Miss Mabel Deal to John V. Hagan --- Miss Mabel A. Deal, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Deal, was married to Mr. John V. Hagan of Chicago at their pleasant home on East street, Wednesday at three o'clock. Rev. Wright officiating in a single ring ceremony, in the presence of a large number of invited guests.
Miss Jessie Hagan of Bristol, Ind., sister of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaid and Mr. Carl Deal, brother of the bride, a best man. Miss Madge Grinnell of Santiago, Cal., and Franklin Evans of Chicago, cousins of the bride, acted in the capacity of ring and flower bearers.
The bride and groom with attendants marched into the room to the tune of the wedding march by Miss Doty, and took their places beneath a four-leaf clover made of cut flowers, and in front of a bank of potted plants. Other decorations were pink and white, and carnations, in addition to the potted plants.
The arrangement was very pleasant and beautiful to look upon, and the ceremony pleasant but impressive, pronouncing this worthy couple man and wife, with all the responsibilities pertaining thereto.
The bride was beautifully attired in pink silk trimmed in chiffon, and carried a boquet of roses. Bridegroom was dressed in conventional black.
After many hearty congratulations a sumptuous repast was served and greatly enjoyed by all. The bride's table was trimmed in pink and white and lighted with pink candles. The provision and arrangements were a credit to those in charge.
The happy couple departed on the 4:52 train for the west, visiting several points before reaching Chicago, where they will be at home after November 10 th at 735 S. Kedzie Ave. Rice was the principal decorations presented them at the train.
The presents were numerous, valuable and useful, consisting mostly of gold, silver and China, and several pieces of gold coin.
Miss Mabel Deal was born and raised in Three Rivers, a graduate of the city schools, class of 1898, popular in society, and a pleasant lady, with many friends in the city and vicinity.
Mr. Hagan was also a graduate of the city schools, class of 1895, and since that time an employee in the draughting department of the Sheffield car works until last April when he went to Chicago to fill a similar position, where he is now employed.
Among the guests present were Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Evans and Miss Erma Fernstenheim, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Nash of Constantine.
Many Three Rivers people who are friends of the worthy couple, wish them a happy and prosperous future.