As Miss Gallagher approached the altar, she was accompanied by her father,
who gave the bride away, who looked beautiful in a gown of monyan style of
cream satin broadcloth with a black French Cossack turban, and carried a
white prayer book. Miss Twohig wore a dress of white embroidered net over
white taffeta and a picture hat of royal blue velvet trimmed with mink.
Miss Graff was attired in a dress of French blue glorio silk and wore a
picture hat to match. Both attendants carried amythest rosaries.
A sumptuous wedding breakfast was served in five courses at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Gallagher to the immediate relatives of
the bride and groom. Those who assisted in serving were Mrs. John Gallagher
and the Misses Kathryn Gallagher, Kathryn Shea, Ada Julian, Ida Keuper,
Kathryn and Lorette Lindsay and Lucile Heraty.
Those present from away were Mr. and Mrs. Graff and daughter Evelyn of
Sheboygan, Mrs. Mannebach of Chicago, Miss Ada Julian of Milwaukee, and Miss
Ida Keuper of Plymouth.
Mr. and Mrs. Graff were the recipients of many very beautiful wedding gifts.
Following the wedding, the happy couple started on a trip to Chicago,
accompanied by the best wishes and congratulations of their hosts of
friends. They will visit other places before their return and will be at
home to friends after January first.
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