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Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1915, Fort Wayne, Indiana 6. THE PORT WAYNE SENTINEL. vVednesday, August 4 laio CEL1BEATS SILVER WEDDING FRIDAY. MP KEEPER SKIPS Will STAKES JSich BrowB Flees, Leaving Fourfceeij Players in Police Hands. When Ofiu-ers todfrpy, and Joiuibou ruideil Rich Brown's mbit parlors lor colored men on t' secomi rioor at 1223 Caliiuuu street, at i o'clock .Sunday morning, they found iilteea colored men in the place, butsy aLout u biji trap layout, but they did" isot find the dusky keeuur 01 tiw palr.ee of fortune. Brown saw the bine Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lauer celebrated 25th wedding anniversary at tliclr 306 West Creighton avenue, Fri- )day, July 30. Telegrams of congmtula- ition from relatives mid friends in Pitts- to the happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Lauer. A dinner for the family and visiting guests, and, in the evening, a reception for friends, were the chief features of the day. Miss Gertrude Heir, at the and other cities have contributed piano, furnished gay music for the oc- casion. Guests from out of town were: Mrs. H. HeiT and daughter, of Ty- rone, Pa., Mrs. John Hendricks, of Al- toona, IV; Mrs. I. J. Beckuell and son, Mrs. A. S. Zook and Mrs. Sam Spolm, nil of Goshen; Mrs. Elizabeth Zook and Miss Lucile Yarian, of Nappanee. Emenhiser-Bobilya. f 'A' very pretty "wedding took place on evening at 7 o'clock at the dtome of' Mr..George L. Bobilya, of Hoag- rwheoi his sister, Miss Elsie Bobirjra, became the bride of David A. Emenhiser, a son of (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Emenhiser, who iilivc near Boston, this state. The of- 'ficiating minister was Rev. A. K. Miumma, of Hoagland. The bride plighted her troth with a, ring. As MisB Jean Mumrna played the bridal music from "Lohengrm" tho bridal par- ty entered the parlor. The bride and groom wexe preceded by Miss Inez 'JSandelier, of New Haven, who was bridesmaid, M3ss Ethel Bobilya, of Fort was flower girl, Mr. Clarence Bobilya, of near MonroDville, was the bridegroom'6 attendant. A large num- -fcer of immediate relatives of fche bride and groom witnessed the marriage serv- ice. After the bride and groom had re- ceived the congratulations of their friends the entire bridal party led the wav to the dining room, where a sump- tuous wedding feast had been prepared for them by Mrs. George Bobilya. The bride was attired in a beautiful gown of white silk, chiffon and lace combina- tion. The hride'a bouquet was com- posed of bride roses. The bridesmaid jind flower girl were dressed in white fend their flowers were pink roses. Aft- er partaking of the sumptuous dinner the entire wedding party took passage in automobiles and drove to the home of the groom's parents. There a beau- tiful reception was held for them. The bays of the [neighborhood arrived on the scene and gave the party an old- fashioned serenading. Refreshments were then served. The following day the bride and groom left for a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls. On their icturn Mr. and Mrs. Emenhiser will be- gin housekeeping on a fine farm south of Bronwerville. The wedding guests included Mrs. Eliza Emeahiser and son Ed, Miss Florence Barte, of Warren, 0.; Milton Barte, Rev. A. K. Mmnma and family and G. L. Bobilya and fam- ily; all of Hoagland i J. F. Bobilya, of Vicksburg, Midi.; L. G. Bobilya and family, of Forfc Wayne; Amos and Clarence Bobilya, Inez Bandelier, of New Haven, Miss Hazel Beatty, of near Monroeville. The bride and groom are both young people who stand very high in the communities in which they have lived. They nre a splendid young cou- ple. Many beautiful gifts were pre- sented to them which will he of use in their new home. Miss Alma F. Koch and Ttev. Otto TT. Linnemeier were married on Sunday aft ernoon. at St. Paul's Lutheran church h WILL WED u. S. ARMY ENGINEER IN AUGUST. MISS MART A. RANDALL. One of this city's most charming ol young women who will become a bride in August is Misa Mary Aylene Ran- dall and her marriage to Charles Fran- cis Williams, first lieutenant, corps of engineers, United States army, will take, place on Tuesday evening, August 24. The marriage service of the Epis- copal church will be read by Rev. E. Avcrill, paator of the bride's fam- ily, at 8 o'clock in wedding will be gi homestead, East Berry the bride'a grandfather, evening. in the Randall street, which. built and its capacious rooms will bo lilled with guests from away ami from the city. Unless Uncle Sain find? nee-l ,to soldiers at that time a num- ber of Lieut. Williams' army friumLi will come hern to attend the wedding. The bridal party will not be a particu- larly large one as thp bride has asKefl only her sisters, Misses Virginia ami Phyllis Randall, to attend her. Miss Randall has no end of friends and ad- mirers who have an interest in her wedding and happy future. She is thf eldest daughter of ilr. and Mrs. Alfred Randall. Preblo, by Rev. G. J. F. Koch, father of the bride. Alias Esther Koch, a of the bride, and ilr. Oscar Linuemeier, brother to the groom, were the at- tendants. An iu formal reception was held at the parsonage after the mar- riage service. After August 13 the bride and groom will leave for Speyer, Sask, Canada, where Rev. Linnemeier will be installed as pastor of a Luth- eran congregation on Sunday, August Rev. Linnomeier is a son of Mrs. Henry Linnemeier, of Preble, and a graduate of the Fort Wayne Concordia college and the St. Louis Lutheran sem- inary. He was ordained a Lutheran minister at St. Paul's church, Preble, on Sunday, July 18. the ceremony being conducted by the Rev. Koch. Mr. Emery G- Kiefer, of Toledo, Ohio and Miss Dessie Beery, of Port Wayne were married in Hilladale, Mich.,
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