Clarence Mager/Carrie Schwartz Marriage

Clarence Mager/Carrie Schwartz Marriage - WERE WEDDED AFID BOWER OF FLOWERS AT HOME OF...
WERE WEDDED AFID BOWER OF FLOWERS AT HOME OF BRIDE Miss Carrie 0. Schwartz Became Became Mrs. Clarence Mager Mager Last Evening. RECEPTION FOLLOWED AT THE HOTEL ALLEN Newly-Weds Newly-Weds Newly-Weds Will Leave On An Extended Wedding Trip This Morning". One of the season's prettiest weddings weddings took place last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schwartz, 1016 Turner street, when ' their daughter. Miss Carrie . C. Schwartz, was united in marriage to ons of the city's most enterprising young business men, , Clarence Mager, a son of Daniel Matter, the cornice manufacturer of South Seventh street. MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE C. MAGER. The wedding was solemnized in the parlor amid bowers of palms, cut flowers and autumn foliage, , by ' Rev. A. Steimle. pastor of St. John's Lutheran Lutheran Church, of which both j-oung j-oung j-oung people are primonent members. The bridesmaid was Miss Florence Mager, a sister of the groom, while the best man was J. C. Schwartz, a brother of the bride. The bride was beautifully attired in a prettily embroidered gown of crepe de chene and carried an exquisite bouquet of Bride , roses, while the bridesmaid was handsomely attired in a white gown. The wedding was strictly private, none i but the immediate members of the family being present. A private wedding reception followed followed the ceremony at the Hotel Allen. Mrs. Mager is widely acquainted and is prominently identified in social circles of this vicinity. Sffe, has been connected with her brother in the ice business for several years, being the head bookkeeper of the Allentown Ice Company. Mr. Mager is connected in the cornice cornice business with his father and is wftll known in fraternal circles. The couple will leave on an. extended extended wedding tour to Baltimore, Washington Washington and the South. Alter their return return they will reside at the home of the bride's parents until next spring when they will go to house keeping.

Clipped from The Allentown Democrat26 Oct 1910, WedPage 1

The Allentown Democrat (Allentown, Pennsylvania)26 Oct 1910, WedPage 1
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