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Description: Marriages of Joseph Levy & Matilda Goldner & Ida Greenhalgh and Alva LaugheryDate: April 18 1885
Newspaper published in: Jackson
18 April 1885
In San Francisco, April 15, 1885, Mr. Joseph M. LEVY to Miss Matilda GOLDNER.
(Both the bride and groom are well known and much respected residents of Jackson, and will enter upon their new career with the best wishes of their many friends and acquaintances. After a short sojourn in the Bay City they will return to their home in Jackson.)
At the residence of the bride's parents in Jackson, April 15, by Rev. Mr. Corwin, Mr. Alvah LAUGHERY of Ione, to Miss Ida GREENHALGH of Jackson.
(After receiving the congratulations of their friends and a number of valuable wedding presents, the happy couple left for their home in Ione Valley, not forgetting to send the Dispatch office a portion of the wedding cake, for which they will please accept our thanks and best wishes. The following is a list of the presents bestowed on the occasion, together with the names of the donors:
Mr. and Mrs. H.D. FONT, half dozen silver forks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. FRATES, handsome pair of sliver napkin rings.
Mrs. J. Neville, silver butter knife.
Mrs. James MEEHAM and Mrs. L.J. FONTENROSE, crystal water service and lamp.
Loretta and Ray MEEHAM, pair of vases.
Mr. and Mrs. ASKEY, half dozen silver tea spoons.
Mrs. Mary EVANS, silver cream spoon.
Mr. C.L. BROWN, canary bird and cage.
Miss Nettie COURTRIGHT, Japanese crumb tray.
Mrs. A. KEENY, half dozen napkins
Mr. and Mrs. D.B. SPAGNOLI, one set of carvers.
Mr. A. W. KEAR, silver butter knife and sugar spoon.
Mrs. H. SEYMOUR, silver pepper and sale credgers.
Mrs. BRIGGS and Mrs. KRIECHLAUM, hanging lamp.
Miss Hettie and Master John GREENHALGH, silver caster and goblets.
Mrs. T.B. GREENHALGH, table linen and individual salts.
Master Willie GREENHALGH, pair of gift baskets.
Miss Ada GREENALGH, half dozen silver knives and forks.