Benjamin Ganter Wedding

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Benjamin Ganter Wedding - T ANY GUESTS AT r, - (Ganter - Epp Ceremony...
T ANY GUESTS AT r, - (Ganter - Epp Ceremony Elaborate Event in Catholic Circles a par - at - One of the most, elaborate Catholic weddings solemnized in Reading for some time was fhat of - Raymond Ganter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ganter, of 119 North Ninth street, and Mary A. Epp, - daughter of Mrs. Mary A. Epp, of 918 Washington street which took place in St. Paul's Church at 8 a. m. Wednesday. The couple were married at a nup tial mass. The RL Rev. - Monsignor Bornemann was the celebrant; Father Charles Bornemann, deacon, and Father Daniels, sub - deacon. The bridal party consisted of the following: Bride and bridegroom; fruit for - and bridesmaids, Miss Erna Epp, sister of tne Drme, ana miss mia, Fiamm; grooms - men, Edwin Epp, brother of bride, and Paul Reinert, Philadelphia; ush - ers, Harry Smeltzer and Hugo Epp, of Boston, Mass. Clarence Ganter was master of ceremonies; The bride wore an elaborate Swiss trousseau of imported white peau de - soie, en tram, with oversKirt or real the Irfth point lace, richly trimmed in few 1 pearls and crystals. She wore a costly pearl necklace, the gift of her mother, few Her veil was of tulle; fastened with , pe high also his a and wreath of orange - blossoms, while her bouquet was of bride' roses and lilies of - the - valley. Miss Erna Epp was prettily robed in a creation of imported pink crepe de meteor. She wore a veil of tulle, fastened with a crown of myrtle. Miss Flamm was chic in " an im ported robe of pink charmeuse,' with of overskirt of silver net. Both brides - eye will of - of F. the at the on of J. at - maids carried bouquets of pink carna tions, tied with pink ribbons. St. Paul's Church was lavishly decorated decorated with palms and ferns. More than 600 people witnessed the cere mony. A reception followed at the house which continued in the evening. The home was a bower of beauty, with a profusion of lilies in. every room. Invitations were issued to nearly 400 people for the reception. , The bride's bouquet was taken to the grave of her father, the late Ernst Epp, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ganter will leave on Thursday on a trip to the Xew England England States. Upon their return, they will reside in their newly - furnished home at 1014 Elm street. The bride was a member of Class '10, R. II. S and later was graduated from Stoner's Business College. She had a responsible position with the Neversink National Bank for several years and is at present secretary and treasurer of the Epp Granite Co. She is well known in Catholic circles. Mr. Ganter is associated in the cigar business with his father. Hs is a member of the Knights of Columbus. . The following is a list of guests, in - cjuding visitors from Philadelphia, Lancaster, Boston, New Hampshire and other places: Mr. and Mrs. Krafft, Mr. and Mrs, Shrimer, Mr. and Mrs. Flamm, Mr. and Mrs. Zeutraf, Mr. and Mrs. Zahm, Mr. and Mrs. Konig, Mr. and Mrs. Slessler, Mr. and Mrs. John Reuth, Mrs. Casper Zeutraf, Mrs. Edward Sanders, Mr, and Mrs. Loder, Mr. and Mrs. Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Haines, Misses Heissler, Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Nuebllng, Mr. and Mrs. Heine, Mr. and Mrs. Yeagley, Mr. and Mrs. James O'Rourke, Mr. and Mrs. Wertley, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Mayer, Mr. and Mrs, Strimes, Miss Dwight, Mrs. Michael Zeutraf. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schofer, Mr. and Mrs. Scheirer, Miss Bessie Faslg, Mr. and Mrs. James Gerhard, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stephan, Mr. and Mrs. De - Hart, Miss Theresa Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Hassler, Mr. and Mrs. John Epp, Hugo Epp, John Dlefenbacher, Mrs. John DIefenbacher, Benjamin Sherr, Mr. and Mrs. Schmitt and family, Miss Marie Glee, Louis Kotzen, Mrs. Herbst and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hartgen, Mr. and Mrs. Marsten, Dr. and Mrs. Friesem,. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Humitia, Raymond Ganter. - ' Mrs. Raymond Ganter, Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Gottselig, Mrs. Reimer, Dr. and Mrs. Deverich, Dr. and Mrs. Relgner, MrsJ Aug. Wann, Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry and daughter, Miss Helen iSchinden - beck, Mr. and Mrs. George Speidel, Miss Maggie Shade, Miss Ganster, Miss Marian Levan, Mr, and Mrs. James Kase, Edward McCann, Ella Webber, Mr. and Mrs. Dougherty, Rev. Fahtre McCarty, Aug. L. Ganter, Rev. Father McCarty, Aug. L. Ganter, Monsignor Bornemann, Rev. Charles Bornemann, Rev. Father William Wachter. . Rev. Father Jos. Shade, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ganter, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Benjamin Ganter, Mr. and Mrs, Francis Ganter and 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rehr, Mrs. Theresa Steinel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ganter and family, Mrs. Emma Ganter, Mrs. Waldman, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Waldman and family. Mr. and Mrs, Paul, Waldman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. Lelghtham, Mr. and Mrs. George oanter, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ganter, Mr. and Mrs. Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. El mer Ganter, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ganter, Mrs. Linda Zerba, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ravel, Mr. and Mrs. George Gussman. John Gussman, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lew Rake and family, Mr. iand Mrs. S. T. Schmehl, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Felix, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Reiaimjer and family, Mrs. Deck. 1 ( Mr. and Mrs. Joseph FlattMr. and Mrs. - John Ramsey, Mr and Mrs. J. G. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. P.' H. Hilde - brand, Mr. and Mrs. B. Ott and family, Mr. and Mrs. .E. R. Hemmlgr, Allen Klemmer, Miss Sarah Klemmer, Miss Esther Klemmer, Mr. and Mrs. Heas, Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilly, Miss Margaret Hess, Mrs. Margaret Ganster, Mr, and Mrs. Shleck Mr. and Mrs. Christ. " to The The 'Die i The You You AH Also, An , every and have is in hold on lawn ville

Clipped from Reading Times19 Jun 1913, ThuPage 7

Reading Times (Reading, Pennsylvania)19 Jun 1913, ThuPage 7
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