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 - PARK EVENING Ruth Neuman Takes Vows Matawan...
PARK EVENING Ruth Neuman Takes Vows Matawan Girl Married to L. B. Carmer in Church Ceremony ( Special to The Fran) MATAWAN Amid Christmas decorations In the auditorium of the First Methodist church ,t S:30 o'clock Batur. day afternoon, Mis Ruth Miriam Neuman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Neuman. Schenck avenue, bc.ame the bride of Lawrence B. Carmer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I. Carmer. Ravine drive. The ceremony was performed by Rev. John A. Naylor, pastor of the church. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a hand made gown of Ivory allpper satin, veil of Imported English silk net and Vhlte satin slippers. She carried a colonial style bouquet of Roman hyacinths, white carnations, white roses and white gladioli. The maid of honor. Miss Doris Neuman, sister of the bride, was attired In queen blue satin with silver slippers and carried a colonial bouquet with sweet peas and blue Queen Anne's lace. Bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Condon. Miss Gladys Carmer, Miss Anna Dorman, Miss Ruth Knlffin and Mis Helen Knlffin. They wore rose colored taffeta with hoop skirts and gold slippers, and carried nosegays of colonial style with sweet peas. Junior bridesmaids, Marie Dormaa and Elma Neuman, wore sky blue taffeta with hoop skirts and carried coloni. al bouquets of nosegays with sweet peas. The best man was George Carmer. jr, a cousin of the bridegroom. Ushers were Preston Jones, Howard Henderson, Francis Schuber and Henry Dorman. The bride's traveling outfit Included a dress of blue and gray, military style, black felt hat, tailored coat and suede shoes. Charles Beynon sang "Calm as the Night." and "Because." Mrs. Koert C. Wyckoff presided at the organ. A reception was held at the bride home for relatives and friends of the wedding party. The house was beautifully decorated with large white bell and mistletoe. The bride received many gifts. Upon their return from a wedding trip thru New York state. Mr. and Mrs. Carmer will reside in Keyport. Ouests who attended the reception were Mr. and Mrs. V. Condon, Mr. and Mrs. Nils Vordstrom and daughters, Lorraine and Eleanor. Mrs. B. Delaney, Mrs. V. Delaney, all of Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Silkie and daughters, Dorothy and Loretta, Harrison: Mrs. Arthur Condon and daughters. Dorothy, Edna and Annetta, and Al Whitney of Nut-ley; Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ludway, Long Island. Elmer and Mildred Balwin, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Carmer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carmer, Mrs. M. Reichelt, Lydla Reichelt, William Gould and Leroy Carmer, Newark; Mr. and Mrs. Pennettl, Keyport; Mrs. Lena Kniffln and daughters, Helen and Ruth, Newburgh, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dorman, Boston. Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. George Carmer, sr., Mr. and Mrs. George Carmer. Jr., and Mrs. Eugene Arnold, Farmingdale; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dobbins and family, Marlboro; Mrs. Dora Dorman and family of Englishtown; the Rev. and Mrs. John A. Naylor, Mrs. Wells Johnson, Charles Beynon, Miss Kate Dietzman, Miss Mildred and Miss Ruth Cosgrove, Matawan. and Miss Blanche Knapp, Morrtstown.

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  1. Asbury Park Press,
  2. 26 Dec 1939, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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