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MURPHY, Raymond J. - DONAHUE, Irene M.


Raymond J. Murphy well known in this vicinity and who formerly made his home in the town of Mitchell with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Murphy, now of Milwaukee, is to be married next Tuesday to Miss Irene Donahue of Stockton, Ill., at the St. Mary's church at Stockton. The couple will make a short wedding trip after which they will be at home to their many friends at Stockton where Mr. Murphy is the employee of the J. L. Kraft Cheese Co. of Chicago.

On Tuesday morning, February 16, at St. Patrick's church in Plum River occurred the marriage of Miss Irene M. Donahue, of Stockton, and Raymond J. Murphy, of Milwaukee, Wis. Father Heinzler pronounced the words which made them man and wife.

The bride is the youngest daughter of Mrs. D.J. Donahue and has lived in Pleasant Valley all her life. Mrs. Murphy is one of our most popular young ladies and is one capable of filling the home she will adorn with happiness. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P.H. Murphy, of Milwaukee, and for the last two years has been engaged in the cheese business in this locality. By those who know him he is considered a substantial and promising young man. Miss Bertha Cushman, cousin of the bride, acted as bridesmaid while the groom was attended by George Callan.

After the wedding ceremony they departed to the bride's home where a bountiful dinner was served to the immediate relatives. It is a pleasure to chronicle the marriage of two such worthy young people and the HERALD extends to them its congratulations.

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