May 4 1884 Wedding Announcement
, WEDDINGS. Ma. WaLTn Hnxsnd Miss Effl Rogers are to be married early in Jane. Mus Axxlu a Coluss, daughter ot Mr. Wm. A. Collins, formerly connected with th Louls-viUe Louls-viUe Louls-viUe Commercial, waa married last week to &b AugusUne, Fla., to Mr. Chas. Buggies, of WU1-iamsport. WU1-iamsport. WU1-iamsport. Pa. Ma. Smith Erxxn, of this dty, was married last Wednesday la Calvary church, to Miss Mary Stuart Shalicross, of New Albany. Th ceremony ceremony took place at 9:30 o'clock. Eev. J. G. Mlanegerode, officiating. - ' Ths marriage of Mr. AL J. Both to Miss Min nie Terfloth took place last Thursday morning, at St. Boniface church, at 9 o'clock. In th preaenc of a large number ot relatives and friends, the Rev. Father Raphael Besse officiating. The attendants attendants were Mr. Frank Both, brother of th groom. Miss Lulls Buddecke, step-sister step-sister step-sister of the bride, Mr. Theo. Moritx, Miss Lizxi Aulenbrock, Mr. John Gold bach, and Miss .Katie Aulenbrock. The bride wore an elegant dress of white satin. with oriental lac, natural flower and diamond ornament. After the ceremony an Informal re ception waa held at the residenc of th bride's nta. Th groom is th Junior member of the firm ot Jos. Roth & Son, and the bride U the step-daughter step-daughter step-daughter of Mr. J. H. Buddecke, proprietor of th Commercial Exchange. They wer the recipients of many handsome and valuable pres- pres- ents, notable among which was aa elegant silver tea set, presented by the St. Boniface Dramatic Club, of which organization the groom la a mem ber aad musical director.