Clipped From Delaware County Daily Times
CHURCH WEDDING IN CLIFTON BORO. Wisc-Coughlin Nuptials i Solemnized on Saturday Afternoon > " »• Miss Margaret M. Coughlin, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Coughlin j , ! ol Philadelphia, formerly of Clifton j Heights, and Robert H. Wise, son of ! Warren Wise, of East Broadway. ] were united in marriage on Saturday alternoon at 4 o'clock in the Methodist Episcopal Church. The Rev. Wiltncr K. Harkness, pastor of the church, officiated. The bride wore a gown of white . satin and tulle veil with a tiara orange blossoms. She carried a 1 white satin mufl covered with white , roses and lllie.s-ol-the-valley. Miss ' Isabelle Coughlin, sister of the bride, who s was maid of honor, was attired in a rust-colored gown of | satin, a short veil held in place with I plaited band and carried a green of mult covered with talisman rose*! Miss Anne Coughlin. another sister or the bride, wore a Nile green satin gown and short veil, which was held in place with a plaited band. She the i the ..,„„...,•„,. a inllfT mi A ,°;T S M," ^ no n,ufs' M^riSiii L oale ink saVin of Gli a dMlie, wo.ie pale pink= ™-»} lU,Ci ,V ? H inr n,n^,iiiv rose buds and lllies -of -the-valley. Louis Wise acted as best man for! his brother. The ushers were Paul McShune and Donald Wise, of East Broadway. Ralph Lord, of Penn street, played the organ. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. After a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Wise will reside at Thirty-eighth , and Spring Garden streets, Philadelphia.