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This Marriage was contributed by: Kay


ARIMOND, Leo C.- FLYNN, Anna M.

One of the prettiest (?) weddings of the year was solemnized at St. Mathew's church at 9:00 o'clock Tuesday morning, when Miss Anna M. Flynn was married to Mr. Leo C. Arimond by Rev. Father July.

St. Mathew's church with the many guests that had been invited to witness the marriage ceremony in which two popular young people took the most important step of their lives.

The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Mayme Flynn as maid of honor, Miss Margaret Fitzgerald, cousin of the bride as bridesmaid. Miss Delia Beau and Miss Hazel Arimond, nieces of the groom, were flower girls. The groom was accompanied to the altar by Attorney J.G. Hardgrove of Fond du Lac as best man.

As the bridal party entered the church, promptly on the stroke of 9 o'clock, and made their way to the altar, the effect obtained was most beautiful.

The bride wore a gown of white blonde net over white silk and carried a white prayer book. The maid of honor wore a gown of white organdie and carried cream roses, the bridesmaid wore a gown of blue silk and carried white carnations, the flower girls also wore white organdie and carried baskets of sweet peas.

At the conclusion of the ceremony at the church the bridal party, with many of the guests, went to the home of the bride's parents where an elaborate five course dinner was served by Caterer J. P. Mozealous of Marinette, Wis. The dining room was prettily decorated with smilax and cut flowers, and with five young ladies dressed in white as servers the effect obtained was all that could be desired. The young ladies who officiated at the dinner were the Misses Grace Hendricks, Rose Remmel, Esther Curran, Katherine Goss and Katherine Klotz.

The young couple left on the 5:49 train for Des Moines, Ia., and other places.

Those attending the wedding from out of town were: Mrs. C. Arimond, Duluth, Minn.; Mrs. G. Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. P. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. John Neville and family, Miss Mary Flynn, Miss Margaret Fitzgerald, J.C. Hardgrove, Fond du Lac; Miss Rose Remmel, Kewaskum; M.A. Lindow, Milwaukee; Mrs. J. Burke and family, Walter Arimond, Parnell; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mozealous, Marinette; Miss Katherine Mead, Oshkosh; Miss Margaret Stokes, Miss Margaret O'Connel, Beechwood (Sheboygan Co.); Mrs. Henry Beau, Miss Mary Beau, Miss Delia Beau, Master Johnnie Beau, (Mt. Ca)lvary; Miss Josephine Locher Burns, Oregon; Mrs. G. Fleischman, Fond du Lac.


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