Louise Davis m. Hugh Whittaker Dec 1910
Acting Chief Weigher. SOCIAL AFFAIRS. The marriage of Miss Louise Davis, only daughter of the late Nathaniel Henchman Davis and Mrs. Davis, and Mr. Hugh Whlt-taker. eldest son of the late Dr. James T. Whittaker, was celebrated yesterday at 6 o'clock at the home of the bride's mothe on Grsndln road. Owing to the deep mourning of the bride s family the ceremony was very simply cele brated in the presence of the Immediate family. Rev. Samuel Tyler, of the Church of the Advent, of whlchthe bride has been a communicant since childhood, officiating. The bride wore a gown of heaviest white satin, her veil and the. superb rose polnte l upon the bodice having decorated the wedding gowns of both her mother and grandmother. After the ceremony the brlde'a cake was cut and pledged in fine old Madeira, and Mr. ami Mrs. Whittaker left at jOnce on their wedding journey. On their return they will reside for the present with Mrs. Davis, on Grandln road. The relatives present were the bride's aunts. Mrs. S. W. Skinner and Mrs. John Wiggins, of ) Pomfret, Conn., Mr. Samuel Skinner, Miss F.lsle Wiggins. Judge and Mrs. William Worthington. Mr. Ned Worthlngton, Mrs. William P. Anderson. Mr. James Whittaker, the groom's brotHer, Mrs. Jamea T. Whittaker. Miss Virginia Whittaker. Mr. Wallace Whittaker; the groom's aunt, Mrs. j J. V. Gulhrle. and her aister. Mrs. Van liamm Wllshire. Mr. Wllshlre and Dr. and Mrs. Horace Whittaker. A dozen intimate friends of the bride and groom, who were to have been at the bridal table, joined the family to give godspeed j to the happy pair. They were Misses Catherine Anderson, Harriet Anderson. Gladys Ingalls, Mary G roes beck. Jane Bowler. Ju dith Colston. Messrs. James Minor Carl Schmldlapp. William Gilbert. William Hunt. Lincoln Mitchell and Frits rorchheimer.