Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Mosher, Horton Clarence wed to Sylvia Manning 1930

Mosher, Horton Clarence wed to Sylvia Manning 1930

Miss Sylvia Lanning Is Wed
To Horton Clarence Mosher

Popular Cooperstwon Girl is Married to
Cobleskill Man at Family Home of
Bride by Rev. Edward C. Petrie

Cooperstown, July 16---The home of Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lanning at 184 Main street was the scene of a quiet wedding at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, when their daughter, Miss Sylvia Edwards Lanning, became the bride of Horton Clarence Mosher, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mosher, of Cobleskill. The ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. D. Edward C. Petrie of the First Presbyterian church of Cooperstown, took place in the living room before the fireplace, which had been banked with regale lilies and purple Japanese iris. Only members of the immediate family were present.
The bride wore a gown of blue chiffon, and her bouquet was a shower of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Her attendant was Miss Evelyn P. Mosher of Cobleskill, a sister of the bridegroom, who wore white chiffon, and carried sweet peas. Charles W. Lanning Jr., a brother of the bride, acted as the best man.
Immediately following the ceremony, the wedding party motored to Pierson Terrace, where the wedding supper was served. There were twenty-one covers laid at the bride's table, which was most attractively decorated with sweet peas in variegated colors, the center-piece being a two-tier wedding cake surmounted by a miniature bride and bridegroom. During the evening, Mr. and Mrs. Mosher left on a honeymoon trip through the New England states, and upon their return they will be at home to their friends at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mosher, 9 South Washington avenue, Cobleskill.
The bride is one of the most charming and popular of the Cooperstown younger set. She graduated from the Cooperstown High school with the class of 1925, following which she studied public speaking and dramatic art for four years at Syracuse university, graduating in 1929. During the past year she has taught dramatics in the Cobleskill High school, in which position she is continuing next year.
The bridegroom is a popular young man of Cobleskill, where he has always resided. He was graduated from the Cobleskill High school, since which he has followed the profession of electrician in Cobleskill. Both young people have a host of friends who extend best wishes for their future happiness.
Among the out-of-town relatives who attended the wedding were: Mrs. Edward J. Hill of Otisco, Miss Phyllis Lanning of Niagara Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mosher, Miss Evelyn Mosher, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mosher and Stanley Reickard, all of Cobleskill; Mr. and Mrs. Orson Mosher and their two sons, Roland and Donald, of South Kortright; Miss Marguerite Brewer of Hancock.

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