Jersey Journal/1921/Schultz - Thompson

Schultz - Thompson  (1921) 

Schultz - Thompson. Miss Clara H. Schultz, niece of Mr. and Mrs. E. Schneider of 2728 Boulevard, and Mr. Edward A. Thompson of 3160 Boulevard, were married Sunday, February 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the Bergen Reformed Church by Reverend Willard P. Soper. The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle Mr. Emil Schneider, wore a gown of white charmeuse trimmed with lace and net, she had a bridal veil, and carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies-of-the-valley. The bridesmaids Miss Helen Bundy and Miss Sigrid Anderson were gowned alike in pink taffeta and lace, with hats in match, and they carried arm bouquets of pink carnations. Mrs. E. Schneider, aunt of the bride, who was matron of honor, wore blue satin with a tunic of lace, and hat to match, she carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Miss Alice Schneider was flower girl, she wore a dress of pink taffeta and lace, and carried a basket of white carnations and lilies-of-the-valley. Mr. John B. Thompson was best man. Mr. Carl C. Kantor and Mr. James Petersen ushers, and Mr. Emil Schneider were all in full dress. A reception and supper was held for fifty guests at Hotel Carell. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson of Hoboken, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. H. Englemann of New York City, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Seidermann of Brooklyn, Captain and Mrs. G. W. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. J. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. A. Winblad of New York, Mr. and Mrs. T. McCarthy of Rosedale, Long Island, Miss Alice Schneider, Miss Sigrid Anderson, Miss Helen Hundy, Miss Edna Schneider, Miss Dorothy Peters, Miss Lena Anderson, Miss Bertha Lynch, Misses Ethel and Alice Engelmann, Mr. John Thompson, Mr. Carl Kantor, Mr. James Peterson, Mr. George Hendrikson, Mr. Eugene Feder, Mr. Dewey Lattin, Mr. Otto Winblad, Mr. Theodore Schneider, Mr. Toney Wilhelm, Mr. Ben Lynch, Jr., Mr. Eddie Schneider, Jr., and Mr. Edwin Thompson, Jr.

Clara Helene Schultz (1895-1973) wedding in the Jersey Journal of Jersey City, New Jersey on February 24, 1921.png

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