Miss Annie Sullivan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Sullivan of the town of
Lyndon and William J. Mangan of the town of Mitchell were united in marriage
Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick's Church, Rev. Father Mueller
officiating. The bride was accompanied to the altar by Misses Margaret
Condon and Margaret Mangan and William Sullivan and Manley Hughes acted as
groomsmen. The bride was attired in white point desprit which hung in
graceful folds over her white silk dress. The bridesmaids were also attired
in white silk while the groom and groomsmen wore the conventional black.
The tables laden with all the delicacies of the season were in waiting for
the bridal party and wedding guests at the home of the bride's parents on
their return from church after which games and other past (sic) times were
enjoyed. The groom is a prosperous young farmer and the happy couple will
make their future home on their farm in the town of Mitchell. That their
future life may beam with sunshine happiness and prosperity is the wish of
their many friends. The guests from abroad included Miss Margaret Condon,
Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rooney, Milwaukee, Geo. Byer and family,
Sheboygan, Pat Laughlin and family, Sheboygan, Christ Kiernan and family,
Sheboygan, James Hugh and John Rooney and Leo Flynn of Plymouth. The couple
left on a wedding trip to Milwaukee and Chicago Tuesday evening and after a
week of honeymoon will reside in Mitchell.
ARE BOUND BY CUPID'S FETTERS
The Nuptials of Miss Anna Sullivan of Lyndon And William Mangan of Mitchell
MANY AT THE RECEPTION
Father Mueller Of Random Lake Officiates - The Bride Was One Of The
Successful Teachers Of The County While The Groom Is A Farmer With Ample
Promise Of Success
St. Patrick's church at Adell was the scene of a large wedding, Wednesday
forenoon, the contracting parties being Miss Anna Sullivan and William L.
Mangan. The bridal party as it entered the church at ten o'clock made a
pretty picture. The bride was attired in a beautiful creation of white
point d'esprit over white silk. She carried bridal roses and wore a large
picture hat. Miss Margaret Condon of Chicago, a cousin of the bride, as
maid of honor, wore Japanese silk with rare lace trimmings. The bridesmaid,
Miss Margaret Mangan, was dressed in white washable chiffon. Both she and
the maid of honor carried white carnations and wore large picture hats.
Manley Hughes was best man and Will Sullivan was groomsman. Nuptial mass
was celebrated by Father Mueller.
At the conclusion of the ceremony, the bridal party and guests repaired to
the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Sullivan, west of
Adell. The residence had been very tastily trimmed with smilax, carnations
and white ribbon. After the 130 guests had extended congratulations, the
wedding dinner was served. A bell of carnations was suspended over the
bridal table, from which ribbons extended to the corners. Ribbon was also
draped around the table.
The afternoon and evening were most pleasantly spent in singing, dancing and
other amusements. The bride was the recipient of many useful and pretty
The bride was graduated from the Waldo High school in 1900, and for the five
years following her graduation, taught, both in graded and country schools.
Her work in the schoolroom was uniformly successful. Her acquaintances do
not doubt that she will have equal success in making a home happy and
Mr. Mangan is a prosperous young farmer and is worthy of the attractive
young lady he has won for his life's partner. They will live in Mitchell,
where the groom owns a farm.
Those from away were Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Rooney of Milwaukee, Atty. and Mrs.
F.J. Rooney of Seymour; Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Laughlin, C. Kiernan and wife,
Mrs. N. Flynn and Mr. and Mrs. G. Byer of Sheboygan; Atty. F.J. Rooney,
James and John Rooney and Leo Flynn of Plymouth.
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