Jane Lenson gets marriet-1928
Miss Lenson Bride of LL.Kiiauss, Pittsburg; Elaborate Ceremony Penn Central Children's Party This Af -ternoon; -ternoon; Mrs. A. J. Ford Heads Mercy Auxiliary; Williamsburg Couple Wedded Wedded 50 Years. . One of the most prominent weddings weddings in Jewish circles as well as one of the most elaborate of the winter season was solemniied last evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Morris Lenson, 1301 Broad avenue, when their daughter, Miss Jane Lenson, became tho bride of I. -L. -L. Krauss, Pittsburg, with 50 guests present. The. - ceremony- ceremony- was performed at 5: SO by Rabbi S. B. Tampol, of Agudath Achim synagogue, in the large living room of the bride's home. under a beautiful bower of palms, and ferns. The entire house was attractive attractive in its decorations of cut flowers. flowers. The bride was kiyen in marriage by her father, M. Lenson, well known Altoona wholesale itoaler. Miss Lenson Lenson wore a lovely creaton of white moire satin and her veil of point lace was caught with orange blossoms. Her accessories matched her gown and she carried a large bouquet of white brides roses and lilies "of the valley. Miss Rose Lensonv . sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore & frock of orchid taffeta. She also wore a shoulder bouquet of roses. Mr. Krauss was attended by his brother, Samuel Krauss, Pittsburg, Following the ceremony, dinner was served and late last evening Mr. and Mrs. Krauss left for a wedding trip to the east Upon their return they will reside in Pittsburg where the former holds a responsible position position with the Rosenbaum Store company. company. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs, Louis Krauss, Pittsburg, and is well known both in that city and in Altoona. He is a member of the La Mar club of Pittsburg and is prominent prominent in social activities. . Mrs. Krauss is a graduate of Altoona Altoona High school and is a popular member of Altoona's younger set. Out of town guests attending the wedding included: Mr. and Mrs. L. Krauss. parents of the bridegroom; Miss Mildred Krauss, s:ster: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Krauss. Albert and Bernard Bernard Krauss. M. Mendelson, Harry Liptz. T. Mendelson, George Fink. Joseph Goldhammer, Harry Lleb-wita Lleb-wita Lleb-wita and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Len-chner, Len-chner, Len-chner, all of Pittsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Frueehthandler, McKees Rocks. A well known orchestra furnished music during the evening. MT. C A R.MEL rCPlLS GIVE FROG BAM Our Lady of Mount Carmel school closed for the Christmas recess Friday Friday afternoon. Children of the primary grades gave a Christmas entertainment, which commenced at J p. in. Parents- Parents- and friends of the chil dren crowded the auditorium for the occasion. Under the auspices of the Parent-Teacher Parent-Teacher Parent-Teacher league of the parish parish there was an elaborate Christmas tree prepared and at the conclusion of the entertainment all the children were given boxes of candy and other treats. WILIIAMSBFKG COtTIE WEDDED 0 TEARS Mr: and Mrs. Joseph M. Garvin, Williamsbur?. celebrated their golden wedding- wedding- anniversary last week with a quiet time at home. Only the members members of the family and Mrs. Garvin's two sisters, the Misses Burket, Wash., D. C., were present ' Joseph M. Carvin is a son of the late . Benjamin Couch Garvin and Anna Catharine Ake. Mr. Garvin is a great-grandson great-grandson great-grandson of Jacob Ake. who bought land and laid out the town of Williamsburg. Mr. Garvin was married in Washington. Washington. D. C.. December IS, 1STS, by the Rev. Samuel Dorner, to Alice M. Burket. a daughter of the Rev. Jacob X. Burket nnd Mary A Chritiman. They came to Williamsburg and on March 26. 1S79. took up housekeeping in th-s th-s th-s hou?e now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencer, Wast Second Second street. They have two sons and two grandsons. grandsons. Walter Garvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Garvin and the oldest grandson, r?ad a piece entitled "Fifty Years Happiness." that his father recited recited at the golden wedding anniversary anniversary c f his grandmother and grandfather. grandfather. Anion.? the callers were Dr. and Mrs. C. W. BurKet, Altoona. - TEXX CEMRAL CHILBREX'S PARTT THIS AFTEBXOOX The children of the Penn Central Light and Power company and of the Logan A alley Electric Railway em ployees will be guests at a wonderful wonderful Christmas party to be given by J. H. Shearer, at the Altoona Ath letic club this afternoon. . All sorts of entertainment lias been planned and 'will include or chestra music, stunts and a number of surprises. There will be a large Christmas tree and Santa Claus him self will be present with gifts, toys. toys, and treats for each boy and girl.