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Last Wednesday morning at 8:00 o'clock at the St. Patrick's Catholic church in our city the ceremony was performed that united the lives of Miss Katherine Hogan of our city and Joseph Mack, of Lewiston, Mont., in the holy bonds of wedlock, Rev. Father Richard Dollard officiating. The bride and groom were accompanied by Miss Margaret Hogan, a sister of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Thomas Hogan, a brother, as best man. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Hogan, of Corning, and is well known and highly respected in this community. She was born in Mercer township on the home farm of the Hogan family and since her parents moved to town, about four years ago, has kept house for her brothers, Thomas and Lew, on the farm. The bride was attired in a fine blue broadcloth suit. The bridesmaid wearing a serge of the same color. The groom is a brother of John and Daniel Mack, of our city. He met his bride at the wedding of his brother, Daniel, in Corning. Mr. Mack is highly spoken of by those who know him as a hustling young gentleman. He and his bride departed on No. 6 Wednesday morning after the ceremony for Chicago on a wedding trip. From Chicago they will go to Rock Island, Ill., to visit the parents of the groom a few weeks. They will probably return to Corning the last of February and expect to leave about the first of March for their home in Lewiston, Mont., where the groom has a ranch, and where they will be glad to meet their friends, a host of whom unite in wishing them good luck and happiness.
(Adams County Free Press, Corning, Iowa, Wednesday, January 18, 1911)

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