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Jasper County, Iowa

Anniversaries



Dammeier, George & Evelyn Cushatt

40th wedding anniversary
Married: September 28, 1940

The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dammeier of Rt. 2, Newton, will be celebrated Sunday. The event will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Luke United Methodist Church. Hosts will be their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. John (Marilyn) Willemsen of Reasnor.

Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The honorees request no gifts. The Dammeiers were married September 28, 1940, at the Little Brown Church in Nashua. There is one grandchild. ~ The Newton Daily News, September 1980.

Submitted by Barbara Hug e-mail: bhug3@bigfoot.com


~ Dammann, Mr. & Mrs. Martin ~

Golden Wedding Anniversary
Married: November 3, 1848

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dammann, heads of one of the oldest and most influential German families in Jasper County, celebrated their golden wedding on Thursday of last week at their big farm home in the north of Malaka, in which their entire family of children and grandchildren participated, as well as a number of other friends. The entire day and evening were given to merrymaking over the joyous anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dammann were married fifty years ago at Mecklenburg, Prussia, and came to the New World many years ago, where a bountiful providence has blessed them in "basket and store," given them a large family of stalwart sons and daughters, well worthy of their honorable parentage, and a competence, which will insure them comfort and plenty in their declining years. We hope they may live to celebrate their one hundredth wedding anniversary. ~ The Newton Record, Thursday, November 10, 1898, Page 1, Column 4


~ Dennis, Sam & Mary Burns ~

Married Twenty Years
Married: April 4, 1879

About thirty or forty friends made things merry for Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Dennis at their home on South St., Tuesday evening. It had "leaked out" among the neighbors that just twenty years before, at the little town of Newburn, this state, Sam B. Dennis had taken unto himself a bride in the person of Miss Mary B. Burns; and that the score of years intervening had not robbed the event of any of its importance - hence the surprise visit to commemorate it. After an exchange of pleasant greetings and cordial welcome between the "bride and groom" and their guests, elegant refreshments were served from mysterious baskets that had been smuggled in the home, and the entire evening was as merry as the proverbial "wedding bells." Mrs. Dennis was presented with a number of choice china dishes. ~ The Newton Record, Thursday, April 6, 1899, Page 1, Column 2


Doane, Charlie & Mary Deane

Doane - Deane 25th Married: April 27, 1870

Twenty-five years ago Hon. C. N. Doane, of Richland Township, the Charlie Doane, a young farmer in his 20's was united in the "holy bonds" to Miss Mary Deane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Deane of the same neighborhood. The ceremony was solemnized by Rev. Lyman at Kellogg.

Last Saturday was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the happy event, and Mr. and Mrs. Doane invited in large company of their neighbors to "make merry" with them in commemoration of it. The beautiful farm home was filled with happy hearted, good-natured people to whom the day's enjoyment will ever be a pleasant memory. A sumptuous dinner was served at high noon, and "Oh, such a dinner," is what they all say.

Conspicuous among the guests present, was A. S. Deane, the aged father of Mrs. Doane, whose 88th birthday it was. Although nearing man's allotted time of "four score years and ten," he is still in the enjoyment of excellent health, retains much of his youthful spirit, and entered into the joys and pleasures of the day equally with his children and neighbors. ~ The Newton Record, Friday, May 3, 1895, Page 1, Column 2


Dodge, Gardner & Amelia Aillaud

Anniversary Celebrated
Married: February 7, 1875

Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Dodge were honored February 7 evening at a surprise courtesy in celebration of their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary. The evening hours were spent informally with visiting after which light refreshments were served by Mrs. Fred Snook and Mrs. Verne Snook. Those present were: Mrs. Henry Bergman, James Dodge and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Guessford, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snook, Lee Brown, Mrs. Ethel Dutton and daughter, Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Snook and daughter, Beverly Ann. One daughter, Mrs. Clarence Cutler of Florida was unable to be present. ~ Jasper County Record, February 13, 1930, page 6, column 2.

Submitted by Barbara Hug e-mail: bhug3@bigfoot.com


Drew, Freeman & Young, Elizabeth

Married: October 18, 1877

Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Drew were surprised, last Friday evening by a large number of their friends and neighbors, the occasion being the 18th anniversary of their marriage. The guest brought a fine supper with them, and Mr. and Mrs. Drew were presented with a fine silver set as a token of the regard in which they are held. ~ The Newton Record, Friday, October 25, 1895, Page 1, Column 4

Note: Marriage date and Mrs. Drew's name can be found in the marriage records on this site.

Anniversaries submitted without names were transcribed by Jasper Co. GenWeb Volunteers.