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The Globe Gazette
Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa
January 3, 1936

Miss Mayme Hall and Everett Dougherty
Are Wed at Church Service

Miss Mayme HALL, 720 Twentieth street, Rock Island, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert HALL of Farley, Iowa, became the bride of Everett DOUGHERTY, son of Mrs. Ellen DOUGHERTY, Dougherty, Iowa, yesterday morning [January 2, 1936] at 8 o'clock in St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Farley.

The Rev. P. J. COFFEY, rector, celebrated the mass and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. E. J. DOUGHERTY, rector of Sacred Heart church, Waterloo, Iowa, uncle of the bridegroom.

Attendants were Miss Bernice HALL and Raymond HALL, sister and brother of the bride.

The bride wore a friendship crepe gown in Medra golden shade and her small, tight-fitting hat and other accessories were in black. She carried a gold rosary and prayer book. Her flowers were a corsage of gardenias. The bridesmaid's dress was of king's blue crepe, and her accessories were black. She wore a corsage of yellow talisman roses.

Following a short wedding trip, the couple will reside at 720 Twentieth street, Rock Island.

Mrs. DOUGHERTY was graduated from the Farley high school and from Iowa Teachers college, Cedar Falls. She took a post-graduate course at the University of Dubuque, and for eight years taught dramatic art and penmanship at the high school in Dubuque. She is an active member of the Catholic Daughters of America in Dubuque. She has been employed in the style shop of the McCabe Dry Goods company since the shop's opening last April. She will continue to clerk in the shop.

Mr. has been employed in Mason City, Iowa, by the Rock Island Railway. The couple's new home will be located in Rock Island.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, March of 2011



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