TJ McDonnell Jr. to Marry 4-8-1926
MISS NORA BURNS GUEST AT PRE - NUPTIAL DINNER Affair Given . at American Hotel CARBONDALE, April 7. Miss Nora Burns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Burns, of Washington avenue. Jer - myn, was a guest this evening in the Hotel American, at a dinner given in her honor by Miss Justina Dempsey, Mrs. Burnetta Murphy Beck and Miss Mary Healey, the occasion being the approaching marriage of Miss Burns to Thomas J. McDonnell, of Main street, Archbald, which will take place In Sacred Heart Church, Jermyn, at 7:30 a. m. on April 19. The ceremony and the nuptial mass will be In charge of the Rev. Francis Mack, pastor of the church. The private dining room of the hotel was tastefully decorated for the' oc casion as was the table, the latter hav ing a huge centerpiece of roses and sweet peas. The table favors were in the form of corsage bouquets for the ladies and cigarette holders for the gentlemen. Those present were: - Mr. and Mrs. John Pryle, of Archbald; Mr. and Mrs. John McGranaghan, of Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. John Beck, of Falls; Miss Nora Burns, Miss Justina Dempsey, Miss Mary Healey, Floyd Battenberg, of Jermyn; Charles Kennedy and T. J. McDonnell, of Archbald. Both principals are well known in this locality. Miss Burns Is a gradu ate nurse of the' former City Hospital, and was superintendent of the hospital until it was purchased by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart. Mr. McDonnell has been an active figure in mid - valley Republican politics for . a number of years, and holds a deputy sheriffship under Sheriff Jacob Schla - ger. Following a wedding trip to New York City, they will reside in Archbald. - '