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Leahy-Hayeland Wedding

 

from a newspaper (source unknown) clipping dated 25 SEPT 1928
from clippings save by Anne C. Leahy

AT MILWAUKEE. Miss Maybelle Hayland, daughter of Mr. Charles Hayeland, Milwaukee, and Dr. Paul Leahy, son of Dr. and Mrs. James Leahy, Random Lake, were united in matrimony Wednesday [25 September] morning at the Thomas Acquinas church, Milwaukee. The Very Reverend Monsignor E. J. Blackwell read the services and also officiated at the nuptual high mass.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin princess style gown and lace veil in cap effect. She carried a shower bouquet of tea roses, white larkspur and baby breath. The bridesmaid, Miss Rose Hayeland, sister of the bride, wore a dress of peach taffeta, with blue trimming, in bouffant style, peach satin slippers to match and a head band of silver leaves. She carried a colonial bouquet of butterfly roses and blue larkspur. The groom's attendant was Mr. Gordan Foster of Milwaukee.

After the services at the church, a wedding breakfast was served at Hotel Aberdeen to the bridal party and immediate relatives.

Dr. and Mrs. Leahy left on a honeymoon tour to northern Wisconsin and Canada. Upon returning they will reside In Fredonia where Dr. Leahy one year ago established a dental office and during that time has built for himself a large practice.

Both Dr. Leahy and Mrs. Leahy are well known to our readers and we are pleased on this occasion to add our heartiest good wishes to those so freely extended by the host of friends of the popular couple.


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