Mary Luft Is Bride Of Phoenixville Man n Catholic Nuptials Miss Mary Luft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Luft, 52 Riverside avenue, Kenilworth, became the bride of Mr. Frank Benne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Benne, Phoenix\?ille. yesterday morning at 10 o’clock in the rectory of St. John’s Catholic Church of the Greek Rite. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. John Tap- tich, rector, in the presence of close friends and immediate relatives. Given in marriage by her father, bride was attired in a white gabardine dressmaker suit, highlighted by brown accessories. Her corsage was of red roses. Miss Kathryn Luft. sister of the bride, chose a gray gabardine suit, brown accessories and corsage of white roses Only attendant of the bridegroom j was Mr, Frank Osisck. A reception followed at the new \ home of Mr. and Mrs. Benne, Ken- : ilworth, after which the couple j left for a honeymoon in New ! Haven, Conn. For traveling the bride chose a navy dress, matching accessories and corsage of red roses. Mrs. Benne is a graduate of North Coventry High school and is employed at the Lincoln Underwear mills. The bridegroom is an em ploye of the Doehler Jarvis corporation. Guests attended the wedding from Pottstown, Phoenixville and Reading.