Edward Yockey 2 Jun 1914 pb 1

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Edward Yockey 2 Jun 1914 pb 1 - YOCKEY ft BENEDICT Announcements were re-ceived...
YOCKEY ft BENEDICT Announcements were re-ceived the city yesterday of the marriage Miss Gertrude Gannon, daughter M. J. Cannon, of Dixon ,111., at 111 of Mf St. Patrick’s church at Dixon to Atty. Edward J. Yockey, district attorney of Milwaukee and son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Yockey of this city. The ceremony ceremony was performed at 4 o’clock yesterday yesterday afternoon in the presence of a few relatives and close friends of the bride and the groom. After a short wedding trip Atty. and Mrs. Yockey will return to Milwaukee to make their home. Announcement of the marriage of the former Kscanaba lad yesterday came as a surprise to many of his boyhood boyhood friends in this city, who had not known of hi#s matrimonial plans. Mr. and Mrs. Yockey of this city, parents of the groom, were unable to be present at the ceremony owning to the impaired health of Mr. Yockey. Atty. Chauncey Yockey of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, brother of the groom and Miss Fredricka Yockey, sister of the groom, who is a student at Milwaukee, Downer Downer college, were present at the ceremony. ceremony. Mr. Yockey is one of Escanaba’s lads who has made good. He is known as one of the youngesct district attorneys, attorneys, serving in a city of the size of Milwaukee, in the country and in that position has achieved an exceptional exceptional reputation The bride is a beautiful and accomplished accomplished young society woman, who for some time has made her home in Milwaukee Milwaukee with her sister, Mrs. Lawrence McGreal, wife of the sheriff of Milwaukee Milwaukee county. Of the marriage, the Milwaukee Journal says: The marriage of Miss Gertrude Gannon, of this city, to Edward Yockey district attorney of Milwaukee county, county, will take place at 4 p. m.. in Dixon, 111. The ceremony, which will take place in St. Patrick’s church, will be followed by a reception at the home of the bride’s father, M. J. Gannon Many Milwaukeeans will attend the wedding, among them Sheriff and Mrs. Gov. W. N. Ferris has issued a special special proclamation, designing Sunday, June 14, as Flag Day throughout the state of Michigan and calls upon all of the people of the state to join in the observance of the event. The governor’s governor’s proclamation follows: Every civilized nation symbolizes Its governmental ideals. The story of the original and growth of the Stars and Stripes is the story of American patriotism. Patriotism constitutes the very soul of a republic. The forty-eight forty-eight stars represent our Cnlon and the stripes symbolize the endur Ing attributes of this (Tnion. It should be remembered that Old Clory becomes more and more per- eious in proportion to the spirit of loyalty cherished by our citizens. We know the awful cost of this flaw, we know' its protecting influence, we know its message to all the peoples of the earth. Let it be carried in time of war and in time of peace consecrated consecrated to the ultimate reign of human justice. justice. Let the people of Michigan 011 Sunday, Sunday, June 14th, display this sacred emblem and conduct such exercises as will encourage our youth to love J and reverence the flag and what it symbolizes. Therefore, I, Woodbridge N. Ferris, Governor of Michigan, do issue this proclamation and enthusiastically urge the observance of Sunday, the fourteenth of June, 1!*I4, as Flag Day. Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the States tills enth-day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fourteen and of the Commonwealth the seventy-eight. WOODBRIDGK N. FERRIS. Governor. Child Dies at Parents Heine. After a short Aline Allen, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ethan- ler Allen, passed away on Sunday evening at the home of the parents at Hermansville. Funerall services will be conducted over the body of the babe at the home this afternoon. tw'enty-sev-1 1 Lawrence McGreal, brother-in-law and sister of tlie^.bride; Mr. and Mrs. James De V’oy, Mrs J. Uoggenbau, Miss Gladys Roggenbau, who will be married Wednesday, in Dixon, to Joseph Cannon, brother of the bride, Misses Flora Krecli and Helen Regan, Messrs, Chauncey Yockey and Frank Boden,

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  1. Escanaba Morning Press,
  2. 02 Jun 1914, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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