Marriage of Helen Doris Geddes/James Palmer Andrews Sept 5, 1931

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mony were attractively decorated with palms and cut floweri. The bridal party was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Montgomery, mother of the bride, who was gowned in blue lace with hat and slippers to match and a corsage bouquet of roses, and by Mrs. Van Wickler, mother of the bridegroom, who was attired In black lace with corsage bouquet of roses. The bride is well known In this city where she graduated from the local schools. She .taught for three years In New York state and until last June was a teacher in the Houghton school kindergarten in this city. The i fra'ternity. bridegroom Is an engineer and Is con-1 After an unannounced honeymoon mlngji of eggshell latin and accessories to match, assisted In receiving. The bride it well known In this city among 4he younger set and she was honored with several pre-nup- tlal parties by htr many friends. She has been employed as stenographer for the James Hunter Machine company, and Is a graduate of Driiry high school. Til* bridegroom Is a graduate of the Queenstor. (Ontario) high school and of a. business college and Is superintendent of the H. W. Clark Biscuit company's plant in this; city. He is a member of the Masonic trip Mr. and Mrs. Andrews will be at home to their friends in a newly furnished home at 513 Church street. nected with the MacWilllams Construction compapy of New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Van Wickler left during the early evening for a wedding ._ , . trip to an untold destination. Th»' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Watt nf North bride's travelling costume was ofJAblngton, Mr. and Mrs. s Claude Among the out of town guests were brown trimmed with eggshell satin and with accessories to harmonize. Mr. and Mrs. Van Wickler v/ill be at home after October 1st at Bayshore, L. I. Guests were present at the wed- from Beaton, New York city, «™ tf™.^™^™- «* ampton, Scotia, N. Y., Ashburnham, Young of Foxboro, Mr. and Mrs.; A. R. Petrle and Mrs. George Petrie of Providence, R. I., Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Webster'of Wllliamsville, N. Y., Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ka- nehle and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Saw-1 yer of Providence, R.' I., Mr. and Mrs. John Storm of Buffalo, N. Y., Edward Gerster and Miss Lillian . .... Hughes of Providence, R. I., John Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Brentwood,, L. j Watt, Harry H. Watt and Mrs. Eliza-! L, and Plttsfield. Andre wi-Ged des Miss Helen Doris Geddes, daughter of Mrs. Margaret J. Geddes of 06 Bracewell avenue, and James Palmer Andrews, of 387 State street, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William G. Andrews of Queenston, Ont., were united in marriage at an impressive ceremony on Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the First Congregational party entered the church to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march played by the organist, Mrs. W. W. Rock. The bride was escorted by her brother, William A. Geddes df this city, who gave her in marriage. She was attended by her cousin, Miss Isabel A. Watt of Boston as maid of honor, and the church. The bridal bridegroom was attended by an inti- mate friend, August J, Siebert of Utica, N. Y. The ushers were Harry H. Watt of Hoc^ac Tunnel, a cousin of the bride, and Charles D. Webster of Willia'msville, N. Y,.. a cousin of the bridegroom. The church chan- ... _.. Edward Gerster and Miss Lillian beth Miller of Hoosac Tunnel, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watt of Bennington,! Vt., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Newman of Pittsfleld, Miss Isabel Watt of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson nf Albany, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Omar Ferguson of Albany, N. Y. Dunn-Hillard Miss Mary Cecelia Hillard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hillard of 70 Holden street, and Clarence Joseph Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunn of 225 River street, were mar-| ried yesterday morning at 7 o'clock in St. Francis church by Rev. Dr. E. P. Dunphy. Miss Ruth Dunn, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and John Cummlngs was best man. The wedding marches were played by Miss Eleanor Corsiglia, who also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. .Philip Cahill, who sang "O Salutarit' Hos- tia" and "Ave Maria." The bride was attractively gowned in brown transparent velvet with hat of lace and she carried an arm bouquet of Killarney roses. The maid of eel was beautifully decorated with I honor was attired in blue transparent palms, gladioli and tall lighted tapers, I velvet with hat of the Eugenie period and the pulpit was banked with palms, making a beautiful setting in harmony with the lovely gowns of bride, the attendants and guests, The bride was charming in an 1m- gown of, heavy white satin with Jacquette of real lace. Her veil which extended 'in long folds to the floor, was made with Juliet cap /of Chantilly lace with tiny wreath of or- and she carried Butterfly roses. A wedding breakfast was served to the.bridal'party at the bride's home! . immediately after the ceremony and a reception followed which was attended by the following out-of-town ' guests: Joseph Dunn of Poughke'ep- sie, N. Y., Mr. and; Mrs. Martin Ry- an of Poughkeepsie, N.. Y., Mr. and, Mrs. Edward Doland of Pittsfleld, Mr. ange blossoms. , She ' wore white I and Mrs. Thomajs Doland of Pitts- moire slippers with silver trimmings! field, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and she carried a bride's bouquet | Dwyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Dowd, and of white roses and lilies Lf the val-1 Mr. and Mrs.. William Ryaji and Miss! ley. Miss Watti the maid of honor,! Nora Conners of Pittsfleld/' | was attractive in a g.own of orehlcl.i . The bride is a graduate of the local chiffon with-nile green hat, and cor-1 schools and .has been teaching at responding accessories, and her bouquet was of Johanna Hill roses. Immediately'after'• the ceremony Grade 6 in Haskins .school. . The bridegroom is employed as .yardmas- ter at the Boston and Albany rail- immeumbKiy aiier '• Lne ceremony .ier at, me isosion ana Aioany ran-; the bridal party and guests motored I road .-and is* a member of the North to Williams Inn, where a reception Brotherhood. was held. The bride'r,mother, Mrs. Margaret Geddes; who was gowned in black transparent velvet with trim-! ington, D. .0.,""and Richmond, Va., Adams lodge of Elks and.the Railroad! After a ihoneymoon tr!p c tp Wash-

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  1. The North Adams Transcript,
  2. 08 Sep 1931, Tue,
  3. Page 9

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