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Posted By: Jeffrey L Wiatt (email)
Date: 3/8/2010 at 16:57:20

The Malvern Leader
11 March 1909

Frank M. Mintle and Fay T. Crosiar were married at the M. E. Parsonage at Silver City Sunday morning at 10 o'clock as the church bells were announcing the Sunday school hour. Rev. Peter Jacobs used the simple ritualistic service of the church. After service they attended church and so complete was their secrecy in regard to the matter that no one suspected that a new bridal couple was worshiping with the congregation that hour, Not until after services did friends learn the facts.

The bridal couple then proceded to the home of the groom's parents where a dinner and informal reception awaited them.

The groom, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mintle was born and reared on the home place about five miles southwest of Silver City. He is a young man of excellent character and possesses many sterling qualities so essential to happiness and success.

The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crosiar living 2 1/2 miles north of Glenwood. Although born at Harlan, Iowa, she has spent most of her life in the vicinity of Glenwood. She will prove a most worthy helpmate and evidences the virtues so necessary to a true home.

Mr. and Mrs. Mintle will immediately go to housekeeping on a farm one mile south of Hillsdale.


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