KELLEY - DWYRE
A very pretty church wedding took place at St. Mary's
Catholic church in Cascade at 10 o'clock on Wednesday,
Nov. 18, 1914. The contracting parties were Miss
Frances Kelley of Cascade and William E. Dwyre of
Mitchell. A great many people gathered at the church
to witness the linking together of loving hearts. The
ceremony was beautifully performed by Rev. Hoog.
At 10 o'clock sharp Miss Irene Reilly of Green Bay
took her place at the organ and played the wedding
march. The bride and groom were attended by her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Gunn, and
Miss Evelyn as flower girl. The bride carried a bridal
bouquet of white (?) and white roses.
Following the ceremony congratulations and best wishes
of friends were indulged in after which the bridal party
and relatives and intimate friends repaired to the pleasant
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelley of
this village where the day was spent very pleasantly in
conversation and eating a fine wedding dinner.
The bride is a young lady of most charming characteristics
prominent in social, church and domestic circles and one
of Sheboygan county(sic) accomplished school teachers.
Mr. Dwyre is a prosperous young farmer of Mitchell and
can feel assured that he could have sought in vain for a
helpmate of more womanly qualities than the one of his
The happy couple will take a short bridal trip visiting
friends in Chicago and other noted places before
returning to their home. Congratulations will be
showered upon them in abundance and the best
wishes of all are for a life of joy and happiness.
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