Helen Greenizen of "Greenwood" Petrolia Marries

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Helen Greenizen of "Greenwood" Petrolia Marries - . - Helen Greenizen Becomes Bride OfDetrohet...
. - Helen Greenizen Becomes Bride OfDetrohet Ceremony Performed Saturda. at St. Pauls Church in Petrolia, Ont. OF INTEREST to society i m, Border Cities wna th. of Miss Helen Margaret Greeniz'ea daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greenizen, of "Greenwood," Petroli. to Charles Errol Exley, of Detroit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thor-old Thor-old Thor-old Exley, of Trinidad, British W.st Indies, which took place yesterday afternoon in St. Paul's United church, Petrolia. The wedding ceremony was performed at t o'clock, with Reverend T. A. Lant pastor of the church, officiating For the occasion, the church was beautifully decorated with profu. sions of smllax and evergreen, and varl-colored varl-colored varl-colored spring flowers in tall standards added further adornment i no euro!. jiewB were marked off with white satin and tulle ribbon combined with pink tulips. ' Miss Greenizen was a charmini bride in her gown of creamy point. d'Alencon lace, which was fashioned on princess lines. The skirt of lac extended into, a long train, falling gracefully from the waistline, and the skirt, which was shorter in front, was edged with tulle a Stuart cap of the same points d'Alencon lace, edged with orane blossoms, held the long double tulle veil In place, the white extending over the pink. The bride wore sliij pers of white satin buckled in brilliants brilliants and she carried an exqu;?its ouuiguei ot orcnius ana lilies of tin valley. Mr. Greenizen gave hit daughter In marriage. Mrs. George Tucker, of Hibbinr Minnesota, a cousin of the bride, assisted assisted as matron of honor. Mr Tucker's gown was of daffodil yellow yellow chiffon, the tiered skirt of which cascaded much longer in the back. Crushed satin of a deep shads of yellow formed the girdle and loopi of the same lovely satin extended to the hemline of the skirt. Her hat of horsehair braid and her slippers of satin were of a corresponding hue and her arm bouquet of iris and Pernet roses blended In with her costume. The bridesmaids were Miss Isabel Egan, of Petrolia; Miss Florence Robinson, of Walkervllle; Mm Mary O'Brien, of Detroit, and Miss Alma Nichols, of Windsor, who all wore gowns of a similar design In different colors. The dresses were all made of chiffon with extremely full circular skirts, which wers ankle length. The newer trend in evening gowns was exemplified in the peplums, and on ether side of the back were graceful loops of th taffeta, which fell to the bottom of the skirts. The gowns were made sleeveless with a V-neckllne V-neckllne V-neckllne and the peplum was marked in the renter renter of the waistline with a crystal ornament. All the bridesmaids Wort hats of horsehair braid and satin slippers to match their gowns and they carried large rolonlal bouquets. bouquets. Miss Egan wore shell pink, Miss O'Brien wore chartreius green. Miss Robinson wore turquoise turquoise blue and Miss Nichols wai In orchid. The flower girl was little Miss Evelyn Shaughnessy, of Petrolia, Petrolia, and the page was Frederick Fitzgerald, of Detroit. Assisting Mr. Exley as best man was Mr. Charles Perry, of Detroit. The guests were ushered to their seats by Dr. George Saunders, Dr. Robert Schench, Mr. Patrick Nert-ney Nert-ney Nert-ney and Mr. Howard Hobart, all of Detroit. A large reception took place at "Greenwood" for 200 guests following following the ceremony, and in the eve-ning eve-ning eve-ning a dance was given. Mri. Greenizen received the guests wear ing a lovely gown of beige lac combined with chiffon in the iam shade. Mr. and Mrs. Exley departed on a wedding trip to New York, whence they will sail to Trinidad to visit Mr. Exley's parents. For traveling, Mrs. Exley was attired In a smart ensemble of blue tweed and hat of blue felt wth matching accessories. I

Clipped from Detroit Free Press20 Jan 1929, SunPage 52

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)20 Jan 1929, SunPage 52
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