Beadle, Wm. T. & Miss Mattie Small (Wedding 1901)
Posted By: Viv Reeves, Volunteer (email)
Date: 7/30/2007 at 09:29:00
LeMars Sentinel, Monday, March 18, 1901
Pretty Home Wedding
A very pretty home wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. I.
S. Small, corner of Fourth and Court streets, at 9 o'clock Thursday morning,
their daughter, Miss Mattie Julia Small and William T. Beadle being the
The parlors had been very tastefully decorated for the occasion and
about fifty relatives and near friends of the bride and groom were invited
to witness the ceremony, which was solemnized by Rev. McDonald of the M. E.
After the ceremony all present were invited to partake of an elegant
wedding breakfast after which the young couple were escorted to the depot,
whence they departed on the 10:50 train amid a shower of rice and old shoes
and with the best wishes of their many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Beadle (will) visit St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth and
on their return will be "at home" at Hudson, S. D., where they will reside
Among the out of town guests at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Beadle,
parents of the groom, Hudson, S. D., J. S. Small, Mrs. Bert Small, Mrs.
Marion Reeves and Miss Fay Gillette of Sioux City.
Miss Mattie Small was one of the most highly esteemed members of
Plymouth county's efficient corps of teachers, having taught school in this
county for a number of years until 1899, when she secured a position in the
Hudson, S. D., schools where she has since taught. She was a social
favorite with all who knew her and the best wishes of all go with her.
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