H. even a are to for MISS BANKS CHARMING BRIDE OF JOHN PETTIGREW Itt-v. st^plii ii Fi-.1l Sherman Olliciato*, at Home Wedding. A (.harming ^ \ c d d m ? look' Saturday afternoon at 6 o'clock at the home nf '! Â·*. P i ' n u c l Fuirlleld avenue, when M i s K a t h l e e n .. 1,1 m a n Banks the bride of J o h n 1'ottigrew, Mrs. David rettigrew of ns3 Park avenue. Rev. Stephen Fish Sherman Sherman of St. John's Episcopal c h performed the ceremony. Miss Nellie Banks, sister of the bride maid of honor, and Oliver H u n was best man. Jean M a r r and Sarah Royd were flower pirls The bride wore w h i t e trimmed with white c h a n t i l and a veil of nut edged with elmii- tilly. Her boquet was a shower boquet of roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Nellie wore coral charmeuse, t r i m m e d with t silver and oarriprl an arm boquet white chrysanthemums. Miss Mnrr u n d Miss. Boyd wore white organdie frocks and carried large baskets of flowers- Following the ceremony a reception reception was held for the immediate families and intimate friends, and Mr. and Mrs. rettigrew left for T wedding trip the destination of which has been kept a secret. Upon Upon their return they will make home at 10S2 Fairfield avenue.