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09121899 - School Controller Peter Neuls Married to Miss...
School Controller Peter Neuls Married to Miss Ella Dodendorf. Charles - O' Donnell Nuotials. School Controller Peter Xeuls of the Eleventh ward was married to Miss Ella Dodendorf at the home of the bride's parents on Alder street last night. The ceremony was performed by Rev. W. A. Xordt, pastor of the Hickory street Presbyterian church. The parlor where the ceremony took MRS. PETER XEULS. place was crowded with relatives and friends who witnessed the ceremony. The bride was attied in a costume of white organdie over taffeta silk, trimmed trimmed with white satin ribbon. The bridesmaid wore white lawn trimmed with lace. Miss Lottie Engel was maid of honor and Miss Laura Ileffelfinger was bridesmaid. Mr. Arthur Dodendorf, Dodendorf, brothero f the bride, and Mr. dorf, brother of the . bride, and Mr. parlor was tastefully decorated with ferns and palms. After the ceremony a reception was held and followed by a wedding supper. Mr. and Mrs. Neuls then left on the 1 :40 train this morning for New York, Philadelphia and other points of interest interest to spend a two weeks' honeymoon. THOSE WHO WERE PRESENT. The guests present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Dodendorf, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Xeuls. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Seheuer. Mr and Mrs. Henry Engel, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heffelflnger. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wetzel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. John Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hartnick. Mr. and Mrs. George Reidleman. Mr. and Mrs. William Pilger, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frantz, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weisman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Serfass, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Borger. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seheuer, Mr. ami Mrs. Oeorge Mirtz. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Flyte. Mr and Mrs. Fred Marker, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwass. Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Xordt, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Xeuls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mirtz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rerghauser, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Faust. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Xeuls. jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Young, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bonn. Mr. and Mrs. George Harper, Mr. and Mrs. William Forkel. Mrs. Forkel. Mrs. Emick, Mrs. Sontag, Mrs. Michael Faust. Mr. George Engel. City Treasurer E. J. Robinson, Messrs. Charles Rosar, Peter Marker. John Schunk, Arthur Dodendorf, Charles Deising, Chas. Helm, David Thomas. Theodore Huber, Charles J. Mirtz, Kelson Heffellinger, Jacob Hefleltinger, Samuel Harris. Elmer Harris, Misses Milly Languth, Laura Hef - feltinger, Lottie Engel, Annie Breiting, Maud Connor, Mary Porcher, Emma Mo - Arthur, Emma Faust, Lucy Faust, Lena MR. PETER XEULS. Faust, Clara Ross, Minnie Xeuls, Julia Mirtz, Mary Horch. The out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kern, Pittston; Mr. and Mrs. Granville Rehrig, Mr. and Mrs. Tilghman Stout, Mr. and Jlrs. Freeman Heffelflnger, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Heffeltinger. Lehigh - ton. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. James Bauer. Nazareth. Nazareth. Pa.: Mr. and Mrs. John Sailor, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dech, Nazareth, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dodendorf, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Wilay Steckel, Miss Elva Dodendorf, Miss Ada Dodendorf, Aquashicola, Pa. Clmrlos - O - Donnell. Miss Nellie Charles of this city, the well known elocutionist, was married at St. Peter's cathedral yesterday to Mr. Joseph J. O'Donnell of Newport Xews, Va. The nuptial mass was celebrated celebrated by Rev. P. J. Gough. Before the mass was begun the bridal party entered the cathedral, while Miss Margaret Thornton of Providence played Mendelssohn's wedding march. The bride was attended by Miss Xellie Xellie Ryan and the best man was Joseph Joseph Backus. The bride was attired in a gown of satin glaze covert material, trimmed with lace, and the bridesmaid in a costume of golden brown whipcord, whipcord, trimmed with white satin and lace. After the ceremony the wedding party repaired to the residence of the bride on Lackawanna avenue, where a reception was tendered to the immediate immediate relatives and friends of the contracting contracting parties. At noon Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell left on a wedding tour and will visit New - York, Baltimore and Old Point Comfort. Comfort. They will Teside in Xewport Xews, Va.

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 23 Aug 1899, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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