The Gowrie News: Jan. 1, 1891
On Sunday Evening last, Dec. 28, at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith, in Gowrie, occured [sic] the marriage of Miss Minnie Smith to Mr. Charles Patterson, all of Gowrie. Prompt at 7 o’clock the bridesmaid and groomsman marched into the parlor followed by the bride and groom who took their place at the west part of the room, and Rev. D.G. Youker pronounced the ceremony, w hich was followed by congratulation of their friends. The guests were then invited to partake of a delicious supper which had been prepared for the occasion by Mrs. Smith. After spending a few hours very pleasantly together the guests departed for home and the newly married couple went to his home west of town. The News extends congratulation [sic].
List of presents
Set of glassware — Misses Martha Fawver and Iona Connett.
Pair of fine linen towels — Mrs. Magnusson and son, Master Chas.
Parlor lamp — Messrs. John and Chas. Marshall
Pair of beautiful gilt vases —
(Editor’s note: The article does leave off as shown here.)
Tags: 1891, Connett, Fawver, Magnusson, Marshall, Patterson, Smith, Youker
The Fort Dodge Daily Chronicle: Sept. 27, 1910
Funeral on Wednesday
Remains of the Late John A. Brady Will be Laid to Rest in Corpus Christi Cemetery.
The funeral of the late John A. Brady who expired suddenly on Monday morning as a result of a stroke of apoplexy, will be held at 9:00 on Wednesday morning at Corpus Christi, with interment in Corpus Christi cemetery.
Six close friends of the deceased will carry his remains to the grave, George Patterson, Ed Peschau, Dan Noonan, J.J. Ryan, Michael Keenan and James Black, and the Knights of Columbus, assisted by the A.O.U.W. will assist in the services at the grave.
Tags: 1910, Black, Brady, Keenan, Noonan, Patterson, Peschau, Ryan