Clipped From The Kingston Daily Freeman
set at the Junker-Kleeber. A pretty wedding was solemnized at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon In Evangelical Lutheran Church, Saug! Saug! erties, whea Miss Carrie Kleeber came the bride of Edward J, of Hoboken, N. J., a large number relatives and friends witnessing the ceremony. The pastor of the church Rev Henry C. Egner, performed ceremony The bride was attractively attractively gowned in a henna colored traveling suit with hat to match. The groom wore the accustomed black The attendants were Miss Florence G-ippert and Louis H. Kleeber Jr a brother of the bride? After the ceremony, ceremony, Mr. and Mrs,. Junker departed amid showers of confetti and well wishes, via automobile for Kingston, and from here they went south train for a wedding trip The bride is the eldest daughter of Louis H Kleeber and one of Saugerties's highly highly regarded and estimable young women. She has been prominent in the work of the Evangelical Lutheran Church and also served as the organist for a number of years groom, also well and" favorably,' known, is a barber and for several months was employed m Kleeber's! tonsorial emporium. He and his bride will reside m Hoboken N j Â· and will ha^e the hearty congratula-' tions of numerous friends.