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Subject: [PACAMBRI] Marriages Sept 11 1908
Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2011 18:45:31 -0500
Cambria Freeman, Ebensburg, Pa.
Friday, September 11, 1908
Volume 42, Number 35
Albert M. Taylor and Mary E. Frost, both of Upland.
Ethan Allen Lowmaster and Jessie Woodside,
both of Garman’s Mills.
Peter Welsh and Mary Amelia Jackson, both of
George R. Fagan of Spangler and Cordelia
Flick of Carroll Township.
Frank Paul and Mary Senlan, both of
Gusty A. Brickner of Gallitzin and Philomena
Bukrop of Allegheny Township.
Charles Thomas and Sadie Wyland, both of Blandburg.
J. Ed McConnell, recently a typo in THE FREEMAN
office and now foreman in the office of the Barnesboro STAR, will be married
September 22nd to Miss Grace Fletcher of No. 4044 Second Avenue, Altoona. The
couple will make their home in Barnesboro.
Conemaugh Man Takes
John P. Farrell
United in Marriage with Miss Katharine Elizabeth Burkhardt of Cambria
On Wednesday morning last at Nuptial Mass in
St. Mary’s German Catholic church, Cambria City, celebrated by Rt. Rev.
Monsignor John Boyle, Vicar General of the Altoona diocese, assisted by the
rector of the parish, Rev. Father John N. Bausch, as deacon; Rev. Father
Mathias Pfeil, assistant rector, as sub-deacon; Rev. Father Garret Walsh of St.
Augustine, a cousin of the groom who was expected to assist having been kept
away by the illness of his mother, John P. Farrell, a successful young
businessman of Conemaugh was united in marriage with Miss Katharine Elizabeth
Burkhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Burkhardt of Broad Street, Sixteenth
The wedding was a most brilliant affair
accompanied by the choicest of music with John Barbonus at the organ. The
attendants were Dr. T. H. Farrell of Pittsburg, a brother of the groom and Miss Clara
Burkhardt, a sister of the bride.
After a sumptuous wedding repast at the home
of the bride’s parents, the newly wedded left on the noon train for a honeymoon trip to the Great lakes, the Thousand Isle and other parts of Canada. On their return, they will go to
housekeeping on Johns
Married at Loretto
William H. McConnell of Cresson and Miss Zita
M. McGuire of Loretto were married at 8 o’clock Tuesday morning in St. Michael’s church,
Loretto, by the Rev. Father Ferdinand Kittell. The young couple was attended by
James B. Gauntner and Miss Rose McGuire, a sister of the bride. Mr. McConnell is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel McConnell, of near Chest Springs, and his bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. George L. McGuire. She is a sister of Attorney W. A. McGuire of Ebensburg. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served
at the home of the bride. A dinner was
served at the home of the bridegroom’s parents. Upon their return from a trip
through the west, Mr. and Mrs. McConnell will reside in Cresson, where the
bridegroom is a carpenter in the car shops.
Carl F. Englehart of Ebensburg, a son of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Englehart and Miss Josephine Bemiss of Grand Rapids, Mich., were married last week at the home of the bride. They are now
enjoying an extensive wedding trip. Mr.
Englehart is chief auditor for the Eyre-Shoemaker Construction Company near
Ridgeway, Elk County, this state.
He stands high in the estimation of his employers and is very popular
among his fellow employees. His bride
was a teacher of art in the High School at Chicago Junction, O.
Friends of Mr. Englehart the day of the
wedding sent his bride a number of messages of congratulations, among them
being the following:
Love him and the
pocket book is yours. R. H. Appleby
Tell Carl he has his
old sweetheart’s blessings. Annie Fetzer
Blessings on the son
of Pennsylvania and fair daughter of Michigan.
J. Harvey McClure
Encourage Carl as a
faith-heart-never won fair maid. Chas.
Tell my dear boy to
do nothing until he consults me. Pop Lawless
He is on his way,
see that papa and mama are ready to receive their so. Joseph Collins.
Come to Empire and I
will teach you to cook to Carl’s taste.
There are rice, old
shoes and mule team waiting for you at Empire. Peter Saylor
Here is hoping you
will be as happy as I am. J. L. Charles
Mr. Englehart is well known in
Ebensburg. He has been connected with
the Eyre-Shoemaker Company for a number of years. His friends here extend their
The approaching wedding of more than usual
interest to Ebensburg people is that of Druggist Harvey Tibbott and Miss Eldora
Humphreys which will take place at noon Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the home of the
bride’s parents, Court Crier and Mrs. E. J. Humphreys of Crawford St. The
ceremony will be performed by the Rev. J. Twyson Jones of the Congregational
church. The young people are well known
not only in Ebensburg but throughout the county. The bride is an exceedingly popular young lady,
while the bridegroom is junior member of the Tibbott Drug Company. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Tibbott
will enjoy a honeymoon trip. Upon their return they will make their home in a
new residence on Horner
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