Ambrose Reiss married to Louise Elizabeth Armbruster
Reiss-Arsnbruster Reiss-Arsnbruster Reiss-Arsnbruster A pretty wedding took .place this morning at 9 o'clock in St. Nicholas Church when Miss Louise Elizabeth Armbruster, daughter of Mr. and Mra Charles Armbruster of 44 North Grant street became the bride of Ambrose Relss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob P. Relss of Alexander street. Monsignor Charles Goeckel performed the ceremony and read the nuptial mass. The bride was lovely in a gown of all over Duchess lace fashioned with a draped neckline, deep capo collar and a fitted bodice. The full circu lar skirt was extremely long and formed a slight train in back. Her hat was an Imported model of white lace and Horse hair featuring the brimmed sides. She carried a shower of bride roses, and valley lilies. The bridesmaid. Miss Elizabeth Becker wore an attractive model of Clel blue net with an all over design of embroidered pink rose buds. The bodice was fitted and the long full skirt touched the ground. Her hat was an off the face model of natural Swiss hair and she carled pink roses. Walter Madigan acted as best man. After the ceremony a breakfast breakfast was served at the Armbruster residence for the bridal party, members members of the immediate families and Intimate friends, Mr. and Mrs. Ress left for a wedding trip through the New England States and upon their return will reside on East South street. The bride, a charming young girl, attended St. Ann's Academy and during the past several weeks has been guest of honor at numerous prenuptial parties. The bridegroom is a well known young man and is associated with the Mahon Art Glass Company.