Brown County (IN) Democrat, June 4, 1914, p. 5. An approaching wedding of two well-known and popular young people of this city is that of Fred Seward, head of the Seward foundry works, and Miss Dorothy, daughter of Mrs. Eva Hopper, a teacher this year in the county school. The wedding will occur in the city near the last of June. Both are quite popular in church and society circles. The bride-elect was graduated from the Bloomington High School in 1912 and was president of her class. Mr. Seward has been successfully engaged in the foundry business since the death of his father, W. H. Seward; is a graduate of the Bloomington High School and attended university for two years. He is a member of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity and was captain of the track team both at high school and university. He was an all-around good athlete, especially at hurdles and helped win a number of banners for B. H. S. During the past five years he has managed the foundry business with success. Bloomington Telephone Miss Hopper is a native of Nashville, being a daughter of Charles Hopper, deceased.