Doings at Lock 3 for Thomas Criswell, his wife and his sister Minnie.
ANNIVERSARY WEDDING. Fun and Frog's Legs at Camp Xusser at Lock No. Three. A very pleasant occurrence took place last Sunday, at Camp Nusser. It was the tin wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Henry and Christenia Geltzsizer, of South Side, Pittsburg; the ceremony was performed performed by Rev. Andrew Ereinnine-; Ereinnine-; Ereinnine-; music consisted of singing some well selected hymns in English and German by the choir of the camp. After the wedding the guests to the number of about 200 were invited to a good camp supper of baked fish, browned frog and turtle soup. When the cake was passed around, it was found that Mrs. Fred Weaver, of Pius street, South Side, Pittsburg, had the ring. There were plenty of refreshments, and all present enjoyed a pleasant day. Among the guests were: Andrew Hreining, Albert Burrer and wife, Jno. Engle and wife, Lawrence Bishop and wife, George Fields and wife, L. Bengle and wife, P. Wantzel and wife, George Klemmens and wife, W. C. Weissing and wife, C. Friend and wife, Miss Eva Bengle, Mrs. Fred Sheckle, Henry Deckenbach, John Kefltucker, Harry Fields, Geo. Preis-ter, Preis-ter, Preis-ter, Frank Bengle, Joe Bengle, Albert Smith, Wm. Emerine, Willie Bengel Oscar Mulks, from South Side Pittsburg. Pittsburg. Thos. Reynolds and wife, Jas. Goul-din Goul-din Goul-din and wife, Jas. Biddle and wife, John Butterworth and wife, John Mal-labone, Mal-labone, Mal-labone, Richard Stilley, W. W. Wilson, Lawrence Smith, and John S. Hamilton, Hamilton, from Jones Station, Pa. Thos Criswell and wife, James Campbell Campbell and wife, Geo. Johnston and wife, Ralph Campbell, and wife, Jos. Campbell Campbell and wife, Robert Anderson and wife, Miss Linnie Wilson, Miss Minnie Criswell, James Crisswell. Jos. Camr bell, Jr., Peter Shuledise, from Walton Station, Pa.