Willock - Off Wedding
Wllloek-Off Weddlaar. The wedding of Miss Helen Willock and Clifford Off. of Peoria, 111., ton Wednesday evening in the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Samuel M. Willock. on South Nefrley avenue, was a most beautifully appointed affair. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ir. William L. McEwan. pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Harry H. Willock. of Oakmont, wore a pown of white satin and embroidered with yoke and bolero of rose point and duchess lace. Her veil was held with orange blossoms and she carried a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley, a diamond pendant and diamond chain, the bridegroom's gift, and was the oirfy jewel worn. Miss Rebe-kali McCutcheon was maid of honor. She wore a gown of white crepe me teor trimmed with sliver, ana earnea MIps Margaret' , Grace Ches-1 nink chrysanthemums T .p. Ilenham. and Miss brouKh. of Toledo. O.. bridesmaids. wore gowns of blue satin with blue chiffon over draperies. They carried yellow chrysanthemums. Miss JJoro-: thy "Willock. another bridesmaid, wore a froek of blue chiffon and carried a basket filled with small yellow chrysanthemums. The best man was Robert Off. of Peoria, and the ushers included a brother of the bride. Dr. J. Scott Willock, Stuart DraTo. Henry J. Dallmeyer, of this city: Walter Crund-In, of St. Louis. Mo.; Charles F. Clement, of Philadelphia, and William Herron. of Peoria. The bridal party was completed by two ribbon bearers, Elizabeth Willock and Samuel Moore Willock, a niece and nephew of the bride, both of whom wore white. Masses of chrysanthemums, with a background of palms and ferns, formed the decorations. Tho table for the bridal party was placed in the den and had covers laid for 16. The centerpiece was white chrysanthemums tied with blue ribbon, and over the table was a shower of white malino and white wedding hells. Mr. and Mrs. Off. who will spend their honeymoon in Europe, will return to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. w ii iocs: They will maka their home In Peoria.