|Michael Mack Weds Iowa Girl
Viola -- Miss Charlotte Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.E. Jones,
Williamsburg, Iowa, was married to Michael J. Mack, son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Mack, Viola, at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Mary's Catholic
church , Williamsburg. The Rev. J. J. Gaule officiated.
John Joseph Kelly, organist, also sang one selection. Mrs. Marcus
O'Donnell sang three solos.
The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a gown of white
Chantilly lace over net and satin, fashioned with a net yoke embroidered
with seed pearls. Her fingertip length veil of illusion fell from an
open crown of Chantilly lace and she carried a shower bouquet of pale
pink roses and carnations.
Miss Kathleen Jones, Cedar Rapids, was maid of honor for her
sister and bridesmaides were Miss Margaret Jones, Cedar Rapids, and Miss
Honore Jones, Williamsburg.
Otis Mack, Viola, served his brother as best man and attendants
were Donald Mack, Viola, and Willard Jones, Maywood. Winston Jones,
Chicago and Harold Jones, Williamsburg, were ushers.
Breakfast was served for 60 guests following the ceremony. Out of town
guests were present from Viola, Aledo, Reynolds, Chicago, Dubuque, Iowa
City, West Liberty, Riverside and Blairstown, Iowa.
Mrs. Mack was graduated from Clarke college, Dubuque, and for the
last year has taught commercial subjects in Blairstown high school.
Mr. Mack, who served in the navy, received his degree in
aeronautical engineering at Notre Dame and is now taking graduate work
at the University of Iowa. He has accepted a position at the John Deere
Tractor Works, Dubuque.