August Leipski and Emma Schwalbe Wedding (Friends)
working not of hour here two with came pay conces- the they board do men to effect a far men. and pay do." of WEDDING LAST NIGHT Leipski-Sehwalbe Nuptials Celebrated Â·t St. Johannes* Church Wednesday night Rev. Heyne Officiating RECEPTION AT BRIDE'S PARENTS. The wedding of August Lelpskl Miss Emma A. Schwalbe which celebrated last night at St. Johannes' German Lutheran church was a pretty affair. The ceremony svas performed at 7 30 o'clock by Rev. Heyne, the pastor of the church, in presence of a large number of and relatives. The bridal party consisted of the bride and groom and Otto Schwalbe. cousin of the bride, Gus Scharen Albert Bork, groomsmen, and Amelia Moienz, Carrie Schwalbe, a cousin the bride, and Minnie Jendery, bridesmaids. The bride was prettily attired In gown of wh.te India linen trimmed with lace She wore a veil which held In place by a, wreath of myrtle bride's roses. She carried a bouquet of bride's roses. The bildesmalds woie white gowns and carried bride's roses. As the bridal party entered the church Professor Shulko played Mendelssohn's wedding march and at close of the ceremony as the party retired a triumphal march was played. The Reception. At the conclusion of the ceretnorty the bridal party went to the home the bilde's parents at 1280 Ejist Orchard street where a reception was held It was a pleasant affair and about 100 friends were present. Among the guests present last at the reception was Julius Schwalbe, a brother of the bride, of Indianapolis. An elaborate supppr was served during the evening and a jolly time enjoyed. The groom is a carpenter and employed by Brooks and Swisher. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Gottlieb Schwalbe. She is a member of St Johannes 1 church and Is a well known young lady. Mr. and Mrs. Lelpskl will live at North Lowber street, where they be at home to friends after June Mr. and 'Mrs. Lelpskl received a large number of handsome presents.