Edward Neuhaus marries Alice Fleming

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Edward Neuhaus marries Alice Fleming - PooWir'flijiit th";eb'mmoo .conn,tferv4 at th...
PooWir'flijiit th";eb'mmoo .conn,tferv4 at th home of the bride, SQtS 'ior'thiicool'tiourirpt'ey'enlnk fc.the'jT,.sfiiytte. street.: Mr. Neuhaus li'mi dayi o g.et' about In and. parties r i'ploj - 3 at the Wayne Knitting - mills. tor fc'countryTfdisnd the plehlij party to'..a isark - aW'the liveliest Interests ' a social .wajr aside from the weddings: .'' - Manor - Fisher, Mla Msude L, Fisher and; Mr. Elmer M.' Mahor were married on Wedr ftesday evenlnir at '(tlnfptoiV1, M.. E. church by Sv. William A. 'Driest, paa - tor of.lh church. There were about twenty fr'le.nds of the bride and groom present. T,he bridegroom la a - mar chlnlst .jilt, and Mrs, Manor left the city ori. - a wedding; trip and will go 10 houieltejpplng.liere ' their returli. .. ".' Jacques Shroyen Xhe imarrlnge pf Mr. L. W. Jacaues, master mechanic of the Wabash A'al - ley Traction comprint of this city, and Miss Jennie Shroyef; whose home la at Meadow .farm, pear Cambridge, took place on Wednesday morning : at Zanesvllle, Qi, at 9 o'clocji. The - bride and groom left at once for Cincinnati and will., spend their . hnneynumn at northern lake .points. Mr. and Mra. Jacques .are expected. Iiortu early In Juiy - . The Zanesviilo BlRtinl gtvea on account of a party and a surprise shower of kitchen utensils perpetrated, upon the bride On Monthly evening of this week, by about forty of her friends In Znnesvllte. The hrlde was Invited to' the; home of a friend, and At supper time many Klfta were presentedpresented - to her. :.''. Greeley Miller. A pretty wedding at St.I Mary's church this morning at 9 o'clock wits that or Miss Cecelia H. Miller and Mr. Charles Greeley. Mgr. J. H. Orhter - lng rendered the nuptial ny"" - Th" brldn, looked very sweet and pretty. i'i whit" gown with veil held In pin ItlM UllUri; Johnson, Of West' ! Wid street; entertained '. den young ladles last evening at a pretty 'party .'Iglve - nji In honor of. - Miss", grace ,IfJe'ripa; whbzis.to be one of the sum - mei - - bride. The.jrard was lighted and th porch'" wa: decorated .Vylth "ijaisjes." The guests Knve Mips Kleripa a) - shower of gifts. Refreshments were Served and p. pleasant time was tlf joyed.' J" ..' ?The Misses .fickst - t,: of fct Wayne street, 'entertained the. Lnetltla club ;lat evening in a delightful' manner. The members of the hWlfimath dub will be entertained' by Miss Martha Wphlfort tomorrow afternoon. Mlas , Mery Jiandall, of East Berry "treat has tone to Indianapolis to Visit relatives. ' The Embroidery club members were entertained by Miss Agnes Falrbauk, of East Iterry street. ;Mra! Henry Lagemann and .dsufrh - - 'ter, Valette; went to Winona l.ake today for A tew days" o'ut - lng. ".. Rabbi Harry Ettelaon bus gone to. Hartford, Conn., and other eastern points of Interest and wilt be absent the creator part of the summer. Miss Martha Emmons entertained a few young girls at a house party last night In honor of her 'cousin, Miss Mary Ewart, of Pittsburg. BT. John Chenoweth has arrived In this eountry from the Philippines nnd la now at Omahv Neb., with theregl - ment of which lit is 'tneTCBa - ptalrr l - wlth emllnx. ah carried a prayer Mr. W. II. Cannlff, of Cleveland." was the guest yesterday for a few ihoui Of the Misses Ovlart, of Lincoln avenat. Ml Bessie Freemen. Miss Gertrade Oreen and Beth Oreen, of West Main street, are at Rome City, for s few flays stay, Mlet norence Fowler, of Boston mua, class mate of Miss Florence Foster, at Bmlth oollege, la vliltlng Mlaa Foster for a few days. Mlsi Mildred. Armstrong, Who had been visiting. Prof, and Mrs. August Chill for several days, has returned to her home In Springfield, 111. Mr., and Mrs. W. H.' Noll and Mr, and, Mrs. Jack Harding have returned from a trip of several weeks' time pent at the lakes and at Canadian point. Mlas Margaret Baylor, of West jvayne treat, ha gone to Home City, where she Is one of: a psrty of young wimieti at the Cook cottage enjoylnjc a len idays .outlnj?. Mlas Dorothy Kllgore entertained the PI Phi glrla at a good time yes - .,terday( afternoon at. the home of her silr, - pira."ftennrin ijfirwiii, 01 at Crelghtoiit avenue. Jlls Pauline poebler, of Washing ton oouievsra east entepajnea .10" members of the Arbor Vltae club last evening. Dellcloua refreshmenta were served after an amusing time In a guessing contest. ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snowberger havt returned from their wedding trip and ere spending a fw days wlfh John Eggeman; Of West Woodland avenue Mr. and Mrs. Snowberger will soon be at home In iholr.nwn residence' In flay street The Misses. Pnnr! and Vesfa - Maxwell were graduated from Dr. Abel's sanitarium nf Tnxerkana. Texas, on June 15. noj,h yirung w - ooien wore . formnrly residents tt this ctty and they went stutth for Ih benefit, of their fie. - iltli. The - will remain In the soul;h, nnrsliiE. for thv present. Haffner Fsrney. Th - ' m'rrlftge of i T'lrnifT Port W:.vn' young man. Mr. Arthur " 1,: (InrfnT. now Incnld In TVnver, i'''1.. tonk plnce In Miss Ann" i''nrney, of t'uet.ln. In the latter r'lty (in June 2a in :1m .i - rithnllr - chnrch ;.l 7 o'elock In the rni - iilnff, lrs. John vyntfner nnd Mrs. K' : iv Voffner, of this elty.. were : - :inij: th" weililinic .quests. ' The br.1'1' r.Mirt ifrooni will spt'ntl a - week in tlio itirriMt:i'n pf c'oiof.ido hur will live In nM)er. where. Mr. If.iffner la em - r'l'uyeil. by sn elei:trle:.il company. Neuhaos Fleminq. mi Allre s. Fleming nnd Mr. Kd - ' Til ri. Neuhaup were united In mer - - Rt Pt Patrick's rhutVh en Wed - rfe?d - iv iTHirnln'H n( ! o'elork by Hey. - t I' l.i':liine - Afl. Adii Flem.lnir. nnd M - Henry Vetihnun, staler and brnth - e - r th." bride nndKrooni. were the afr - ' ..'li - 'itw. The :weil'linr breakfast w.ss book with bookmarker of white rlh bons and white flowers. Attending the bride was Miss Grace Gruber, who was dressed In white and carried bride rosea for her bouquet.' Mr. Albert zlckgraf attended the bridegroom. The wedding breakfast wns served :rt the home of the bride's parents In Forest park and wat attended by about thirty" relatives and near friended Mr. Greeley le a grocery clerk at Huntington and with his bride left for that cty this afternoon. '-''Howe Stahier. There was a pretty wedding on Wed nesday, evening at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Jesse H. Stahier, of Adams township, when their daughter, Emliy Lldora. became the bride , of ,Mr. Charles Emery, Howe, a hdokkeeper lor the Bowser Manufacturing company.' Rev. J. K. Cectr performed the ceremony, using a ring, for the bride to - plight her troth. The bride's slater, Margaret, dreaaed'ln white, carried the ring Iti a baaket of : flowers. - There were ahit. forty guestt and deltaloua refreahit. is 'were served after the marmge service, which waa at 8 o'clock. The bride and groom will live In thji city .and will begin housekeeping at once at 1839 East Wayne street. Both bride and groom are excellent young, people who have a large circle offrtendi. A Country Party. Mr. ana Mra. A. U Witt, who live south of Garrett, held a famllv re union of relatives together with a few near friends, at their home on June !!'. The company spent the entire day ind lit 1 o'elork were Invited to a bountifully laden table to enjoy a feast of good things. Thirty people were ent.ed nt once. Mualo was furnished during the dny by Mrs. Harry Geller, or Hnnfertown. and Mrs. Dr. Toder, of tilcksvllle. There were present Mr ond Mrs. William Slble. Mr and Mrs, William Tleasley. Mr. and Mrs. WI1 - ' Ham riarnhnrt, Grant Hsrrlss and family. I'f'rt Slble and daughter.. Miss Tena yible. John Slble and family, Charles rui'glay and daughter. Donald Wel - shelmer. of Marlon: Misses Cora and Clnra Bitrnhart. Thaddua Barnhart. Mr. and .Mrs. Trn Slble. Mr. and Mr. John Srheffer, of Auburn: Charles Mallard, of Illrksvllle, and Mrs. Harry Geller. 1 spent n happy time. English Cramer. There was a pretty wedding st St. Peter's Cathollo church on Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, when Miss Cella E Crsmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Muthiae Cramer, and Mr, Joseph E'. Kngllib - ivere married by Rev. Charles Thiele.. The choir assisted Irt rendering the nuptial mass. The bride entered the church with the groomsman. Mr. Gregory Rohynns. and the bride. groom walked with the bridesmaid. Miss Rose Teher. Moth attendants were, relatives of the hrlde. a niece nnd by left of ly or for the Ing In silk ana silk, oair the At of Mr. PennsylvaniaPennsylvania A and son of of was dal she The

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  1. The Fort Wayne Sentinel,
  2. 23 Jun 1910, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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