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AT THE ALTER, SCHALLER
The very pretty wedding
took place on Wednesday morning, February 11th, at 10 o'clock, of
Mr. William Schaller of Preston, to Miss Rose Haid, daughter of
Mr. And Mrs. N. Haid, of near Branchton, at St. Patrick's RC Church,
Galt. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Craven in the presence
of about fifty guests. The church was decorated with pink and white
carnations and ferns. The bride was attired in white crepe, wreath
and veil and carried a shower ribbon bouquet and prayer book, wearing
the groom's gift, a gold watch and chain. She was attended by Miss
Eleanor Haid, a sister, attired in white messaline with overdress
of pink ninon and white swandown fur trimming. She wore a pearl
sunburst with a pink satin and gold lace hat and carried pink roses
and white carnations. The groom was supported by his brother Leo.
The bride was given away by her father. Messrs. Alfred Schaller
and Adam Mahler acted as ushers. Miss Mary Flemming played the wedding
march and Miss Francis Smith sang an appropriate solo.
After the ceremony the
guests drove to the home of the bride's parents where a sumptuous
dinner was served. Mrs. Adam Mahler and Mrs. Alfred Haid were charming
table waitresses. The house was prettily decorated in pink and white.
The young couple received many valuable presents, attesting their
popularity. Mr. And Mrs. Schaller will reside in Preston.