Baier Meyers Wedding 1948

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Baier Meyers Wedding 1948 - —iioeniein MKS. GEORGE F. MEYERS lyjOW...
—iioeniein MKS. GEORGE F. MEYERS lyjOW honeymooning in Vermont and New Hampshire are *~ Mr. and Mrs. George Freitas Meyers, who were married married in St. Mary's Catholic Church Monday morning, September September 6, at 9:15 by the Rev. C. J. Dobmeyer. f hfe bride, l M* lotmt tJhiriwte Clare Baler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frnhk Baler, 1408 Ltndsley* st, Is pictured here in her wedding wedding gown of white satin with seed pearl-embroidered cut work neckline, peplum, and hoop skirt ending in a court train. Her French illusion veil is arranged on a tiara of seed pearls which match those on the neckline of the gown and she holds a white satin prayerbook covered wltn white pompons and a crystal rosary, rosary, gift of the bridegroom. Mrs. Meyers received the prayerbook from her sister, Sister Mary Sharon. Sharon. She also carried a white lace nandkercliief sent her from Switzerland Switzerland by Mr. Meyers' sister, For the nuptials, the main altar altar of St, Mary's Church was graced with lighted tapers and arrangements of white gladioli. Herman Hartlieb, accompanied by Alfred Klffer at the organ, sang "Panls Angelicus" and "On This Day O Beautiful Mother." The bride's attendants, Mrs. Francis Link, matron of honor, and bridesmaids, Mrs. William Kirner, the ' groom's cousin and Miss Margaret V/hlte, the bride 3 cousin, were gowned in faille taffeta; taffeta; Mrs. Link in French blue and the bridesmaids in an American American Beauty shade. The gowns were made with bolero jackets and very full skirts. Mrs. Link carried a yellow satin muff covered covered with yellow pompons and Wore a headdress of matching flowers. Mrs. Kirner and Miss White carried light pink satin muffs decorated with gladioli and wore arrangements of the same flowers in their hair. Paul Mainzer was Mr. Meyers' oest man and ushers were the oride's brother, Paul Baier and James McKenna. Mrs. Baier chose a dark green itreetlength dress with black accessories accessories for her daughter's wedding wedding and Mrs. Meyers selected a grey ensemble with black accessories. accessories. Both mothers had pinki roses. The wedding breakfast was held at the Baier residence and the dinner and i-eception at the Business Women's club. Miss titettt Antfrti mi Mts* im Smith presided at the bffths table during th»» reception. Upon return from their easte/n noneynioon, Mr, and Mrs. Meyers will reside at 2l9Vfc Lawrence-st. Mrs. Meyeri, wa9 graduated from St," Mary's High school in 1040 and from Sandusky Business College. She is a bookkeeper at Holzaepfel Brothers. Mr. Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyers, 219 Lawrence-at, was graduated from St. Mary's High school in 1939 and . from i.andusky Business College. He is employed in the offices of the Parrell Cheek Steel Company. U! »C«»' Nationally Advertised

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 10 Sep 1948, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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