Quite an exciting wedding occurred at the county clerk's office yesterday. The contracting parties were H.G. Thompson of Minneapolis, Minn., and Josephine LaCroix, of New York City. They were evidently connected with the Rosary Company that appeared at the Croxton the evening before, and were about the city during the forenoon. Ten minutes before time for the train south they appeared at the clerk's office, asked for a license, took an oath that the lady was a resident of Steuben county, made out required papers. Elder Stauffer, who happened to be within calling distance tied a double-bow knot in a short minute, and the badly excited couple started on the run for the depot. The groom was ahead, and was cheered on by the voice of his new wife with the words: "Hurry, dearie; hurry dearie." Elder Stauffer promised to forward proofs of record, and the groom likewise promised to send the $2.
Steuben Republican, January 11, 1911