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O'REILLY, Phillip - MICHAELS, Mary M.


Mary M. Michaels, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Michaels, of Parnell, was united in marriage to Phillip O'Reilly, of Mitchell. at 9:30 Wednesday morning at St. Michael's church town of Osceola, Rev. Father Hoag officiating. They were attended by John O'Reilly, Bernard Michaels, Mary O'Reilly and Martha Michaels.

The bride was beautifully gowned in lace over white messaline, trimmed with pearls. She wore a white picture hat and carried bridal roses. Miss O'Reilly wore a dress of cream colored nun's veiling trimmed with pearls and carried pink and white carnations. Miss Martha Michaels was dressed in blue nun's veiling and carried a bouquet of carnations.

A reception was given and a four course wedding dinner served to sixty relatives of the bridal party.

Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly left at 5:30 Wednesday, for a trip to Chicago and St. Louis.

They will be at home after October 1 on the groom's farm, Mitchell.

A very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Michael's church on Wednesday morning, Sept. 23rd at 9:30 o'clock, when Miss Mary M. Micheals (sic) and Phillip O'Reilly were united in bonds of holy wedlock.

The bride's attendants were Mary O'Reilly of Elkhart Lake as maid of honor and Martha Micheals (sic) as bridesmaid. The groom was attended by John O'Reilly and Bernard Micheals (sic). The bride was charmingly gowned in embroidered net over white satin, wore a white plumed hat and carried bridal roses. The maid of honor wore a gown of cream Nun's veiling and carried white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a gown of Alice blue Nun's veiling and carried pink carnations.

After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to about fifty guests at the bride's home. The happy couple left on the evening train for a week's trip to Chicago, Milwaukee and Port Washington. On their return they will reside on the groom's farm in the town of Mitchell.

The bride is an accomplished young lady of the town of Mitchell, while the groom is one of Mitchell's industrious farmers. They have many friends who wish them a happy journey through life. The guests from away were Mr. and Mrs. Galles of Port Washington, John Aldridge of Ironwood, Mich., and Bernard O'Reilly of Milwaukee.

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