John Henry Mc's bro. marries Pres. Woodruff daughter

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John Henry Mc's bro. marries Pres. Woodruff daughter - »s " 0 , pt > WOODRUFF-RTEWAN. PEETTY WEBDIlfG...
»s " 0 , pt > WOODRUFF-RTEWAN. PEETTY WEBDIlfG EECEPTIOU' AT WOODFvTJPP VILLA. ' Young-est Daughter of the President ' of the Mormon. Church Wedded to < William M , T . ,, .„ , „ . Miss Mary Alice Woodruff, youngest daughter of President and Mrs. Wilford P. I Woodruff, was married in the Temple j uio at noon yesterday to Mr. William Me- « I a 32wan of this city. In the evening, WooclrtuY Villa, on the east drive, was thronged with friends of the families, bidden to a reception in honor of the yuiing people. In a dainty gown of white brocade with old lace trimmings, and carrying bride's roses. Mrs. McEwan stood in the parlor with tho groom, her parents. Miss Minnie Hardy us bridesmaid, nnd Mr. Fred Daynes as groomsman. The receiving party stood in the bay window under a canopy of smilax studded with fresh roses and carnations. At their back the lace curtains were, also entwined with smilax and cut ilowors. Over JOO invitations had been- issued and the hospitable home was filled all the evening by the many friends of bride and groom. Refreshments were served in the dining-room and upstairs a room was reserved for the presents, which were numerous and in keeping with the joyous event. Mr. and Mrs. McEwan will go at once to their own home, 1G15 South Fifth East, where they will be at home to their friend's after December 15th. T\ 13fl IL» t iifn iiicuiia tii-Lui j^rv.vjw**! ^\.<* ^.1.^... ...•,Their married life has started under the { most happy auspices and it was the u-i general wish among the guests last evening that good luck may ever attend them.

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 17 Nov 1897, Wed,
  3. Page 8

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