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BLANCHE O'CONNOR BECOMES A BRIDE A prettr wedding waa that which took plu Monday morning at Saint Mary's church on North Jefferson street when Miss Blanch O'Connor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brlney O'Connor of 1090 Warren afreet, became the bride of Jamea P. Flsber of Logansport, Ind. The ceremony wai performed at I o'clock br the Bev. J. P. Noll, pastor of the 8t Mary1 church. MUa Marr Leonard of India - napolla waa the bridesmaid and Joseph Fisher, a brothatfltthe r,de - groom, waa best man. The bridal march from lohengrln waa played by Theodore Torberg ai the bridal party entered the church. The St Mary'e choir furnished the music and a trio consisting of Mrs. Edward Martin, Mrs. Isaac Beeson and Julius Martin sane; "Ave Maria." The church was prettily decorated for the occasion in flowers and palms. The bride was charmingly attired in a becoming suit of navy blue trlco - tine with a prettr blouse of taa georgette embroidered in Dro. bat was brown, banded with brown ostrich feathers and sue wore crown pumps. Her corsage was or Kiiarney roses. Miss Leonard, the bridesmaid, wore ! a navy blue serge suit and a becoming blue velvet bat faced in a shade of orange. Her blouse waa net and she wore a corsage of Ophelia roses. The bride is a charming and well known young woman and has a host of friends in both the social and business circles of this city. She studied music In Chicago fos a number of years and was one of Huntington's most successful and accomplished piano teachers. For a number of years she baa been known for her musical talent. Mr. Fisher was formerly a resident of this city for about four years during which time be was connected in business In the Fisher - Seller North - Side bakery. Recently be went to Lo - gansport, Ind., wjiere he is proprietor of the Fisher - Seller bakery. Mr. Fisher Is a tanable and succesful Hiialna man and In waII known in tlifs city where he has a host of friends. ' Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents on Warren atreet Charming appointments were carried out in a color scheme of 4ink and white. A large 'wedding cake held central place at the bride's table and bugh crystal vases of pink roses added charm to the table scene. Small tables arrnnsrfl for ' held vases of pink roses. Pretty gold nut baskets li'tl .... . adorned each place. Covers weio

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  1. The Huntington Herald,
  2. 04 Aug 1919, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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