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Koll and Guernsey

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Seattle Star, January 1, 1908

James P. Koll Married

At high noon today at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Fay, 710 North Seventy-third st., in this city, occurred the marriage of thier daughter, Myrtle Guernsey, to James P. Koll, a well known local newspaper man, formerly of Minneapolis. Dr. F. L. Forbes of the First Presbyterian church, officiated.

The bride was attended by Miss Lydia Oman and the groom by Jay R. Thomas. The bride wore white chiffon over cream taffeta and carried white roses. The bridesmaid wore figured white mull and carried pink roses.

Little Miss Madge Alexander played the wedding march from "Lohengrin."

The Fay residence was very prettily decorated for the occasion, green and white being used effectively, with white chrysanthemums predominating.

Dinner was served after the ceremony, covers being laid for 30. The young couple were the recipients of many beautiful presents from relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Koll will make their home in Seattle after a short honeymoon trip.