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Belle Plaine Union; Nov. 5, 1927
Nov. 2, 1927
Little Brown Church, Nashua

Ruth Rucker Married At Little Brown Church

Became Bride of Raymond Heckt of Keystone, Wednesday

A pretty November wedding took place at the Little Brown Church in the Vale at Nashua, Iowa, on Wednesday November 2nd when Miss Ruth Rucker of this city was united in marriage to Mr. Raymond Heckt of Keystone, Iowa.

The pretty ring service was performed by Rev. McCoson in the presence of Wayne Swecker and Miss Naine Tappan of this city, who accompanied the couple and served as their attendants.

Immediately following their wedding the happy couple left by auto for Chicago and other eastern points on a wedding trip, after which they will return to Keystone where they will be at home to their friends.

The bride is the only daughter of Mr and Mrs. O. A. Rucker and has been a life long resident of this city, attending school here and graduated from the high school in the class of 1926.

She has a charming and pleasing manner which has endeared her to a host of friends.

The groom is a son of Mrs. Ernest Heckt of Keystone where he has lived his entire life. After completing his high school education at that place he attended college at Grinnell and Ames for two years. He has been quite active in athletics and is popular and well known as a base ball player.

Following the death of his father, a little over a year ago he assumed charge of the undertaking business at Keystone and also is manager of a filing station at that place.

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Heckt in this city and Keystone community extend to them heartiest congratulations on the event of their marriage.

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Submitted on 18-Jan-2022 by
John Shuck,

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