From the November 11, 1902 Skidmore Standard, page 1:

Fullerton-Howden Wedding.

Last Thursday evening at 8 o’clock at the bride’s brother, Mr. J. A. Fullerton, 1027 Felix Street, St. Joseph, occurred the marriage of Miss Edith Fullerton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Fullerton, and Mr. Fred W. Howden, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Howden.  Rev. S. B. Campbell performed the ceremony.

The bride wore a mode colored broadcloth, trimmed with tan velvet, and carried bride’s roses.  Her only attendant was Miss Louise Dolan, maid of honor, who wore white mulle over white taffeta and carried a bouquet of white roses.  Mr. A. S. Fullerton was best man.  The drawing room where the ceremony took place was decorated with white roses and ferns.  After the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the Metropole hotel.  There the decorations again were of roses and ferns, and covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fullerton, Miss Louise Dolan and Mr. A. S. Fullerton.

Mr. and Mrs. Howden arrived in Skidmore on the Friday evening passenger and are staying at the home of the bride’s parents until their residence on East Elm street can be made ready.

The bride and groom are two of our highly respected and esteemed young people and have a host of friends who wish them joy and happiness through life.

The groom will continue as clerk in J. F. Kellogg’s department store, at which place he has been engaged for the past two and a half years.


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