to Indiana. On Thursday they arrived in Chili for a several days' visit with relatives, and on Monday they left for....
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