Rose and George Hayden

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Rose and George Hayden - ao;.:its TIIEUE IS A ROBE "But It Isn't for the...
ao;.:its TIIEUE IS A ROBE "But It Isn't for the Public," Says Mrs. George W. Hay - den Who Until April 10 Was Miss Donnelly. MARRIED JN NEW YORK Mia Mkt Donnelly, of 610 Beech itreet, announces the marriage o her daughter. Rose Mary Donnelly, to George W. Hayden, of New York The ceremony was performed April 10 by Ber. William P. Eagen, a tela, tire of Mr. Harden, at MarlneT'i Harbor, Btaten Island. Mrs. Hayden was for eereral yean a teacher In toe No. 10 kindergarten. kindergarten. During the week of Easter vacation, vacation, she took the trip to New Tork and the ceremony was performed. After the vacation period she re sumed her duties in the kindergarten and the marriage was kept secret When Miss Elizabeth Rice, super visor of kindergartens, visited No. 10 yesterday, she noticed that the teacher teacher wore a wedding ring, and the teacher blushed when she noticed that Miss Rice noticed It That's how the news leaked out, and thereupon Miss Donnelly resigned. The bride told a Troth reporter this morning that she will leare for New Tork on Monday, where she will take up her residence as bead of the Hayden Hayden household on 145th street Mrs. Hayden said she thought her husband wasn't very well known here. Asked If there wasn't an interesting romance connected with the marriage, she said: "Of course there is, but it Isn't for the public, you know; It wouldn't be right for you to say anything about that."

Clipped from The Scranton Truth26 Apr 1912, FriPage 9

The Scranton Truth (Scranton, Pennsylvania)26 Apr 1912, FriPage 9
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