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 - Many'Weddings for T^ast Day of fflVS TAKEN IN...
Many'Weddings for T^ast Day of fflVS TAKEN IN averal Events of Social Prom- inence, Whije Others Are More Qui-et in Nature Today--the. last day of June--is .marked by m a n y weddinss of social Interest in this city. A m o n g them being several church ceremonies, while others will be quiet home affairs. affairs. DUCAN--BURROUGHS The wedding of Miss Ethel Charity Burroughs of t h e . A l e d a Apartments, to Fred Taylor Dugan, of 224 North Warren Street, which was w i t - nessed by the immediate families only .took place this morning at 11:30 'o'clock, in their -newly furnished ;home, 77 South Hermitage Avenue. The Rev. Z. Taylor Dupran o f - R e d 'Bank, father of the bridegroom, performed performed the ceremony. t The bride, who was given In marriage by h»r brother, Harry F. 'Burroughs of Boston, was attired in a - gown of Imported crepe, trimmed with Tare old Spanish lace, whic-Ji is an -heirloom in Miss Burroughs' family. She wore" no veil. Her .bouquet was of white, roses. . t u a ' ' Miss Edna V. Tilton was the : bridesmaid and wore a frock of i" white silk voffe trimmed with'shadow .'lace. She carried pink roses. Charles H. Dugan of South River, who Is the -.'·bridegroom's brother,- was the best -man. '··' After the wedding, a*r,eakfast was -served, by Hildebrecht. . JThe young couple will spend tne Uminnier in the Pocono Mountains, and wlifrbe at home to their friends after September 1. Miss Burroughs Is a graduate 01 tne 'Trenton High School and State Nor,mal Nor,mal School, and has been teaching In · : tKe Trenton Junction Public School- 'since her graduation. Mr. Dugan -is employed at the State Capitol,_havlng '.been connected for several years with of Adjutant-General "W. F. Sadler, Jr. t · * BLACKMAN--JACKSON 'The- wedding of Miss Ann Nesbitt 'jaokson and Counselor William S'Ellhu Black-man, which took place- today at noon, was one of the most picturesque of the: June season. The ceremony was performed in the Prospect Street Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Francis Palmer. The bride, who was given in mar- ^ rlage by her mother, · Mrs- Robert Jackson, was handsomely attired in. a ""gown of Duchess satin, with a court ',r±raln and a bodice of point lace. Her tuHe veil was draped with pearls and .she v carried a shower bouquet of ptoride roses and lillies of the valley, 'lhe bride was attended by Mrs. C. rBarle 'Pitman, as matron of honor, Tand Miss, Rhoda Jackson, a sister of Tthe,bride.'- Miss' Lillian Young-of the ence Road, Miss Elsie Saunders an Miss'Anna Beuchert'of Wash- FRED, T. DUGAN. MISS ETHEL C. BURROUGHS. gowned in gray crepe meteor, trimmed trimmed with point Venice lace. Upon their return from a wedding trip, the bridal pair will reside at Dean Avenue. . .' ; Miss Miss Jackson is well known: has been a teacher at. the Joseph Wood School. Counselor Blackman is-regarded as one -of the fo'rem-ost' o f - t h e younger members of Jersey bar DOUGLASS--HEN DRICKSON One of the most ' : simple and yet most effective weddings of today that, ' o f - Miss Bllsaibeth. Reift drickson, daughter of the late Benjamin Benjamin 'F. .and. Anna Mary .'Brooke Hendrickson " and Charles Dai is Douglass, son of Harry A. and Adelaide Davis Douglass. The marriage was solemnied at U o'clock this meriting- in Trinity Episcopal Church by the Rev. Hamilton Schuyler, -was witnessed by only th.e immediate immediate families. , , The bride, who was given in marriage by- John-H, J Scudder, her guardian guardian and .trustee for many years, very charming in a gown of. hea\

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 30 Jun 1915, Wed,
  3. Page 3

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