Deegan, Joseph F. & Alice S. Moir, Wedding 1928
Posted By: Linda Ziemann (email)
Date: 11/6/2005 at 18:50:44
Deegan, Joseph F. & Alice S. Moir, 8 Dec 1928
Source: From the LeMars Sentinel, Tuesday, December 11, 1928
FEALTY PLEDGES MADE AT ALTAR
JOSEPH F. DEEGAN AND ALICE S. MOIR ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE
The First Presbyterian church was the scene of a pretty wedding on
Saturday at 9 o'clock when Miss Alice Sabina Moir, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Moir, and Joseph F. Deegan were united in marriage, Rev. J.
J. De Pree, pastor of the church, officiating int he reading of the
Promptly at the appointed hour, the strains of the Lohengrin bridal
chorus announced the wedding party. Miss Ethel Moir, a cousin of the
bride, was maid of honor and Earl Moir acted as best man. The bride was
attired in a pretty costume in tan with accessories in blue, a modish
hat in the combined colors completing the pretty effect. The bride's
maid wore a gown of tan, trimmed in blue, her hat harmonizing with the
colors of her costume.
The ceremony was witnessed by the immediate relatives and the most
intimate friends. The young couple are popular in the younger social
circles of LeMars and have a large circle of friends here.
The bride is a graduate of the local schools, being a member of the
class of 1923. She also attended Orton Girls School in Pasadena, Cal.,
and later was graduated from Morningside college.
The young couple left immediately for a trip to Kansas City and
other points south and after their return will make their home on a farm
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