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AX/ ITH ITS DECORATIONS of. palms " and masses of flowers, the Florentine Florentine room of the Claypool Hotel was the scene of a beautiful wedding service at « o'clock last e\ening, 'the bride being Miss Anna Mantel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Mantel, and the bridegroom Dr. Moirls Fishbein of Chicago, formerly of this city. An aisle of palms was ar- i-anged through all the parlors leading to the ceremony betting, a garuen effect of | palms topped by a canopy of greenery set with white roses, lilies and candytuft. The Montam orchestra played a program of bridal music as the guests gathered, changing to Mendelssohn's "Wedding Match" for the entrance of, the bridal party. The bridegroom, With the best' man, William P. My*rs of Chicago, led the processional, processional, followed by the ushers, the bride's brothers, Samuel J. and A. E. Mantel, Theodore Gordon of Billings, Mont., A. S. Levin of Terre Haute, Albert and Norton Fiahbein, Sidney N. Cahn and Harry Friedman. The bridesmaids, Miss Marguerite Joseph, Miss Fannie Burgheim, Burgheim, Miss Pauline Michael, Miss Ceclle Adler. Miss Ruth Feibleman, Miss Harriet Joseph, Miss Esther Efroymson and Miss Belle Cohn, walked before the maid of ..honor, Miss Maybelle Grady of Syracuse. N. Y., who entered alone. The matron of honor, Mrs. Lee C. Greenberg, also walked alone before the little flower maids, Jeanette Jeanette Fiahbein and Bertha Frand, tn their dainty lingerie frocks of white, scattering pink rose petals from their flower baskets baskets in the pathway of the bride, who, entered on the arm of her father. Just before her walked the tmy little ring bearer. Belle Yvonne Eichel of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, who carried the ring In a white lily get in a rose-filled basket. The bride's gown was of bridal satin combined with exquisite lace and pearl garniture fashioned with a short train on the draped skirt and a long -court train from the shoulders. The wedding veil was of filmy tulle and lace similar to that on the gown. -The -bridal -bouquet was of White roses and lilies of the valley. The matron of honor wore a gown of shell pink satin with silken flowered design of roses and she carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was in white satin with pink girdle and lace and her flowers were roses and' lilies. The bridesmaids wore the wedding colors of pink and white, half of them being in pink oharmeuse combined with silver lace and the others In white lingerie over pink. All carried arm bouquets of pink roses. The bride s mother was In white lace and corn-colored corn-colored silk, while the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Benjamin Fishbein, wore black lace, veiling white satin. While the ceremony was In progress, the music was changed to "The End of a Perfect Day." After the ceremony, which was performed by Rabbi Mayer Messing, ~*« guests, numbering more than 150, |sr«St-4o_the new Chateau cafe for the tipper. Ktete, as In the ceremony room, he decorations were of palms and wall 'prjalttt* filled with pink roses and daisies. Covera/were laid at small tables arranged with pink tapers In silver holders and flat decorations of pink roses. The place cards were In Illy of the valley designs. A dance after the supper was in the palm room, which was transformed Into a garden of palms and bay trees. The guest favors were little booklets of white with the M-F monogram In gold and contained contained the supper menu and the dance cards. The bride's going-away gown was a blue silken coat suit and black hat, jet trimmed. After a wedding Journey through the East, Dr. and Mrs. Fishbein will return to Chicago, where they will be at home after Sept. 1 at 814 Lawrence avenue. Among the wedding guests were Mr, and Mrs. Louis Hurwitz, Mr. and Mrs. David- Grody and Miss Grody of Syracuse, N. Y.; Miss Flora Silbersteln of New York;.Miss Gertrude Bleiweiss, Mrs. A. Green and Mrs. William P. Myers of Chicago; Theodore Theodore Gordon of Billings, Mont.; Mrs. M. S. Lyons and Miss Hazel Lyons of UK- bana/Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Max Levin, Mr. and Mrs. Myer Levin, Mr. and Mrs. David -Goldman, Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Berkowltz, " Mrs. Leon Stern, Miss Mollie Levin. Mrs. I. P. Levin, A. S. Levin, A. N. Levin, Mayer Levin and Benjamin Blumberg of Terre Haute; Harry Saftel of Dorchester, Mass.; Mrs. Louis Wild and Miss Mayme Wild of Fort Wayne, Miss Helen and Miss Cora Faust of Lafayette, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eichel, Miss Goldene Greenberg and Mrs. Rudolph C. Greenberg of Cm- cinnatl. + 4- + Invitations of special Interest .because the wedfng is to be a naval function were Issued yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emmet Coffln for the marriage of their daughter, Jean, to Lieut. Joan Howard Ingram, U. S. N., at the Meridian Street Methodist Episcopal Church at 8.30 o'clock Tuesday evening, July, 1 *. an . d IOT a reception to follow at the Coffln home, 1218 North Meridian street, at 9 o clock The bridegroom's brother, Ensign Honmer Ingram, TJ. S. N., will come for the frred- dinir and the bride-elect's^cousin, 'Miss Bertha Haldeman of Louisville, and Miss Edith Macfarlaln of Pittsburgh will come Saturday to be her guests and to remain tor the wedding.^ Miss Mildred Stockdale, 3028 North Blinds Blinds street, entertained with a garden party yesterday afternoon for Miss Alice Cantwell of Alamosa, Col., who Is visiting visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gilbert Heridren, S032 North Illinois street. The guests included Miss Dorothy Hendren, Hendren, Miss Margaret Copplek, Miss Helen DriscoU Miss Dorothy TomerUn, M ss Sarah Tomerlin, Miss Sarah, Powell, Miss Mary Galaway,'Frank Byekit, George Galaway, Robert Drlscoll, Gilbert Hendren Hendren and Harry Byekit. + 4- 4- Talented Soprano Who Delights Party Guests Miss Ethel Peters of New York, the interesting guest of Mrs. Everett Wagner, delighted a large company at a musicale at Mrs. Wagner's home Monday afternoon. afternoon. Hiss PetersTs a widely-Known soprano singer, who has spent the winter and spring season singing with the Naw York Grand Opera Company on the et;n coast. She has the distinction of be- ng the only prominent grand opera singer who received her entire musical education In America. Mrs. Welgandt of Westchester, Pa., also a talented singer, the guest of Mrs. W. A. Shell, gave se- ections on the program. Miss Ethel Hos- klnu and Miss Helen Shell acted as accompanists. accompanists. Miss Peters will leave this week for a northern trip and later in summer will return for another visit Hr. and Mrs. Wagner. ness meeting of the Theta Mu Kappa Fraternity, held In the Moorish parlors of the Claypool Hotel Monday night. + + *+ Miss Vivien Cores and Harajd Cores Shelbyvllje will entertain at a house .his week. The guests will be Mr. and Mrs. A. T, Byers and daughter Florence, ·lelen Troutman, Dorothy Ballard, Henry Galway and Frances Neallen. + + + Miss Suzanne Stark, 1722 North Delaware Delaware street, will entertain with a 500 arty this afternoon In honor of Miss iess and Miss Pearl Rlngwalz of Chllll- cothe, O., who are the guests of Miss Luclle Bockstahler, 2735 Ashland avenue. -r- + -r- Mrs. Edward Helder of St. Louis arrived arrived yesterday to spend several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Helder, 2711 Bellefontatne street. + + 4- Edwin F. Henderson, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Henderson, returned, to his home in Kankakee, 111., yesterday. ·f. 4- 4- Miss Jeanette Strauss and Julian Strauss of Avondale, 0., who have been visiting Mr, and Mrs. B. Strauss, returned home. 4- ·+ 4- Mlss Mabel Hutchison, 31S East Nineteenth Nineteenth street, has returned from a visi with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walker in Shelbyville. ^ + 4 - 4 - Mlss Mary Johnson of Monrovia is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs John Hampton and family, 1446 Centra avenue. Miss Beula Franks of Denver, Col., is the guest of Miss Mary Wilhelm, 250 East Tenth street. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brezette and chil dren, 1728 Bellefontaine street, have to Clarks Lake, Mich., for a visit. Dr. W. W. Gates and Dr. W. Gatea have gone by motor to St. Louis They will return the middle of next week. + 4- -h Mrs. C. F. Voyles has gone to 111., to spend several weeks with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Wagner\ 4- 4- 4- M, W. Voris announces the marriage his mother, Mrs. Katie Barneblb, to J. Hogeson at Cincinnati July 6. + 4 - 4 Harold Harold Geugsch will leave soon for a four months 1 visit in New York and Atlantic City. , + + + Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mitchell and sons of Rockport are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pattberg. + + + Miss Anna and Miss Edna Rlchter, a

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  1. The Indianapolis Star,
  2. 08 Jul 1914, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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