(This article has a black line on the left side of the column, I will put a ? mark where it is unreadable, most of it you can figure out what is missing though.)
?e home of B. C. Moses in N?ukum valley was the scene o? pretty wedding on Saturday a?noon when his youngest d?hter, Grace, became the b? of Theron Bennett. The ?ng took place at 4:30, the ?s uncle, J. B. Sulliven, read-? he marriage ceremony. Mrs. ? Stears, sister of the groom, ? maid of honor, and Fred Mos? a cousin of the bride, was b?man. The rooms were pretti? decorated with spring flowers. The bride wore a smartly ta?ored suit in tan with accessories to match. After the wedding ceremony a bounteous wedding dinner was served to the following guests: Mrs. Lee Stears, ? Joe Harper, Mr. and Mrs. ? O. Wallace, J. B. Sullivan, ?ed Moses, the bride and groom, Mrs. and Mrs. Bennett, and the ?ride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mo?es. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett will be at home to their friends in Centralia.
Source: The Lewis County Advocate, 20 April 1934, page 7. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512
Transcribed by Kathryn Lester