Jacobs/Traher wedding 1911
PRETTY WEDDING AT THE TRAHER HOME A pretty wedding took place at the home oi airs. M. Traher, 543 Lu zerne avenue, last evening at 8 o'clock, when her daughter, Miss Lucy Traher and William Jacobs were united in marriage. The cere mony was performed in the presence of a large company of friends and relatives of the couple. Promptly at the - appointed hour the wedding party, Consisting of the clergyman, Rev. J. A. Jones, pastor of the First Congregational church, the bride and bridegroom, and the attendants, Stanley Traher, a brother of the bride, and Mrs. Conrad Jacobs, a sister - in - law of the bridegroom, assembled in the parlor, where the words which joined the lives of two of West Pittston's be3t known young people were said; , Following the ceremony, the guests, led by the wedding party, repaired to the. dining room, where a repast was served. In the midst of the festivities a party of" the members of West Pittston Hose Co., . with which Mr. Jacobs is affiliated, drove up to the door, and joined in the festivities. The bride was charmingly attired in a white gown and carried a bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Jacobs wore a silk batiste gown and carried pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs were showered with congratulations and felicitations by their "guests and they re ceived a number of handsome as well as useful gifts. They will take up their residence immediately In their newly - furnished home, bn Washing ton, street. Mrs. Jacobs is very well known here, where she has lived during the greater part of her life. The groom is a popular member of the Hose Co. and a valued employe of the Vul can Iron Works. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jacobs, of Wilkes - barre. Among the out - of - town guests pres ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jac obs and Charles Jacobs, of Wilkes - barre; Mr. and Mrs. C. Traher, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Traher, Mr. and Mrs. John Mapston and son, and Mrs. J. Lewis, of Xantiooke; Miss Hannah Keating, of Larksville.