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Miller – Boyle Marriage 1910


Posted By: Joy Moore (email)
Date: 12/1/2019 at 11:30:38

Source: Twice-A-Week Plain Dealer May 6, 1910, LP, C7

Miller-Boyle Wedding.
On Weddnesday,{sp} April 27th, at St. Augustine’s church, Rev. Fr. Devlin joined in the bonds of holy matrimony Mary Ellen Boyle of Austin, Minn., and Carrol S. Miller of Waterloo, Ia. A nuptial high mass followed the marriage ceremony which joined these young hearts forever.
The bride was attired in white silk and was attended by her friend Miss Angela Fisher. The groom wore dark blue and was attended by James Boyle, brother of the bride.
After the ceremony a reception was tendered the bridal couple and nearly a hundred relatives and friends at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Boyle.
The bride was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyle and for seven years has made Austin her home and for some time past has been employed in the Nichols brush factory of this place.
The groom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Miller of Waterloo, Iowa, is a straight-forward, upright young man and is now employed in a barber shop at Waterloo.
The out of town guests who were present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. K. Miller. Mrs. Maggie Reyanison, Mr. Charles Miller, all of Waterloo; Mrs. Anna Gordon and son of Herrick, S. D., Mrs. James Gallagher and daughter Mary, of Cresco, Iowa, Miss Grace Shaefer of Manoca, Iowa, Misses Ella and Bernice Beveridge of Cresco, Mr. John Burke of Minneapolis.
The wedding gifts were beautiful and useful consisting mostly of cut glass, silverware and linen.
The best wishes of their many friends goes with them to their new home at 904 Franklin St., Waterloo, Iowa.— Austin, (Minn.) Daily.


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