Newspaper Clippings for
26 September 1889
The ladies of this place who served ice cream at the social the
other evening feel very sorry that they so wrongly judged the capacity
of the Millburn young people for the above mentioned dish, but if they
will set an evening and let them know when a load may be expected from
there they will try and fill them up with the delicious food, proving
there is cream enough to be had, and the boys will not make the girls
foot their own bills.
A quiet wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. McCredie near
Millburn on Monday evening. The happy bridegroom was Dell Douglas, and
the bride Miss Ida McCredie. Only the near relatives of the bridal
party were present. Both of the young people have grown up here and
are held in high esteem by all who know them and all unite in wishing
them a long life of double blessedness. The couple left Tuesday
morning on the 8:30 train for Chicago.