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This Marriage was contributed by: Kay

SMITH, George - FITZPATRICK, Martina



The marriage of Miss Martin(a) Fitzpatrick and George Smith of this town was solemnized at St. Clemon's Catholic church, Sheboygan on Wednesday, November 24th. Rev. E. Stephenson of Keokuk, Iowa; Rev. Blockmore of St. Thomas church, Milwaukee and Rev. Francis Murphy of Sheboygan sang a solemn nuptial mass. Rev. Stephenson pronounced the words that made them man and wife. Special music numbers (were) rendered during the ceremony. The bride was pretty in a blue suit with fur trimmings and a hat to match. She wore a corsage bouquet of bridal roses and sweet peas. Miss Marion Smith, sister of the groom, was the maid of honor and was attired in a blue satin dress with steel trimmings. She carried an arm bouquet of white chrysanthemums.

(?) Fitzpatrick was attired in a blue (suit) with steel trimmings. (She carried a cor)sage bouquet of roses (and sweet pe)as. Harry Smith acted (as best) man. After the ceremony a (lunche)on was held at the bride's home which was prettily decorated for the occasion. A five course dinner was served for about seventy guests. The bridal couple left on the afternoon train for a honeymoon trip but kept their destination (a se)cret. They will be at home to their friends here after December (?) on the groom's farm.

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