Kaselitz-Van Sickle

Miss Jessie Van Sickle, daughter of Mr. Emmet Van Sickle, and Mr. K. Edwin Kaselitz were united in marriage at the Baptist parsonage last Thursday by the Rev. William E. Foote.  The attendants were Miss Flora Kaselitz, sister of the groom, and Mr. Charles Van Sickle, brother of the bride.

Mr. and Mrs. Kaselitz took Erie train Four for a honeymoon trip of several days to New York City and vicinity, after which they will return to Port Jervis to make their residence in a newly-furnished home at No. 108 Fowler street.

The bride is a young woman of pleasant personality and possesses a cheerful, agreeable disposition that have won for her many friends.  Mr. Kaselitz is a linotype operator for “The New York Farmer” and is an industrious, competent employee.  The friends and fellow employees of Mr. Kaselitz whish for him and his bride a long life of connubial happiness.

Source:  Port Jervis Tri-States Union, October 5, 1905. 


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