Thursday, January 1, 2009

Fisher-Wynkoop Marriage (1917)

Columbia City Post ~ Wednesday, May 30, 1917

Harry M. Fisher, son of Milton Wesley Fisher, of Wabash, Ind., and Miss Flossie Wynkoop, daughter of Gustavus Wynkoop of this city, were married Saturday afternoon at the home of Rev. L. A. Luckenbill. They were attended by the mother of the bride.

Mr. Fisher is employed in the offices of the Wabash railroad in the city of Wabash as cashier and is a young man of pleasing appearance and good business judgment. Miss Wynkoop has been employed at the Superior Garment factory for the past few years and is a charming young lady with a wide circle of acquaintances and friends. The young people will live in the city of Wabash, where they proceeded immediately following the wedding ceremony. They were accompanied by the bride's mother. We join in wishing the young people success.

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