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Re: Miller and Topliff
Posted by: Deborah Brownfield - Stanley (ID *****1616) Date: October 21, 2003 at 03:11:01
In Reply to: Re: Miller and Topliff by Deborah Brownfield-Stanley of 28


The Davis City Advance, Davis City, Iowa
Thursday, June l4, l900

One of the most pleasant social events, which for some time has occurred in our little city, was the MILLER - TOPLIFF wedding at the home of the bride's parents, MR. and MRS. R.D. TOPLIFF, on Wednesday evening, June 6.

Promptly at the hour appointed as the beautiful strains of the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, deftly played by Miss Nettie Bowman of Leon, were filling the house, the bridal party stepped under a beautiful arch of orange blossoms and peonies, and in the presence of the assembled guests the ceremony was performed which united for life the hearts and fortunes of MR. CLYDE MILLER, of Battle Creek, Mich. and MISS MAUD TOPLIFF, a young lady whom Davis City claims as distinctively her own, she having been born and reared in our city.

The words which made this young couple husband and wife were pronounced by Rev. H.V. Adams of Des Moines, Iowa.

The house was most beautifully decorated with bright, fragrant June flowers. The bride was most beautifully attired in a white linen dress, trimmed with lace and ribbons, while the groom was attired in a handsome business suit.

The best wishes of a host of friends of the young couple will go with them to their new home in North Dakota where MR. MILLER is Principal of the public school at Delamere. Many very rich and handsome presents were in evidence and were duly admired by all present.

Among the guests, those from out-of-town were: Rev. and Mrs. H.V. Adams of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Galpin and Miss Nettie Bowman of Leon; and Miss Ada Himilrich of Chariton.

Among the other guests were: Prof. and Mrs. J.M. Howell; Dr. and Mrs. J.W. Wailes; Mr. and Mrs. Carter Scott; Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Dorn; Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Dorn; Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Weller; Mrs. W.L. Severe; Mrs. A.L. Bullock; O.L. Frazier; A.E. Radnich; Miss Helen Radnich; Miss Anna Radnich; Miss Gertie Sylvester; Miss Gertie Craig; Miss Ella Rogers; Miss Pearl Switzer.

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