The bride was attired in a suit of white satin, with veil
of illusion and carried a gilt prayer book, while Miss
Maggie O'Connell, her bridesmaid wore white cashmere.
Att'y. M. Hughes acted as best man. The groom is one
of Mitchell's most enterprising and successful young
farmers, a ceaseless worker, a clear thinker and highly
honored by all who know him. His wife is a lady of
accomplishments, having taught school, is well known
in social circles, and was for a number of years organist
and choir leader in the church where they were married.
She has been active (?) and social circles. Mr. and Mrs.
Hughes will make Mitchell their home and begin
housekeeping at (Article cut off)
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