Francis Gordon Prall & Rosella Barnes Marriage (1912)
BARNES, HALL, PRALL
Posted By: Carl Malone (email)
Date: 5/6/2017 at 20:15:24
The Atlantic News Telegraph
August 29, 1912
WERE MARRIED LAST EVENING
MR. FRANK G. PRALL AND MISS ROSELLA BARNES WED LAST EVENING.
Both Bride and Groom Well and Favorably Known—Will Live in Rochester, N. Y.
A very pretty wedding occurred last evening at the home of Mrs. Lydia Barnes on West Sixth street at 8:30 o’clock at which time her daughter, Miss Rosella, became the bride of Mr. Frank Gordon Prall. B. Franklin Hall, pastor of the Church of Christ, recited the ring ceremony to the accompaniment of the Flower Song, played by Mrs. Hall at the piano. The ceremony was performed in the presence of the relatives and a few friends. After the ceremony luncheon was served in two courses.
The bride is a beautiful and an accomplished young lady and is popular among a large number of friends. She is a graduate of the Atlantic High School and has been a successful teacher for several years. The groom is the son of Mrs. Nancy J. Prall of 1308 Locust street and is a worthy young man. He possesses a great deal of ability and is a graduate of the Reese Engraving School of Rochester, New York. He is making good in his profession which is very gratifying to his large number of friends in this city. This paper feels an especial interest in “Frank” for he was at one time employed as a carrier boy in this office. He was a faithful employe [employee] and will make good wherever he is put.
Mr. and Mrs. Prall will leave this city in a few days to go to Rochester where Mr. Prall is employed, to make their home. They will take with them the best wishes of a large number of friends, whom this paper is glad to join, that they will enjoy a long and happy wedded life.
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