Clipped From The Indianapolis News
Humes-AIIIson. Humes-AIIIson. Humes-AIIIson. The home of Mr. and Mrs. "W. D. AJll son. In Park avenue, was the scene of a very pretty wedding last evening and a large number of relatives and friends from thl and other) cities were present to witness the ceremony. The bride wa. Miss DJla Allison and the bridegroom Dr. Charles Dolph Humes. The Rev. V. C Ballard, of the Memorial Presbyterian church, officiated. The long drawing-room drawing-room drawing-room was deccrated with palms that hid the mantel and formed a background for the bridal purty. Amid the green were yellow and white chrysanthemum, thoee being the colors and flower, that characterized characterized the wedding. A harpist and violinist played the wedding march from "Lohengrin" as the bridal party passed down the vine-clad vine-clad vine-clad staircase and entered the parlors between the ribbon that formed the aisle, which were carried by Ben Humes, of RusbvWe, and Miss Ruth Allison, a sister of the bride. The ushers ushers were C. W. Allison and Prank ; A. Preston. Next in the bridal procession was' Miss LJsette Krauss. the maid of honor, and then the bride's sister, Mrs. Krank A. Preston, the matron of honor, both of whom walked alone. The bride was accompanied by her father, who gave her away. They were met by Dr. Humes and his best man, Cornelius O'Brien, of Lawrenceburg. As the service was read the musicians played a melody .oftly. The bride wore a dainty gown of white meeeallne With princess laxe. she wore her sistere wedding wedding veil, and carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley. Mrs. Preston wore her witdiiliir s-own s-own s-own of white llbertv satin and taoe and M'.ss Krauss wore yellow m ee sa il rve and. - both carried arm bouquet, of chrysanthemums. Miss Ruth Allison wore a gown of white net over white silk. Mr. and Mrs. Allison and the bridal party were assisted during the evening by Mrs. S. O. Dungan, Mrs. R. W. Fvraoa, Mrs. Dot Lee. Mrs. P. P. McCrea, Miss Mabel Ayres, Mrs. Mary . BockhorX. Miss Kilna Randall. Miss Beats Brown. Miss Prances Stoltx. of Ottumwa, la.: Miss Anne Rvan. of Streator, 111., and Mis. Grace Miller, of Chicago. Among the guest, were Mrs. JCvelvn Allison of Charleston, ni.. the grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Melissa Marden of Charleston. III.; Mies Dels Gilchrba of Hamilton. O.. and Mrs. Mary Keilough of Chicago Dr. and Mrs. Humes have gone on a wedding trip, and on their return they will go to housekeeping at 1705 Sterling street.