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December 4, 2012

Starr, Salladay are married in Oct. 6 ceremony

UNIONVILLE, Ia. — Autumn E. Salladay of rural Udell and Justin A. Starr of rural Davis County were united in marriage Saturday, Oct. 6 at Fairview Church of Brethren in Unionville, Iowa with Carl Heien and Kay Singley officiating.

Parents of the couple are Flint and Penny Salladay of rural Udell and Terry and Melissa Starr of rural Davis County. Grandparents of the couple are Robert and Beverly Wells of Centerville, Lloyd Salladay and Sharon Nash of rural Moulton, Joan and the late Trenton Starr of rural Moulton and Roger and Joyce Gladfelder of rural Davis County. Great-grandparents are Doris Lawson of rural Davis County and the late Kenneth and Elaine Salladay of Udell.

Diana Upton-Hill sang the opening song and Sharon Heien was the organist.

Sharena Kaster, friend of the bride, was the maid of honor. Ronna Harsch was a bridesmaid. Ireland Doyle and Ella Schlomer, cousins of the bride, were flower girls.

Colby Starr, brother of the groom, was the best man. Austin Salladay, brother of the bride, was a groomsman. Austin Springer, cousin of the groom, was the ring bearer.

Paige Seddon and Taren Whisler were the bride’s personal attendants.

The reception was held at the Soap Creek Lodge in Unionville, Iowa. Tom and Sheila Carson and Dwayne and Jenny Durham served as hosts and hostesses.

The couple took a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells and will reside in rural Davis County.

She is employed by Dr. Paul Poncy at Centerville Family Care Clinic. He is employed with Belzer Equipment in Albia.

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