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Gant, V. Leonard & Miss Cecilia Dennison, Wedding 1917


Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 3/27/2006 at 18:32:46

Gant, V. Leonard & Miss Cecilia Dennison, 11 Aug 1917

Source: Akron Register newspaper
Dated August 16, 1917

A simple but very pretty wedding took place in St. Catherine's Catholic
church Saturday morning, August 11, at eight o'clock, when Miss Cecilia
Dennison, became the bride of V. Leonard Gant, son of Patrick Gant. The
bridal couple, attended by Miss Frances Dennison, of Jefferson, S.D., cousin
of the bride and Stephen Gant, brother of the groom, marched up the center
aisle to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march played by Miss Gertrude
Tracy, and took their places within the sanctuary, where they were united in
the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. D. K. Hurley, Mrs. Wm. Cunningham very
beautifully singing the Nuptial Mass. The bride looked most charming in a
striking autumn suit of mauve color, with hat, gloves, and other accessories
to match. The groom wore the conventional black. After the impressive ring
ceremony, the bridal party, with a number of invited guests, repaired to the
bride's home south of town, where an elegant four-course breakfast was
served. Shortly after, the bridal couple departed for Omaha, Minneapolis,
St. Paul, and other points of interest. Upon their return, they will be at
home on the farm of the groom's father. This worthy couple need no
introduction, as they are well and favorably known, having lived here
practically all their lives, and are very popular among the younger set.
All join in wishing them the choices of life's blessings.


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