Fahlman & Nelson Announced April 11, 1938 The Kane Republican Kane, Pennsylvania
- end Mrs. at the the Mrs. Grant Anne James Erie student Women, East - of - J.t E. MARRIAGE OF ANSEL li At a tea given ,at th,e : home of Mrs. Ray Byham Saturday afternoon, afternoon, Mrs. Augusta Fahlman, of this city, announced the marriage of her daughter, Ann, to Ansel E. Nelson. The ceremony was performed performed Friday, April 1, 1938, at Sinclair - ville, N. Y., by the Rev. L. "Wood in, a former pastor of the First Methodist Methodist church of East Kane. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. John Lentz, of Ridgway. - - .. ' . The tea table appointments were flowers and candles in pastel shades of Spring. Mrs. H. M. Banks, of Kane, Mrs. D. H. McClintock, of Union City, Mrs. Walter Chrisman, of Aliquip - pa, and Miss Ruby Fahlman, of Pittsburgh, who poured, formally announced ihe marriage to the guests. Of the 55 guests who attended the following were from out - of - town: Mrs. Walter Chrisman, Aliquippa; Mrs. D. H. McClintock, Union City; Miss Ruby Fahlman, Pittsburgh; Mrs. Forest Blose, Mrs. John Ruga - ber, Mrs. John Lentz, Mrs. William Gallagher, Misses Margaret Clark, Gwen Penfield, Hilda Miller, Emily McCloskey, Mrs. C. II. Blackmore, Mrs. Margaret Ridgway, Miss Iva Atkins, Miss Margaret. Brown and Miss Katherine Brown, all of Ridgway. Ridgway. Mrs. Nelson is a teacher in the Ridgway schools. Mr. Nelson is the owner of the Homestead Service station. They will make their home n an apartment over the station. Make it a habit to read thfl Classified Ads every day.