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to is by is flannel. 8 o'clock by Father Measlier, In the St. Patrick's Catholic church. The ring ceremony was used. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Loren N. Hodge, Mrs. Hodge and Mrs. Brll- loy being sisters. The bride was attired In a suit of navy blue trlcotine, with hat and slippers to match, and wore a corsage corsage ot sweet, peas. Mrs. Hodge wore a suit of navy blue trlcotine and a corsage of American Beauty roses. Mrs. Brilley formerly lived in Winnipeg, Canada, and la a graduate of the St. Paul High school, and is a very charming young woman. A wedding breakfast was served to the guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Brilley, parents of the bridegroom. In the center of the table was a basket of American Beauty roses, tied with a large tulle bow. They left on a wedding trip to Detroit, Detroit, and upon their return will make their home in Decatur. VAUGHAN-KEARNEY. Miss Elsie Vaughan of Sullivan and George D. Kearney of Lovington were united In marriage Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. In the home of Eev. J. w. McDonald, 703 West North street. They were accompanied accompanied by Miss Lola Vaughan, sister of the bride. Mrs. Kearney is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaughan of Sullivan, Sullivan, and has been teaching school in Montana, and living with, her brother, Mr. Kearney is tbe son of Mrs. T. Kearney of Lovington, and Is a farmer. A wedding dinner was served the nom» of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vaughan, 966 North Main street, following following tha ceremony. The couple will be at home to their friends on Mr. Kearney's farm northwest of Lovington, In the near future, CENTERPIECE MADE BY AGED WOMAN Mrs. Mary Hllbenfj-, 81, of Springfield Springfield Send* Gift for Sale. The* Woman's Council has Just received a beautiful center-piece from Mrs. Mary E. Hilbenty of Springfield, formerly ot Decatur, to sell at the sale the Woman's Council is having. The center-piece is hand embroidered and measures fifty-two Inches In circumference circumference and was made by Mrs. Hilbenty, who is 81 years old, The sum of $25.00 Is asked for it. The women- now have an abundance of canned fruit and jelly. ARLINGTON GRAVE FOR A. E. F. Washington, May 3.--Maj-Gen. James A. McAndrews, chief of staff

Clipped from The Decatur Daily Review04 May 1922, ThuPage 10

The Decatur Daily Review (Decatur, Illinois)04 May 1922, ThuPage 10
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