The home of Mr. and Mrs. Judson Lateer of Germantown was the scene of a pleasing event at 7.30 o’clock last evening, when their daughter, Anna E., was united in marriage to Mr. Ira Herman of this village. Rev. Albert Buck performed the ceremony and Mrs. A.W. Buck very effectively rendered Fort Thomas’ wedding march.
The bride was attired in a beautiful dress of brown cloth, trimmed with pink, and carried a bunch of white roses. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Charles Wright and the best man Mr. Charles Wright, uncle and aunt of the bride.
The groom, Mr. Ira Herman, is a popular employe [sic] of the New York Division of the Erie. The bride, Miss Anna E. Lateer, is a popular young lady of Germantown.
The couple were married with a ring and stood under an arch trimmed with ferns.
The ceremony being performed the relatives and friends, about 20 in number, repaired to the dining room and did ample justice to the bountiful wedding supper which had been prepared for the occasion.
The newly married couple left on a morning train for a trip through the state of New Jersey, going by way of New York city.
Source: Port Jervis Tri States Union, August 19, 1897.