Wedding Announcement for Miss Anna F Anderson and Chester R Gloeckner

Wedding Announcement for Miss Anna F Anderson and Chester R Gloeckner appearing on page 8 of the Asbury Park (New Jersey) Evening Press on Monday 5 June 1944

Wedding Announcement for Miss Anna F Anderson and Chester R Gloeckner - Miss Anderson Becomes Bride (Special to The...
Miss Anderson Becomes Bride (Special to The Press) POINT PLEASANT Miss Anna Anna F. Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Anderson, Oakland street, Point Pleasant, became became the bride of Chester R. Gloeckner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Gloeckner, 636 East Second Second street, Roselie, at a double ring ceremony yesterday afternoon afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Harvey Memorial church. The Rev. Neale Van Loon, pastor, officiated. The church platform was decor ated with baskets of white cut flowers and palms. The incidental and wedding music was played by Mrs. Arthur Anderson. A duet, I Love You Truly," was sung by Clarence Anderson, brother of the bride and Mrs. Paul Maxson, sister of the bride. Mrs. William Cham bers, Belmar, sang "Because Given in marriage by her fa ther, the bride was attired in a frosted crepe gown with insets of chantilly lace, princess style, sweetheart neckline and long sleeves, and a long train trimmed with Chantilly lace. Her long illusion illusion veil flowed from a juliet cap. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses and sweet peas. Miss Lillian Greves, Neptune, maid of honor, was gowned in blue mousseline de soie, princess style, sweetheart neckline and short sleeves. She wore a shoulder shoulder length matching veil held in place with a matching flower halo. She carried an arm bouquet of pink roses. The attendants were Miss Lila Mae Maxson, Miss Betty Maxson, Miss Marilyn Jameson, Miss Carol Jameson, Miss Shirley Anderson, All nieces of the bride, and Mrs. Virginia Stevenson, all of Point Pleasant. They were all gowned in pink chiffon, princess styled. sweetheart necklines and short sleeves. They all carried arm bouquets of shaded pink roses and wore matching flower halos. Judy Jameson, niece of the bride was flower girl, and wore a peach flower silk gown and a halo of sweetpeas. She carried a basket of orchid sweetpeas. J he best man was Ervin Gloeckner, Gloeckner, East Orange, brother of the bridegroom. The ushers were Paul Maxson, brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law brother-in-law of the! bride; Vincent Maxson, cousin of the bride; Clarence Anderson, brother of the bride; Arthur Anderson, Anderson, cousin of the bride; Fur-ness Fur-ness Fur-ness Carver and John Gloeckner, brother of the bridegroom. The brides mother wore a dus ty pink crepe street length dress with white accessories and a cor sage of Talisman roses. The mother mother of the bridegroom wore a blue flowered street length dress with white accessories and a corsage of roses. A reception for relatives and friends followed at the community house. The decorations were pink and white. The table centerpiece was a three tiered wedding cake. The couple left for a trip to New York. For her traveling costume, costume, the bride wore a two piece navy blue suit with white accessories accessories and a corsage of white gardenias. gardenias. Cpon their return, the couple will reside with the brides parents parents for the summer. The bride is employed by the motor vehicle department in Manasquan, and the bridegroom is employed by the Fisher Baking company, Asbury Park. a

Clipped from Asbury Park Press05 Jun 1944, MonPage 8

Asbury Park Press (Asbury Park, New Jersey)05 Jun 1944, MonPage 8
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  • Wedding Announcement for Miss Anna F Anderson and Chester R Gloeckner — Wedding Announcement for Miss Anna F Anderson and Chester R Gloeckner appearing on page 8 of the Asbury Park (New Jersey) Evening Press on Monday 5 June 1944

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