It was a pleasant gathering of relatives and friends that assembled Tuesday
afternoon, Dec. 25, 1906 at 2 o'clock at St. Mary's church to witness the
marriage of Edward Gunn and Miss Minnie Kelley. Rev. B.J. Burke pronounced
the solemn words that made them one. They were attended by Misses (?)angus
Gunn and Frances Kelley, Messrs. Philip Reilly and Thomas Henry. Miss Anna
Lavey played the wedding march, while the bridal party walked up the aisle
to the altar. After the ceremony and congratulations, the happy couple and
friends repaired to the pleasant home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Kelley west of Cascade, where they partook of a nice wedding dinner.
The weather which was fair and bright was only emblematic of the feelings of
the merry party. Mr. Gunn is a promising young man and principal of La Mour
High School and there is every reason to believe that he will make a husband
as his fair bride will never regret having accepted. The lady of Mr. Gunn's
choice is a most popular and estimable young lady and they will be cordially
welcomed wherever they make their home. A happy and prosperous life is the
wish of their many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Gunn took the evening train
for Green Bay to spend a few days with relatives.
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