Hanley and Donahue Wedding
HANLEY, DONAHUE, MONESMITH
Posted By: Nettie Mae (email)
Date: 12/2/2023 at 10:33:18
Source: The Clinton Advertiser, Clinton Iowa, Nov. 17, 1920, Page 7
Morning Wedding at St. Mary's
A pretty morning wedding was solmanized at 8 o'clock today when Miss Lulu Elizabeth Hanley and Daniel J. Donahue, son of Patrick Donahue, 649 Washington avenue, were united in marriage at St. Mary's church with Monsignor E. J. McLaughlin celebrant of the Nuptial High mass. They were unattended.
The bride wore a frock of midnight blue tricotine beaded with picture hat in harmony. Her flowers were a corsage of Russell roses.
The wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. William Donahue, 533 Sixteenth avenue to the immediate families. The rooms were lovely in their decorations of Russell roses with a basket of the roses the centerpiece for the bride's table.
They left this afternoon for Fort Dodge and will be at home to their friends at their new home, 442 Seventeenth avenue, after December 1.
Mrs. Donahue came from Rockford, Ill., to reside with her sister and since that time has endeared herself to the many who count her as their friend. Mr. Donahue has been a resident of this city all his life and is an employe of the Northwestern railway.
Relatives from out of the city are Mrs. J. R. Monesmith and son John of Rockford, Ill.
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