Carl and Ruth Schluederberg Wedding November 9, 1946 Sandusky Register

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Carl and Ruth Schluederberg Wedding November 9, 1946
Sandusky Register - Miss Ruth Holcomhe Harten Is Bride Oi Carl...
Miss Ruth Holcomhe Harten Is Bride Oi Carl George Schluederberg, Jr. H ISTORIC old Grace Episcopal Church was the setting on Saturday evening, November 9th, at eight o'clock, for the marriage of Miss Ruth Holcombe Harten, daughter of Mrs, Butler Harten, to Carl George Schluederberg, Jr., son of Mrs. C. G. Schlufeder- berg and the late C. G. Schluederberg of Lakewood, O. The Rev. Hunsdon Gary, Jr., rector of the church, performed the impressive ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Richard Hubbard Harten, was lovely in an exquisite ivory satin gown and tulle finger-tp veil with a tiara of heirloom rose point A. • . lace. The gown had been worn by her grandmother and her inolher, both of whom were married in Grace Church. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses and lilies of tho valley. Miss Joanne Roberts of Toledo, roomate of the bride at Pine Manor Junior College, was her attendant. She wore a most attractive gown of yellow marquisette with matching Juliett-o cap and carried an arm bouquet of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums. Robert Schluederberg was his brother's best man, and the ushers were Richard Schluederbarg, brother of the bridegroom, Theodore Mann, Charles Pennington, jrnd Robert Taber, all of Cleveland. A reception was held, immedi- afcaly after the ceremony, at the Butler Harten residence, 429 ,Wayne-st. The house was beautifully decorated for the occasion with white, bronze and yellow chrysanthemums. The bridal party received tbair guests in the drawing room; the bride's mother wearing a charming gown of green and gold, and the bridegroom's mother a lovely gown of black. Both wore orchids. Later a buffet supper was served in the dining room. Upon their retui'n from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Schlueder­ berg, Jr., will reside in Bay Village. O. Mrs. Schluederberg, Jr., has been a popular member of Sandusky's younger set and was active in tlie Harlequin's, Grace Church and the Red Cross. Shf; was graduated from the Greenwood School in Baltimore, Md., and from Pine Manor Junior College, Welleslcy, Mass. She is the granddaughter of the late Mrs. Elizabeth H. Butler, a life-long rssident of Sandusky. Mr. Schluederberg was graduated from Yale University and the Yale School of Law, and was engaged in bis profession when he entered the Army in World War II. He served for three years and completed his military service with the rank of First Lieutenant. He is now associated with the law firm of Calfee, Fogg, McChord and Halter of Cleveland. Among the out-of-town gu-ests were Miss Ann Robison, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Roberts, Stanley Rbb- erts and John Thompson of Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper of South Bend, Ind., Mrs. Leland Ingersol of Niagara Falls, New York; General and Mrs. Robert L. Denig of Virginia Beach, Virginia; Mrs. Frank Parsons, Mr. Al Wakefi'ald, of Vermilion; and the following guests from Cleveland: The Venerable Donald Wondei-s, Rev. and Mrs. Edmund G. Mapes, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pennington, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mann, Mrs. Harry Figgie and family. Captain and Mrs. Warren C. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred F. White, Mrs. Walter J. Pryor, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taber, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Resseger, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pryor, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Calfee, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Halter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ziegler, Mr. Walter L. Smith and Mr. John McChord. is

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