Miss Forster Wed To Joseph English
Young Couple Speak Vows In Morning Ceremony at St. Andrew's Church
Miss Camille Forster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad C. Forster, 221 North Woodbridge Street, and Joseph R. English, son of Mrs. Mary English of Mt. Pleasant, exchanged marriage vows Tuesday morning in a ceremony at St. Andrew's church. Rev. Fr. Timothy Kroboth celebrated the nuptial high mass before 100 persons.
The bride wore a long gown of white satin and a bridal veil. She carried Johanna Hill roses and white baby chrysanthemums in a shower bouquet. Miss Frances Forster, her sister and attendant, wore a pink satin gown and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and baby asters.
Charles English of Mt. Pleasant brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A breakfast for the immediate families was served at the home of the bride's parents.
Reception Is Held.
A reception was held in the afternoon for friends and relatives. Pink roses, baby asters and chrysanthemums were used for decorations. After a short motor trip through northern Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. English will live at 710 South College Street, Mt. Pleasant.
Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Killorn and Mrs. And Mrs. Thomas J. Sowle of Grand Rapids, Miss Ruth Feinberg and Mr. and Mrs. John Forster of Detroit, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Prestin Mayhew, and Phillip Kane of Mt. Pleasant, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Whitby of Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Forster and children, Warren and Ann of Bad Axe and Mrs. Mary Wedding of Pontiac.
A boudoir shower by Mrs. George C. Forster, a miscellaneous shower by Mrs. Esley D. Horgan, a linen shower by Miss Eunice Draves and a crystal shower by Miss Francis Gilles entertained the bride-elect.
Saginaw Daily News - November 1, 1934 Part 1 Page 9