Julia Donnelly marries Phillip Callery

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Truth's Home Page Beers, Gertrude Decker, William and, Juniata Rusell, Ellen Wilcox, Adeline Burleigh, Lydia Lussy, Gladys Burleigh, Burleigh, Midred and Mary Stone, Mabel Lucker, Madge Stone, Dorothy Parry, Hilda Carroll, Mary Swingle, Alberta Hennigan, Mae Stone andi Howard Mc - Greehin and Fred Curtis. At 6 yesterday morning Bev. E. J. Melley united in marriage Stanley Philip Canary, of 428 Colfax avenue, this city, and Miss Julia Alphonslne Donnelly, of 628 Beech street, South Scranton. The ceremony .was per formed in St. John's church, South Scranton. ' Miss Helen M. Donnelly, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Gerald P. Callary best man. The bride wore a gown of white crepe de meteor with peplum and bolero of brocaded satin. She wore a hat to harmonize, and carried an Ivory covered prayer - book, a gift presented presented to her when ehe graduated from St. Cecelia's academy, this city. The maid's gown was pink crepe de meteor, with hat to match. She carried carried pink roses. Following the ceremony, ceremony, a wedding breakfast was served to the members of the Immediate family at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Callery left on the 8 a. m. Lackawanna train and will spend some time in New Tork, Boston, Providence, R. I., and Asbury1 Park. On their return, they , will reside In this city. The bride, a talented and beautiful young woman, is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Donnelly, and was until recently recently a teacher In No. 40 school. She is a graduate of St John's Parochial school. South Scranton; of St. Cecelia's Academy, Wyoming avenue, and of Stroudsburg State Normal school. The groom Is a well - known salesman salesman and a graduate f Wyoming seminary, Kingston. Both are popular popular young people with a host of friends. The marriage of Mrs. (Frances Slck - ning to leave for Europe with a party on July 15th. They expect to be away until September. Mies Tlllle Cheevers, of New York, is visiting Miss Nell CBoyle, of 835 Matthew avenue. On h'er return to New York Miss Agnes O'Boyle will accompany accompany ber. ,, H. N. Cobb and R. T. Reynolds, of Faotoryville, will spend he latter part of the week paddling dowo the Susquehanna Susquehanna to Wllkes - Barre. Miss E. Jean Gill will give the second second of her series of recitals this even - 8 ?c,,':k ln her tudl in the Williams building, assisted by the Gib - son Mandolin orchestra and Miss Margaret Margaret Gunster and, Miss Myrtle McVeigh, McVeigh, piano accompanist. The pro - gram will be given by the following pupils: Jean McCracken, Master Chuck Kearney, Elizabeth Ooppinger, Miss Rena Connell, Miss Anna Ball and Frieda Price. Adv. REHEARSAL OF OLD SCENES AT CAMP CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE universal," he said. "Only good feeling feeling prevails. There is no North and no South; no Rebels and no Tanks. All is one great nation." While the men ln gray stood waiting waiting in the blazing eun for the Virginia Virginia governor to pass more than a hundred automobiles filled with sightseers scurried over the road in front of them. Every man bu6y as he might have been before he reached the straggling column lifted his hat and kept it, off until he passed the end of the line. General Sickles, the only corps commander of the Union army on the field, was the center of attraction of hundreds' of men ln gray. He eat on

Clipped from The Scranton Republican01 Jul 1913, TuePage 7

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)01 Jul 1913, TuePage 7
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