William H. Corley Martin Corley Thomas Corley
The need tho a and nnd Its with a to offered of our tho freo If can freo tho will typo will tho WEDDING AT CATHEDRAL. W. II. Corley and Mlnm Anna Iloo Slurried .Moiulny .Homing. The wedding of Miss Anna M. Ploof. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Ploof, nnd William H. Corley, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Martin Corley, took place Monday morning nt eight o'clock at St. Mnry's Cathedral, the ceremony being performed by tho Rev. J. F. Gillls. The Cathedral was decorated with ferna nnd cut flowers. The bride woro a gown of whlto Elllc crepo do chine, her veil being caught with a pearl pin. Sho carried a bouquet of bride roses and ferns. A pearl brooch, tho gift of the groom, was the only Jewelry sho wore. The bridesmaid was Miss Nellie Ploof, sister of the bride. She wore tan crepo over silk, a hat to match and carried yellow roses. The best man ns Thomas Corley, brother of the groom. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride at 4Ci North avenue, followed by a wedding breakfast, to relatives and intlmato friends. There wcro many beautiful presents. The bride's bouquet was caught by Miss Bernlco Ploof. Mr. and Mrs. Corley left for a wedding trip to Boston. Springfield nnd other Massachusetts plnces. The brldo's going away gown was of blue basket cloth, with hat to match. Mrs. W. W. Murray of Baltimore, Md.. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cathwright of Watcrbury were hero to attend tha Wedding.