Camden Advance Journal: Thursday, April 11, 1929

Camden Couple Wed in Fulton Last Evening
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Miss Pearl E. Price Becomes the Bride of Floyd R. Scoville - Off for Honeymoon
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Miss Pearl E. Price and Mr. Floyd R. Scoville, two of Camden's well known and popular young people,
were united in marriage last evening at Fulton, the ceremony being performed at about 8 o'clock at
the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. William Caldwell officiating. Miss Marjorie Everts of Fulton and
Harvey Hubburd of Syracuse, friends of the contracting couple, officiated as bridesmaid and best man.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Price of tlhe Mexico road and is an excellent young
lady who has a host of friends to congratulate her on this happy occasion. Mr. Scoville is son of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Scoville of Elm Street and is associated with his father in his extensive
operations as motor truckman, farmer and millman. Floyd enjoys a wide freindship and is esteemed
among the young and old alike.

In their marriage arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Scoville tried to give their friends a surprise, but the
news leaked out. We have a tip that their friends will have an inning when they return for they left
Fulton last evening for a brief wedding trip. They are to reside in the Van Buren residence on Oswego
Street.

Mr. and Mrs. Scoville begin married life with the hearty good wishes of a legion of friends and may
their future be bright and happy.

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