Janoschek/Luffy

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Janoschek/Luffy - TWO SISTERS ATTEND SUZANNE YANOSCHEK Mansfield...
TWO SISTERS ATTEND SUZANNE YANOSCHEK Mansfield Girl Becomes Bride of Anton Reiser In Formal Service Performed At St. Peter's Catholic Church. A !COTTER marriage of Saturday was that of Miss Suzanne " Yanoschek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Yanoschek, 292 Third avenue, and Anton Reiser, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Reiser, R. D. 2. The ceremony was read by Rev. M. A. Vogel at 8 a. m. before the altar of St. Peter's Catholic church. Raymond Baum played the nuptial mass music. Miss Yanoschek came up the-- the-- the-- aisle on the arm of her father at- at- ried semi-colonial semi-colonial semi-colonial bouquets of tired in a starched marquisette roses and larkspur. gown made with a full skirt and Nick Loris was best man, and Robert Horvath served as train. Chantilly lace trimmed the groomsman, while Carl Stehle neckline and waist of the pure and Matthias Fisher semed as white gowa. With this the bride ushers. carried a bouquet of white roses, gardenias and lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley made in the semi-colonial semi-colonial semi-colonial style. Her circular virgin veil was attached attached to a headpiece of pearls. The bride's two sisters, Miss Catherine and Miss Elizabeth, served as maid of honor and bride's maid, respectively. The maid of honor was attired In a blue starched marquisette gown made with a squared neckline, drindl skirt and puffed sleeves. The edge of the skirt was trimmed with deep flounces of Chantilly lace which matched that used on the bride's gown. Miss Elizabeth was attired in a gown of pink made exactly like the maid of hono(s. hono(s. Both wore slippers in a contrasting contrasting shade, and small flower bats with long ribbon streamers and bows In the back. They car-, car-, car-, At noon a wedding dinner was served to 50 friends and relatives at the Sons of Herman hall. A three tiered wedding cake was ti-itel ti-itel ti-itel as the decoration of the la-He. la-He. la-He. Later the couple left for a week's wedding trip to Washington. Washington. D. C., and New York City. riey will be at home on R. D. 2 after July 1. The bride, who has been employed employed at the Westinghouse Electric Electric and Manufacturing company, attended St. Peter's school, while Mr. Reiser, who also works at Westinghouse, attended the Madison Madison high school. Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steven Yanoschek, Mr. and Mrs. George Luffy, St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carriene, and Mrs. Mary Shampier, Detroit, Mich. TAD 1 s llansfic Fc A E NOT s 4 Yanc 2.92 Thin Anton R ' M. A. Vo church. Miss Ya aisle on tt tired in gown mad train. Ch recieline a white gow carried a gardenias made in Her circul tatted to i The bril Catherine served as bride's m maid of t blue stare made will drindl ski! The edge o with deep lace which the bride's was attirei made exact o(s. Both treating st bats with aid bows I ......... TWO SISTERS ATTEND SUZANNE YANOSCHEK 1 Mansfield Girl Becomes Bride of Anton Reiser In Formal Service Performed At St. Peter's 11- 11- Yanoschek, daughter of M 1'. and Mrs. John Yanoschek, l ' 29'2 Third avenue, and Anton Reiser, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Reiser, R. D. 2. The ceremony was read by Rev. 1 ' II. A. Vogel at 8 a. tn. before the altar of St, Peter's Catholic I church. Raymond Baum played the nuptial mass music. ,, Miss Yanoschek caille up the aisle on the arm of her father at- at- ried semi-colonial semi-colonial semi-colonial bouquets of tired in a starched marquisette roses and larkspur. gtraiown made wi hantilly th a lace full skirt and Nick Loris was best man, and , Robert llorvath 5 e r v e d as n. C trimmed the ehle neckline and waist of the pure groomsman, while Carl St , and M m Matthias Fisher seed as white gowa. SVith this the bride ushers. carried a bouquet of white roses, At noon a wedding dinner was gardenias and lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley lilies-of-the-valley served to 50 friends and relatives m ade in the sern lim -colonial -colonial style. at the Sons of eran hall. A Iter circular virgin veil was at- at- three tiered wedding cake was tached to a headpiece of pearl d s. ust as the decoration of the Ia- Ia- The bride's two sisters, Atiss ble. Later the couple left for a Catherine and Aliss Elizabeth, woek's wedding trip to Washing- Washing- served as maid of honor and ton. D. C., and New York C ('ivy. bride's maid, respe r D respectively. The ley will be at home on R. . 2 nlaid of honor was attired in a aft2r July 1. Flue starched marquisette gown The bride, who has been em- em- made with a squared neckline, ployed at the Westinghouse Elc- Elc- drindl skirt and puffed sleeves. tric and Manufacturing company, The edge of the skirt was trimmed attended St. Pet er's school, while with deep flounces of Chantilly Mr. Reiser, who also works at lace which matched that used on 1Vestinghouse, attend,sel the Madi- Madi- the bride's gown. Aliss Elizabeth son high school. was attired in a gown of pink Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town Out-of-town guests were Mr. made exactly like the maid of hon. and Mrs. Steven Yanoschek, Mr. os. Both wore slip in a con- con- and Gorge L pers Mrs. Luffy, St. Louis, trasting shade, and small floer Mn., NIr. and irs. Ilnry Carrien w I Aee, f, bats with long ribbon streamers and AIrs. Mary Shampier, Detroit, ',i, id bows in the back. They car- car- Mich. , a 1 . ,

Clipped from News-Journal24 Jun 1940, MonPage 6

News-Journal (Mansfield, Ohio)24 Jun 1940, MonPage 6
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