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Belle Plaine Every Other Daily Union; Feb. 22, 1900
Feb. 19, 1900

Fred Miner and Miss Helen Snow went to Vinton Monday and were made one by Rev. Frank Loveland. They returned Tuesday and a reception was given at the home of the bride to relatives in the evening.

{Submitter comment: great uncle}

Submitted on 31-Jul-2020 by
John Shuck,

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The Belle Plaine Union; Jan. 30, 1930
Jan. 23, 1930
Nashua, Iowa

Were Married at Little Brown Church

A pretty wedding took pace at the Little Brown Church at Nashua, Iowa, on Thursday, January 23rd, when Miss Myrtle Swecker of this city, was united in marriage to Richard Faneard Miner also of this city. The single ring ceremony was performed by Rev. William Kent in the presence of Misses Jeanette Nichols and Mae Fitzgerald and Mr. Corwin Miner. The bride wore a pretty dress of henna colored crepe. She was attended by Miss Jeanette Nichols who also wore a crepe dress of the same shade. The groom wore a dark brown suit and his attendant, Corwin Miner, a cousin, wore a gray suit.

The wedding of this worthy young couple unites two of the well know and highly respected families of this city and both bride and groom are popular among their many friends.

The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swecker, was born at Hartwick, but came to this city with parents several years ago and is a graduate of the high school of this city in the class of 1925. She also attend the business college in this city.

She is at present a bookkeeper in the Corn Belt Trust and Savings Bank of this city which position she has held with credit for some time.

The groom, a son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miner, was born in Superior, Iowa, and was educated at Keystone, moving here with his parents a few years ago and is interested in radio work here.

Mr and Mrs. Miner have no definite future plans at the present time. They are receiving the congratulations and best wishes of friends on the happy event of their wedding.

{Submitter comment: Aunt and uncle}

Submitted on 15-Aug-2020 by
John Shuck,

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