The following item was in the March 25, 1920, Lowell Tribune (page 1, column 6):
The home of Mrs. Daisy Thomas of Machias was the scene of a quiet wedding Saturday evening, February 14, when her daughter, Lorus Olive, was untied in marriage to Edward M. Gemmer, of Monroe. The marriage service was read by the Rev. W.E. Henry of Everett. The bridal party descended the stairs as the "Bridal Song" from Lohengrin was played by Miss Mabel Thomas, the bride's sister, and took their places beneath a large white bell and canopy of evergreens, which decorated a corner of the room. The bride and groom were attended by the bride's sister, Amy Lotus Thomas and the groom's brother, Fred Gemmer. The bride wore a dainty gown of cream georgette crepe over cream satin, with veil of silk net, and carried a shower bouquet of pink brides rose, white freesias, sweet peas and asparagus fern. The bridesmaid wore a dream of pale blue with corsage bouquets of white freesias. Following the wedding a luncheon was served to forty guests, relatives and friends of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Gemmer will make their home at Monroe -- Everett (Washington) Daily Herald.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Daisy (Moore) Thomas who formerly lived in Lowell with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Moore.