Clarence (b.1876) was the oldest son of Thomas Minehan (b.1842) and Ida Cozens (b.~1858). Mary (known as Mae, b.1877) was the daughter of Alexander Crandall Gall and Elizabeth Oniel/O'Neil. Posting the article for anyone who may be interested.
"MINEHAN-GALL Marriage of Two Popular Young People To-day
Pretty indeed was the wedding this morning of Miss Mae Gall to Clarence Minehan. The ceremony took place in St. Mary's Catholic church at 11 o'clock and was witnessed by a large number of the relatives and friends of the contracting parties.
Rev. Father Lacy officiated in the impressive church ceremony. Miss Anna Gall, the sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, while Albert Minehan, the groom's brother was best man." (NOTE: Misprint, should be Herbert, not Albert) "Alex Gall, the father of the bride, gave her away. While the wedding party were marching into the church the organist play the Lohengrin wedding march and while the party were leaving the edifice "Midsummer Nights" was rendered.
The bride wore a smart looking tailor-made travelling gown of mode cloth with a hat to match. She carried a bouquet of white carnations. The bridesmaid was dressed in old rose crepe de chene. She wore a large picture hat and carried a bouquet of pink carnations.
After the ceremoney there was a reception and wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's parents, 206 West Acacia street. Only the near relatives and immediate friends of the family were present, but nevertheless the company numbered nearly fifty.
The bride was the recipient of an unusual number of elegant wedding presents. There were special pieces of silver, sets of silverware, jewelry, and other presents, making a display that the young couple can well be proud of.
Mr. and Mrs. Minehan left on the 2:40 Santa Fe train for San Francisco, from where they will go north for a ten days' wedding tour. On their return, they will be at home to their friends in the cottage on the southeast corner of Lindsay and American streets.
The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gall. She is a young and charming lady and has a very large circle of friends in this city.
The groom was raised at Collegeville. For a number of years he has been a trusted employe in the office of the Stockton Lumber Company. He is well known and highly respected in this county."