The bride was beautifully gowned in white canton crepe, while her bride's maid, Miss Ida Schilling, wore a pale blue canton. George E. Casey acted as best man, and Miss Evelyn Schilling, niece of the bride, acted as flower girl.
Mrs. Mary Casey played the wedding march.
Mrs. Duck will be remembered as living with her parents northwest of Lowell until 1913 when they moved to Crown Point after which she soon went to Chicago.
Rev. T.C. Wendel performed the ceremony, assisted by Rev. Howard Hepler, of Crown Point.
The young couple received many beautiful and useful gifts. They will be at home at Fairbury, Ill., where the groom is pastor of the Free Methodist church in that city.
One of the highly prized gifts received was a mahogany mantel clock given the bride by the publishing house where she was employed.
Those attending from out of town: Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Wendel and son, Wilson, Chicago, where the bride made her home since going to Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Radeas of Humbolt Park, Ill.; Mrs. Sarah Duck, and grandson, mother of the groom, of Freeport, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schilling, of Hebron, and son Virgil; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schilling and daughters, Mable and Evelyn and son Wesley, of this place.
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