Fannie Hugendubler WH Early Wedding Jun 1917
WERE WEDDED AT PALMYRA W. H, Early and Miss Fannie Hugendubler Contracting Parties REV. JOHN I. MECK With Rev. J, D. M. Brown, Performed the the Ceremony A pretty nuptial event took place In the Palm Evangelical Lutheran church, Palmyra, on Thursday evening, evening, when William H. .Early and Miss Fannie Hugendubler, both members of the congregation, were united In marriage by the. Rev.. John Irwln Meek, local pastor,, assisted by the Rev. John D. M'. Brown, of Allentown. The only witness to the ceremony was Miss Jennie 1 J. Shiftier. Shiftier. The beautiful ring ceremony wa« used. At tho conclusion of the "ceremony, the bridal party proceeded to the home of the bride, where a sumptuous sumptuous repast was served to Invited guests as follows: Hon. and Mrs. G. H. Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Yorty, Mr. and Mrs. William Oruber, Miss Katherlne Shiftier, Miss Jennie J. ; Shiftier, Henry Fasnacht, Roy Krelder, Mrs. Reuben Grelner and daughter, Clara, Freeman Hoke, all of Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Shlffler, of Montreal, Canada. The groom Is president and au- phonlum soloist of the Iroquols-band, and enjoys the acquaintance of a large circle . of friends. The -bride Is a sister of the late Squire Frank B. Hugendubler, and well known in the Londonderry region. She was gowned In a dress made of ma- erial worn by her mother more than fifty years ago.