Hattie Lowenstein Weds
HAITI E LOWENSTEIN MARRIED. Snapped Up by a Berwick Merchant and Given a Good Send Off. Joseeph M. Schain of Berwick and Miss Hattie Lowensteln of this city were united in marriage at the home of the bride, (!7 South Main street Rabbi Israel Joseph performing the nuptial rite in the presence of a host of Invited friends and amid bowers of palm, evergreen and blossoming plants. Miss Blanche Lowensteln was brides' maid, and little Stella Lowenstein flower girl. They are sisters of the bride. Joseph Silverstein of East Stroudsburg was the best man. The bride wore a becoming gown of brown crepon and carried bride roses. The bridesmaid was attired in red silk. The wedding march was played by the bride's brothers, Marion and Joseph Lowenstein, assisted by the Pokorney orchestra. The ceremony was followed by a re ceptlon, embracing an elaborate supper and an exceedingly pleasant evening followed a a a Tnntter nf rmireo The presents were very fine, among tnem being several checks of very cneerrui sums. At 11 p. m. the bridal couple depart ed for Niagara. Saratoga and New York city. They will make their home in Berwick where the groom is in business. A number of guests from out of town, with elaborate toilets and unusual vivacity, made the occasion one to be remembered for its brilliancy and its ireeaom rrom conventional formal! ties.