Lawrence O. Ingram & Lina Malone Wedding
Submitted by: Cindy Taylor-Matuse, 11/4/2007
Wedding Bells - A pretty but quiet home wedding occurred at the home of A.H. Nichols, corner of First and West B Streets at 7 o'clock, Tuesday evening, October 1, 1901. It was the occasion of the marriage of Mr. Lawrence O. Ingram and Miss Lina Malone. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Irwin of the Christian church of this city and was witnessed by none except Mr. Nichols' family, a very quiet affair. The bride who is the daughter of Mr. And Mrs. John Malone is one of Dana's fairest young ladies and a society favorite. Mr. Ingram, who is now employed at Oscar Eyler's barber shop, but who has worked in Clinton the past summer, is also quite a favorite amount the young people of Dana.
The bride was dressed in a light brown traveling suit and wore carnations in her hair. The groom wore the conventional black. They will go to housekeeping soon and will make Dana their future home. The News joins their host of friends in wishing them a smooth voyage over the troubled sea of life.