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Ref: Trenton Times Trenton N JWednesday December 13, 1899 Front page There was a pretty wedding last evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs James Farrell. No 8 Passaic st when their daughter, Miss Ella W. Farrell, became the bride of Mr Alfred D. Scheck. The ceremony was performed at 7 o'clock by Rev Percy Percinchief, pastor of St Paul's Methodist Episcopal church and was witnessed by the immediate relatives and a few friends of the bride and groom. Miss Farrell was attired in a handsome gown of blue broadcloth trimmed with white satin and heavy lace.She carried a bouquet of bridal roses and maidenhair fern.There were no bridesmaids, or other attendants.She has been for the past eight years a member of StPaul's church and Sunday school. She was a member of Mrs John F. Hoagland's Bible class and was a active worker in all the religious and charitable enterprises of the church and especially in all endeavors along the line of missionary work. The groom is a well known and popular young man. He is also a member of the church and is assistant librarian in the Sunday school.He has been employed for some time past in Patt's grocery store at Spring and Calhoun streets. The ceremony was followed by a reception and banquet at which the bride was presented with many handsome and valuable gifts.The guest present were Mr. and Mrs. James Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scheck, Mr. and Mrs. Albert SO Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Farrell, Mar and Mrs. Edmund Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. John IF Headland, Rev and Mrs. Percy Principe, Rev and Mrs. Elmer I Soothing, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown, Mrs., Jane Farrell, Miss Maggie Farrell, Miss Emma Koenig, Mr. Walter Scheck and Master Freddy Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Scheck left Trenton this morning for a bridal tour and on their return will reside with the former's parents on Passaic street.