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Donnellan-Klausmeyer Wedding 9-2-1931
school, a p p o i n t e d Tues- p i t a l s t a f f a n d p i e - din- Sodus Girl Is Bride At Elaborate Wedding Here WHi: t a l l cr-.thedr;il candles on the i x q u l s i i c flower-decked altars, which /oni:'-u a b a c k g r o u n d for t h e p r e t t y ou i-ii;;Uru. a d d i n g to the d i g n i t y and d a i n t y b l u e and | s o l e m n i t y of the wcasicin, Miss onicu D o n n e l l r t n . daughter of Mr. and and hftl were in a m a t c h i n g A q u a n t i t y o[ pink and v.lilte gladioli made the church a silting i exceptional exceptional beauty. The f l o w e r s the altar:;, w h i c h gleamed w i t candles, and baskets of t h e m w pink and w h i t e tulle bows on l W n . cjauÂ»nier m .111-. iinu , , n k a n d r i t e tu le bows o n t h e Â· *Â·" ""Â· : "' :l '" , Mrs John J Donnellan. p r o m i n - n t LnUlcs filled each stained 1:il * d ''' t h e ; regents of sotit). Kr.dtis. becatne tin do ,, Tllltc bows in Ule Vviuiin;;; th: T h e r e ! t,mk- ol D a v i d KlMisnw-yer. son of hm , a l , Q m a r k c d cach ,, ,.. , v h , , r : ; sulo by d u i - t e s i M a i l r t Mrs. Mward Klaiir.meyer of Datives of the young couple were i Â»' t1 ' ITM-' UK- , Kalama/oo t h r ; m o r n i n g at St John':;' r C atecl. directed by f J h i r c i i e e Hadlcy. llK- t h r ; ir.ornin; guests i .several hundred guests v.'itnc.s.'.cj d j o i n i n g , the Cf-rcmony. performed by the Most j Rev. Josi-ph R. Lynch of Dallas, Tex., bride, at a nuptial high d u a t e s | mass, celebrated at 9 o'clock, | 'ih,; bishop was assisted in the mass m n i a r c , by t h e Rev. Kr. O. A. W i t t c r n a n . local room. j priest, and Ulake PaUou and Leslie ai St. Jolm's: jcaud. Eight women of Ihe church includes, the n - Kimk.ll, ; The wedding w a s one ol the moil elaborate, c o l o r f u l , and beautifully impressive of the summer season In Benton H a r b o r , as well a.s also one of t h e larnrat. Fred H. N u l l , w e l l known musician, nml his son, J o h n N u l l , sang parts of the "Muss in F" by Albert Roscwlg the same to t h e i t y a m p - 1 and of another mass of n a m e by James K. Heilly. and under Ihe direction of Mrs. J. H. R r c - ivcre busy all of Tuesday afternoon and evening, preparing the elaborate setting. Dreakfasl follows Ceremony A f t e r the mas* a wedding breakfast was terved to 30 in the Wistaria room of the Hotel Vincent w h e r tables were beautifully appointed i".'"' and decorated w i t h white candles silver candelabra and bouquets of piul: ro.'cs in crystal bowls. nurm^ brokLt the in cnmnnvMl nf MÂ« Worm-, rir-,,,. U I J I " D. Mr. UonncUiin gave his daughter way. Sister, Maid of Hrjnor The bride, a s t u n n i n g brunette. was attended by her suster. Miss Mary Donnellan, also of south Sodus. Donn McGlannon of Detroit served as best man. while M a u r i c e and John Donnellan, Donnellan, brothers of the bride, ushered. For the offertory John Null render- |cd Gounod's "Ave Maria." ' guc.st married at Roy L. Miss., The bride's lovely wedding gown of ory f a t i n was developed along classi- ally simple lines. It was a princess nodel and was worn w i t h a veil of Spanish lace, w i t h orange blossoms idorning Ihc d a l n l y cap. Thc bride's Uppers also were satin and her flow- rs a bouquet of orchids. Her maid of honor wore heaven blue satin w i t h slippers and hat ol he same pretty .shade. She carried Ophelia roses of a delicate pink tint for her costume Ihe bride's mother lad selected French blue chiffon, or- ualeri -with cut steel beads. Slippers trio composed raw Maxhain, violinist, Mrs. V. K. Fisher, cellist, and Mrs. W i n i f r Khook, the l a t t e r of 3t, layed a delightful musical program. Following an extended wedding trip o Ihe Pacific coast Mr. and Mrs, tlausmeycr will be at home at 3551 . Merldan Boulevard, Indianapolis, "nu.. where Mr. Klausmeyer, a graduate graduate of the Detroit u n i v e r s i t chief engineer of the General Motors i l a n t , Mrs. Klausmeyer is a graduate of St. Mary's college, Monroe, Midi., ami has been teaching in the Detroit public schools. On her honeymoon the wore a burnt brown travel costume costume w i t h matching accessories. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Dr. and Mrs. Earl Wotzke. Edwina McGlannon, Dr. and Mrs. Emerson Luxmore, Ihc Rev. Charles E. Coughlin. of Dclroit; Miss Helen Macintosh. Toronto, Can.; Mrs. Anna T. Kllfallen, Monsignor William O'lirlcn. and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Donnellan, Chicago; Monsignor B. H, Diamond. Dallas. Tex.; the Rev. Donald C u n n i n g h a m . Winona. and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Leedy, Bend, Ind.