Brother Gesu To Speak at St. James' Church
Rt. Rev. David Lincoln FERRIS, bishop
coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York, will
celebrate communion at St. James Episcopal Church this morning
at 9 o'clock. Brother GESU of North Collins, member of a
monastic order, who has a large Italian following, will deliver
a sermon in Italian.
Arthur J. STENERI, Saranac Lake; and Florence E. GALE, 42 Harlem
Albert H. REICHER, Cleveland, Ohio; and Eva GORDON, 107 Kelly
Charles LOMONACO, 226 Whitney Street; and Josephine CROPO, 24
Theodore H. KUEHNE, Jr., 15 Spencer Road, Irondequoit; and
Jennie M. LENNHOUTS, 476 Melville Street.
Sydney E. ROSENBERG, 255 Pullman Avenue; and Viola M. PRIBUS, 30
Chester JONES, 40 Croydon Road; and Josephine HELMICH, 270
Lyons, Jan. 5 - The Empire Gas & Electric Company has
announced a new rate for lighting. The rate has been approved by
the Public Service Commission and has become effective. The new
rate is optional with the present domestic lighting rate and is
4 cents per killowatt hour plus $2 per month with a minimum
charge of $2 per month. Under the optional feature of this rate
the minimum length of contract is one year.
The sum of money given to COLUMBUS by Queen
ISABELLA is estimated in our money to be about $7,500, the cost
of the discovery of America.
JEWISH EDUCATOR WILL LECTURE AT J. Y. M. A.
(photo of Mordecai M. Kaplan)
Prof. Mordecai of New York will speak on
"The Test of Jewish Loyalty" at the Jewish Young men's
Association Building Tuesday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Professor KAPLAN, who was educated at the
College of the City of New York, Columbia University, and the
Jewish Theological Seminary of America, is principal of the
Jewish Teachers' Institute of New York, professor of homiletics
at the Seminary, member of the American Jewish Committee,
chairman of the national administrative committee of the Zionist
Organization of America, and treasurer of the New York Bureau of
Jewish Education. He promulgated the reconstruction of the
Synagogue into the Jewish Center and helped to establish, and
headed, the first institute in America by that name. In 1922, he
founded the Society for the advancement of Judaism, and has been
its leader since its inception. The purpose of the society is to
interpret Judaism as a modern religious civilization.
Syracuse, Jan. 5 - Funeral services for George BAUSCH of this
city, father of Carl L. BAUSCH of Rochester were conducted here
today at 2 p.m. at the home, 400 Walnut Place.
Mr. BAUSCH, who died Thursday after an
illness of several months, came to Rochester in 1871 with his
parents. His father was a brother of the late John J. BAUSCH,
founder of the Bausch & Lomb Optical Company.
He came to Syracuse after working in the
microscopical department of the Bausch & Lomb Company for
several years and founded the first optical company of this
Mrs. Fannie E. HOYT died Friday in this city, aged 49 years. She
leaves her husband, Oscar S. HOYT; four sons, Floyd L. PHILIP,
Oscar and Kenneth HOYT, and six daughters, the Misses Winifred,
Bernice, Dorothea, Ruth and Doris HOYT and Mrs. Raymond
Elizabeth ARNOLD, formerly of Honeoye Falls, died Friday at the
Presbyterian Home in Thurston Road, aged 65 years.
Christian NEIDHARDT of 119 Portland Avenue died yesterday in
this city. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Ella NEIDHARDT; two sons,
Benjamin N. and Charles C. NEIDHARDT, and two grandchildren.
Henry SMITH of 485 Tremont Street died yesterday in this city.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lillian SMITH. He was a member of Sons
of St. George, Foresters and St. Andrew's Brotherhood.
William JOHNSON of 51 Gardiner Park died yesterday in this city.
He leaves his wife, Libbie A. JOHNSON.
Joseph P. GIROUX of 119 Bidwell Terrace died Friday in this
city, aged 68 years. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Celia GIROUX;
three sons, Joseph A., William P., and Cyril F. GIROUX; three
daughters, Mrs. Louis SLATER, Mrs. James McKENNA and Miss M.
Marie GIROUX; two sisters, and a brother in Quebec.
Mrs. Dorothy Louise WATERHOUSE of 415 Magnolia Street died
yesterday in this city. She leaves her husband, Robert W.
WATERHOUSE; a son, Lorance WATERHOUSE of Denver, Col.; a sister,
Mrs. Elizabeth STALLMAN, and two grandchildren.
Mrs. Bertha MEYERS of 15 Baden Street died Thursday in this
city. She leaves her husband, William MEYERS; four daughters,
Mrs. Peter GOOSEN, Mrs. Fred ISENMAN, Mrs. Leo KOWALSKI, and
Miss Margie MEYERS, and two sons, John and Edward MEYERS.
Mrs. Cecelia MAIER of 164 Bernard Street died Friday in this
city, aged 86 years. She leaves four daughters, Mrs. Frank HAUS,
the Misses Catherine and Celia MAIER and Mrs. Bertram GILBERT; a
son, Joseph F. MAIER, and five grandchildren.
Joseph KOWALSKI of 1041 Hudson Avenue died yesterday in the
Rochester General Hospital, aged 71 years. He leaves three sons,
Joseph, James, and Stanley KOWALSKI; five daughters, Mrs. A.
MIHALOWSKI, Mrs. M. KWIATKOWSKI, Sister M. COSMAS of the Order
of St. Joseph, Mrs. R. C. CHIEBOWSKI, and Mrs. T. KERECKI, and
Mrs. Margaret RUBADOU HILL died yesterday in Syracuse. She
leaves her husband, Ray G. HILL, a daughter, Miss Irma HILL; her
mother, Mrs. Margaret RUBADOU; a sister, Mrs. Alma MEYER; two
brothers, George RUBADOU of Tecumseh, Mich., and William RUBADOU
Mrs. Elizabeth F. BRACONIER of 378 Ridgeway Avenue died Friday
in this city, aged 79 years. She leaves four daughters, Mrs. F.
H. HILLYARD of Irondequoit, Mrs. Cora MacDONALD, Miss Eva
BRACONIER, and Mrs. Emma MacDONALD of this city; three sons,
Edward BRACONIER of Buffalo; William H. BRACONIER of Nevada, and
Clarence A. BRACONIER of Detroit, and a sister, Mrs. Mary FOSTER
Mrs. Jacob KOERNER died yesterday in this city, aged 91 years.
She leaves a brother, John C. BAUMER; two sisters, Mrs.
Katherine NOTHAKER and Miss Clara BAUMER, and a foster son,
Edward F. PILLOW.
Michael H. FLAHERTY of 129 High Street died yesterday in this
city. He leaves a sister, Mrs. Patrick O'MALLEY; four brothers,
Stephen FLAHERTY of this city, James FLAHERTY of Hamlin, John
FLAHERTY of Minneapolis and Thomas FLAHERTY of Canada.
Mrs. Hazel NERI of 49 Herman Street died Friday in this city.
She leaves her husband, Joseph NERI; three sons, Arcangelo,
Joseph and Dominick NERI; her father, Peter HART, of Ontario;
three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle JOHNS and Mrs. Mark AUSTIN of this
city and Mrs. Claude PELTON of Ontario, and a brother, William
HART, of this city.
Salamanca, Jan. 5 - The following officers of Salamanca Chapter,
R. A. M., have been installed: High priest, Fred C. PIFER; king,
Mahlon J. KELLAN; scribe, John SPENCER; treasurer, W. K.
HARRISON; secretary, Henry C. WHITLOCK; captain of the host,
Thomas B. PIFER; principal sojourner, Gilbert BUCKLEY; royal
arch captain, Clarence N. FRANK; master of the third veil, Leon
F. CARR; master of the second veil, Ralph P. HARKER; master of
the first veil, Milo P. BANTON; organist, Guy H. PARKHILL;
sentinel, Maurice STEVENS.
The ninth annual reunion and banquet of U. S. Base Hospital 19,
will take place at Powers Hotel Saturday evening Jan 19.
Reservations can be made by writing the secretary, 208 Goodwill
Street, or calling Glenwood 5520-W.
Charlie HAWKINS, as chairman of the
entertainment committee, has promised an entertaining program.
Dr. A. D. KAISER, a member of the association, will show the
movies of his recent African hunting trip.
Officers are: President, Dr. A. P. REED;
vice-president, Dr. C. l. HINCHER; secretary, W. J. RYAN;
treasurer, F. C. HUCK.
Your Canine With Genealogy May Be Mut, Dog Body Warns
Warning against many persons in Rochester who are dishonestly
advertising pedigreed puppies has been issued by the Rochester
Dog Protective Association through its secretary, Miss Mary
"Several cases have been reported to us
recently" Miss FOUBISTER stated "of dogs purchased as
pure-bred, which in fact cannot be registered. It has been
customary for the purchaser to give the fee for the registration
paper which was to be sent to him later. After repeated delays
he has learned that he has a 'mutt' on his hands. Usually he has
not cared to bring the case into court, and there has been no
way of discrediting the practice.
The Rochester Dog Protective Association does
not seek to advertise any kennels or dog breeders, but is glad
to furnish the names of reputable persons on receipt of inquiry.
Those who are not members of the association are welcome to make
use of this service.
Miss FOUBISTER states that there are still
available a few holiday tags with the verses of a humorous turn
depicting canine joys and woes. These may be secured at the
Association office in the Terminal Building.
ARNOLD - Last evening at the Presbyterian Home, Thurston Road,
Elizabeth ARNOLD, aged 65 years, formerly of Honeoye Falls, N.
-Funeral Monday, at 10 a.m. from the home. Interment at
BRACONIER - Entered into eternal rest, Friday evening, Jan. 4,
1929, Mrs. Elizabeth F. BRACONIER, age 79 years. She leaves to
mourn her loss, four daughters, Mrs. L. HILLYARD, of
Irondequoit, N. Y., Mrs. Cora MacDONALD, Miss Eva BRACONIER
and Mrs. Emma MacDONALD of this city and three sons, Edward J.
BRACONIER of Buffalo, N. Y., William H. of Nevada, and
Clarence A. of Detroit, Mich., and one sister, Mrs. Mary
FOSTER of Palmyra, N. Y.
-Funeral private, Monday morning, Jan. 7, at 10"30
o'clock, from the family home, 378 Ridgeway Avenue. The Rev.
Wm. Long DOWLER, officiating. Interment in Lyons, N. Y. Please
CANAVAN - Sister M. Philip CANAVAN died Friday afternoon, Jan.
4, 1929, at the Nazareth Normal Convent, East Avenue.
-Funeral Monday morning at 9 o'clock, at the Nazareth Normal
Convent Chapel. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
CARPENTER - Louise HUSS CARPENTER, wife of Clayton CARPENTER
of Rush, N. Y., died suddenly Friday morning, Jan. 4, 1929, at
the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore HUSS, 1043
Joseph Avenue, aged 31 years. She is survived by her husband;
one son, Edward; her parents; four sisters, Irene HUSS, Mrs.
A. ACKERMAN, Mrs. Harold BERTRAM and Mrs. Bert LONG, and five
brothers, Louis, Joseph, Charles, George and Willard HUSS.
-Funeral Tuesday at 8:45 o'clock from the residence and at 9
o'clock at Perpetual Help Church.
DORN - Entered into rest on Friday, Jan. 4, 1929, Frederick C.
DORN, aged 30 years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie
DORN; one daughter, Shirley Jeanette DORN; his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles F. DORN, and one brother, Ernest H. DORN.
-Funeral services will be held from his home, 93 Delamaine
Drive on Monday afternoon, Jan. 7, at 2 o'clock. Burial will
be made in Riverside Cemetery.
FERGE - Entered into rest suddenly Friday morning, Jan. 4,
1929, at his home, 621 Clinton Avenue North, George E. FERGE,
in his 35th year. He is survived by his wife, Florence, and
daughter, Madelin one sister, Mrs. Earl SMITH, and two
brothers, Carl FERGE of El Sento, Calif., and Roy FERGE, of
Honolulu. He was a member of the 310th Infantry, World War
-Funeral Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, from the house, 621
FLAHERTY - Michael H. FLAHERTY passed away, suddenly, at the
home of his brother, Stephen J. FLAHERTY, 129 High St.,
Saturday evening, Jan. 5, 1929. He is survived by one sister,
Mrs. Patrick O'MALLEY of Rochester; four brothers, Stephen of
Rochester, James of Hamlin, N. Y., John of Minneapolis and
Thomas of Canada; also four nieces and four nephews.
-Notice of funeral will appear later.
KOWALSKI - Entered into rest at the General Hospital Saturday,
Jan. 5, 1929, Joseph KOWALSKI, aged 71 years. He is survived
by his widow, Mrs. M. KOWALSKI; three sons, Joseph, James and
Stanley KOWALSKI; five daughters, Mrs. A. MIHALOWSKI, Mrs. M.
KWIATKOWSKI, Sister M. COSMAS, order of St. Joseph, Mrs. R.
CHIEBOWSKI and Mrs. T. KERECKI; 21 grandchildren.
-Funeral services from the residence, 1041 Hudson Avenue,
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 1929, at 8:30 o'clock, and 9 o'clock at St.
Stanislaus Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
GIROUX - Joseph P. GIROUX, suddenly Friday evening, at his
home, 119 Bidwell Terrace, aged 68 years. He leaves his wife,
Mrs. Celia GIROUX; three sons, Joseph A., William P., and
Cyril F.; three daughters, Mrs. Louis SLATER, M. Marie, Mrs.
James McKENNA; two sisters, and one brother, of Quebec.
-Funeral services at the residence, Tuesday afternoon, at 2:30
o'clock. Interment at Riverside Cemetery.
HOYT - In this city, Jan. 4, 1929, Fannie E., wife of Oscar S.
HOYT, aged 49 years. She is survived by her husband, four
sons, Floyd L., Phillip, Oscar, Kenneth, and six daughters
Winifred, Bernice, Dorothea, Ruth, Doris HOYT and Mrs. Raymond
-Funeral from the family residence, 18 Thorn Street, Monday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Riverside Cemetery.
HILL - In Syracuse, N. Y., on Jan. 4, 1929, Margaret RUBADOU,
wife of Ray G. HILL. She leaves, besides her husband, one
daughter, Irma; her mother, Mrs. Margaret RUBADOU; one sister,
Mrs. Alma MEYER; two brothers, George RUBADOU of Tecumseh,
Mich., and William RUBADOU of Rochester.
-Funeral will be held from the home of her sister, Mrs. Alma
MEYER, 477 Glenwood Avenue, on Tuesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Burial in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
IRELAND - Entered into rest at the Episcopal Church Home, 509
Mt. Hope Avenue, Friday, Jan. 4, 1929, Mary Adeline IRELAND,
formerly of Lyons, N. Y.
-Funeral services at the home, Monday morning, Jan. 7, 1929,
at 10 o'clock. Interment in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
JOHNSON - Entered into rest Saturday, Jan. 5, William M.
JOHNSON. He is survived by his widow, Libbie A. JOHNSON.
-Funeral from his home, 51 Gardiner Park, Tuesday, Jan. 8, at
10 a.m. Interment at Batavia. Batavia papers please copy.
Please omit flowers.
KLICK - Entered into rest on Friday morning at her late home,
21 Barons Street, Wilhelmina KLICK, aged 74 years. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Fred VELTE and Mrs. Charles SEEGLER; two
sons, William, of this city, and John KLICK, of East
Rochester; also seven grandchildren. She was a member of
German American Ladies' society.
-Funeral services will be held on Monday afternoon, at 2
o'clock, at her late home. Interment at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Rev. Dr. Carl N. CONRAD will officiate.
KOERNER - Elizabeth, widow of Jacob KOERNER <snip>
didn't get the rest
NELSON - In this city, on Friday Jan. 4, 1929, Augustine E.
NELSON, of 153 Comfort Street. He is survived by his wife,
Lillian G. NELSON. He was a member of Genesee Falls Lodge 507,
F. & A. M., Hamilton Chapter 62, Royal Arch Masons; a life
member of Monroe Commandery 12, Knights Templar, Rochester
Consistory, A. A. S. R., and Damascus Temple, A. A. O. N. M.
-Funeral from the chapel of Ingmire & Thompson Co., 137
Chestnut Street, corner of Court Street, on Monday afternoon,
at 3 o'clock. In charge of Genesee Falls Lodge F. & A. M.
Interment at Riverside Cemetery.
PAINE - In this city, Saturday, Jan. 5, 1929, Mary LAY PAINE,
in her 49th year. She is survived by her husband, Herbert J.
PAINE; her mother, Mrs. Puella F. LAY, both of Rochester.
-Services from the home, 80 Clay Avenue, Tuesday, Jan. 8,
1929, at 2 p.m. Interment in Riverside Cemetery.
SHELLY - Entered into rest at the residence, 59 Earl Street,
Thursday evening, Jan. 3, 1929, Ralph E. SHELLY, aged 55
years. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Minnie GILDER
SHELLEY; one daughter, Harriet L. SHELLEY; his father, George
W. SHELLEY of Albion, and a brother, Gordon W. SHELLEY of
Waterport. Deceased was past councilor of Flower City Council,
203, United Commercial Travelers; past president of United
Benefit Association, 1; past president of Rochester Commercial
Travelers' Mutual Benefit Association; member of Ancient Craft
Lodge, F. & A. M.; Hamilton Chapter, 62, R. A. M.; Monroe
Commandery, 12, K. T., and Floral Lodge, 281, I. O. O. F.
-Funeral services at the residence, Monday, Jan. 7, 1929, at
1:30 p.m. In charge of Monroe Commandery, K. T. Burial at Mt.
STEVENSON - Lois Jane STEVENSON, aged 8 months, daughter of
George and Catherine SHORT STEVENSON, entered into rest,
Friday, Jan. 4, 1929, at the home, 201 Marion Street. Besides
her parents, she leaves a sister, Margaret, and a brother,
Robert. Funeral will take place Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock
from the home and 10 o'clock at St. John's Evangelist Church.
Interment will be made in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
SMITH - Henry SMITH died at his home, 485 Tremont Street, Jan.
5, 1929. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Lillian SMITH. He was a
member of Sons of St. George, Independent Order of Foresters
and St. Andrew's Brotherhood.
-Funeral from the residence, at 3 o'clock, Monday afternoon.
Interment at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
SULLIVAN - In this city Wednesday, Jan. 2, 1929, Julia
SULLIVAN, aged 33(?) years. Deceased is survived by three
daughters, Mrs. John DALY, and Mrs. John GOGGINS of Rochester
and Mrs. William R. WALSH, of Portland, Ore.; three sons,
Edward F. of Lawrence, Kas.; John G. and William D. of
-Funeral from the residence of Mrs. John DALY, 1196 Main
Street East, at 8:30 o'clock. Tuesday morning and 9 o'clock at
Corpus Christi Church. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
WALSH - Patrick WALSH died at his home on the Rebman Road,
Brockport, Thursday morning, age 76 years. He leaves his wife,
Anna COONEY WALSH, three sons, Edward P., William J. of
Brockport; John D. of Rochester; three daughters, Mrs. Henry
MONNETT, Mrs. F. J. KERN, Mrs. Leo J. FLEMING; nine
grandchildren, one great-grandchild, all of Rochester; also
three brothers and three sisters of Grafton, Canada.
-Funeral from the late home Monday morning at 9 o'clock; at
the Church of the Nativity, Brockport, at 9:30. Burial in Mt.
WATERHOUSE - Entered into rest, at her home, 415 Magnolia
Street, Saturday, Jan. 5, 1929, Dorthay Louise WATERHOUSE,
wife of Robert W. WATERHOUSE, and mother of Lorance WATERHOUSE
of Denver, Col., and sister of Elizabeth STALLMAN, and two
grandchildren, Robert and Louise.
-Funeral service at the home, 415 Magnolia Street, Tuesday
afternoon, Jan. 8, 1929 at 2:30 o'clock. Interment in the
family lot in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
ALLEN - In loving memory of my dear mother, Susan E. ALLEN,
who passed away Jan. 6, 1910
You are gone dear mother, but your loving
face and memory still lingers in our hearts.
Daughter, Mrs. Lulu TITTER
Husband, George P. ALLEN
KEELE - In loving memory of my little boy, John KEELE, aged
16, who passed away Jan. 7, 1927.
Sadly missed by all who knew and loved him.
RADTKE - In sad and loving memory of my dear beloved mother,
Mrs. Theresa RADTKE, who passed away January 6, 1918.
Sleep on dear mother of mine and take thy
In Jesus arms forever blest.
Sadly missed by daughter, Mrs. H. B. FOX.
RADTKE - In loving memory of our beloved mother, Theresa
RADTKE, who passed away Jan. 6, 1918.
Just a thought of sweet remembrance.
Just a memory fond and true.
Just a token of affection.
And a heartache still for you.
Daughters and Sons.
SCHULZ - In loving memory of Fred G. SCHULZ who passed away
January 4, 1916. Gone but not forgotten.
Wife and Son.
ORNST - In loving memory of my dear husband, Charles H. ORNST,
who died Jan. 5, 1928.
In my lonely hours of thinking,
Thoughts of you are ever near;
We who loved you sadly miss you,
As it dawns another year.
AMMERING - With loving thoughts of my boy, Clarence F.
AMMERING, who left me one year ago.
Just a token of affection,
And a heartache still for you.
AMMERING - In memory everlasting of our dear old pal, Clarence
F. AMMERING, who went away one year ago, Sleep on Old Pal
until we meet again.
Maude and John.
VELZING -- EAGAN
The marriage of Miss Margaret Mary EAGAN, daughter of Mrs.
Margaret EAGAN, and Carl VELZING, son of Mr. and Mrs. T.
VELZING, took place on Thursday, December 27, at the rectory
of St. John the Evangelist Church. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. John B. SULLIVAN.
The bride wore brown transparent velvet,
with a gold metallic hat. She carried yellow tea roses. Miss
Agnes EAGAN, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore
blue transparent velvet and carried pink roses. The
bridesmaid, Miss Katherine VELZING, sister of the bridegroom,
wore fuchsia transparent velvet and carried pink roses. Arthur
EAGAN was best man and Elmer DeHOLLANDER was the usher.
Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner
was served to 75 guests at the Blarney Stone Inn.
Prenuptial events were given by Miss
Bernice NAAS, Miss Louise HENNER, Mrs. Joseph COLLINS, Miss
Mildred ELDREDGE, Miss Katherine VELZING, Mrs. Sidney JONGEDYK,
Misses Marcella and Colletta KUNZ, Miss Hilda KEATING, Mrs.
Joseph STRICKLAND and the Misses Agnes and Ruth EAGAN.
Mr. and Mrs. VELZING will live in New York
GLENN -- HERRICK
The marriage of Miss Bernice HERRICK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. M. HERRICK of Pioneer Street and George Alexander GLENN,
son of Mrs. Ellen GLENN of Aurora Street, took place on
Saturday, Dec. 29, at 5:30 o'clock at the home of the
officiating clergyman, the Rev. George MIDDLETON.
The bride wore gray georgette and an
orchid hat. She carried a bouquet of bride roses and heather.
Miss Ethel HERRICK, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and
wore green georgette, with hat to match, and a shoulder
bouquet of sweetheart roses and lilies of the valley. Harold
NICHOLS was best man.
Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner
was served to the immediate relatives at West Manor.
Prenuptial events were given by Mrs. Leslie
SHEARER, Miss Ruth SHEARER, Mrs. Burr NICKASON, Mrs. George
COOK, Miss Doris ABRAMS and Mrs. Lyell CASSIN.
Mr. and Mrs. GLENN will live at 1450 Winton
Road after Jan. 1.
SHAY -- OSTERMAN
The marriage of Miss Jule OSTERMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. OSTERMAN of Jersey Street, and Harry D. SHAY of Olean,
took place on Monday, Dec. 31, in St. John the Evangelist
Church. The Rev. John B. SULLIVAN performed the ceremony.
The bride wore amethyst-colored transparent
velvet, with a silver hat, and carried orchid sweet peas and
lilies of the valley. Miss Ceil OSTERMAN, sister of the bride,
was bridemaid and wore cinnamon-colored transparent velvet,
with a gold metallic hat. She carried yellow roses and
babybreath. The best man was James OSTERMAN, brother of the
After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was
served at the Sagamore. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel SHAY, Miss Anna PRIEST of Olean, Miss Marie SAVAGE of
After an Eastern trip, Mr. and Mrs. SHAY
will live in Olean.
SIEBER -- SCHULTZ
The marriage of Miss Lydia M. SCHULTZ, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank G. SCHULTZ of Ridgewood Drive, and Carlton J.
SIEBER, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. SIEBER of East Orange,
N. J., took place on Wednesday evening, Nov. 28, at 7:30
o'clock, at the home of Dr. and Mrs. George M. GORDON. Dr.
GORDON of the Brick Presbyterian Church in East Orange
performed the ceremony, assisted by the Rev. A. S. ZIMMERMAN.
The attendants were Mrs. G. Elbert DUNN
Jr., and William J. ROTH.
Following the ceremony, a reception took
place, after which the couple left for this city, where they
were entertained at a wedding dinner at the bride's home.
Prenuptial events were given by the bride's
mother, by Miss Ethel ROBINSON, Miss Irene HEMMING, Mrs. G. E.
DUNN Jr., the girls of New Jersey Council of Religious
Education, the Brick Church Guild of East Orange, and the
girls of the Young Women's Class of the Brick Presbyterian
Church of Rochester.
After Jan. 1, Mr. and Mrs. SIEBER will live
at 548 South Clinton Street, East Orange, N. J.
Mrs. SIEBER is at present church assistant
in the Brick Presbyterian Church in East Orange.
BANGS -- FOWLER
The marriage of Miss Anita M. FOWLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick H. FOWLER of Garson Avenue, to Gordon L. BANGS of
Churchville, took place on Saturday, Dec. 29, at the home of
the bride's parents. The ceremony was performed by Dr. Clinton
WUNDER, pastor of the Baptist Temple. The double ring service
was used. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Harriet WARDER sang
"I Love You Truly," and Mrs. William A. CLARK sang
"Oh Promise Me," while the bridal party stood before
an alter softly lighted with candles, and banked with palms,
evergreen and holly.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her
father, wore a gown of white transparent velvet, trimmed with
rhinestones and caught with orange blossoms. Her vail of tulle
and Spanish lace was made in Spanish coronet style and
embroidered in pearls and rhinestones. She carried a shower
bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of
honor, Miss Alvina E. FOWLER, sister of the bride, wore a gown
of pale green lace and georgette, draped with rose tulle, and
carried pink butterfly roses. The bridesmaids, Miss Harriet M.
BANKS, sister of the bridegroom and Miss Kathryn MILLER, wore
gowns of pale green and rose georgette of similar design, and
carried pink butterfly roses. Eunice ADAMS of Adams Basin,
cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl. She wore a dress of
white silk crepe and satin, and carried a basket of white
narcissi, and scattered pink rose leaves in the path of the
bride. Densmore FOWLER, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer,
and wore a suit of black velvet with a white satin
blouse, and carried a white satin pillow, on which rested the
William H. BANGS, brother of the
bridegroom, was best man.
Out-of-town guests included the following:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest STETNER, Mrs.
Stella BANGS, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur KENYON and Mr. and Mrs.
Flagg SMITH, all of Spencerport; Mr. and Mrs. William VOORHEIS,
Mr. and Mrs. James VOORHEIS, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph SAGE,
all of Churchville; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ADAMS of Adams Basin;
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. MORSE of Cleveland; and Milton K. PAINE
of Ludlow, Mass.
Prenuptial events included an aluminum
shower given by the Friday Night Club; a bridge party by Mrs.
Walter E. PAINE; variety showers given by the Alumnae Club,
Miss Beulah SUTER, Mrs. Alton FRASCH and Miss Kathryn C.
MORSE; and a dinner at the Princeton Tea Room, followed
by a Theater party, given by Mrs. B. D. MORSE of Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. BANGS left for Washington, D.
c., and will be at home after Jan. 15, at 151 Alpah Street.
DENTINGER -- McMAHON
The marriage of Miss Ann L. McMAHON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John McMAHON of Arnett Boulevard, to Joseph J. DENTINGER, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George DENTINGER of Frost Avenue, took place
Nov. 29, in Immaculate Conception Church. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. L. SMITH.
The bride wore a gown of white satin, with
a lace veil caught with orange blossoms, and carried a bouquet
of bridal roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor,
Miss Edan J. HOGAN, wore independence blue, with velvet hat to
match and carried pink butterfly roses and lilies of the valley.
Victor DENTINGER acted as best man, and the
ushers were Charles ZIMBER and Bernard McDONALD.
Prenuptial events included variety showers
given by Loretta, Florence and Edna HOGAN; kitchen shower by
Mrs. T. WILEY; variety shower by Mrs. G. DENTINGER, Mrs. John
WAHL, Katherine WIHER, Edna HOGAN.
Mr. and Mrs. DENTINGER are at home at 154