1933 Wedding of Harriet G Grant and Townsend Allison

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1933 Wedding of Harriet G Grant and Townsend Allison  - at and en- ! entertained and Allison was...
at and en- ! entertained and Allison was Morning Wedding at Trinity Episcopal Church entertained at ^H and and refreshments the A. for at the at by included a A very beautiful wedding occurred at Trinity Episcopal church this morning when Harriet G. Grant, daughter of Mrs. Grace Brooks Grant, was united In marriage with Newman Townsend Allison, of Cincinnati, son of Mvs J. Philip Allison of Buffalo, N. Y. Tlie decorations were elaborate • and employed were quantities ol ! white chrysanthemums placod about the altar, while baskets of bebe mums, in combination with ferns, adorned the chancel. Tne subdued glow of many cathedral candles heightened an effect that I was altogether pleasing. Oeorjc-1 Troutt of Battle Creek and Georue i Kelser of this city, ushered, and I while the guests were assembllTg.} the organist. Miss Ethel Markham, played "Wedding Bells," and "Even Seng," by McFarland. Tlia strains of the Lohengrin wedding march announced »he approach of the bridal party. The bride ar>d her attendant, Mrs. George Kel-1 ser. entered from the chapel uuU) met the groom and his best mini J. Philip Allison, ji., at the alur ' The Rev. James M. Horton, recior of Trinity, read tht marriage service at 11:30 o'clock, employing the j single ring ceremony. The bride was lovely in a prin- qess gown of white satin. A white satin turban tt with short tulle veil completed the costume. She carried a shower bouquet of white' roses and lihes-of-the-valley, bowed with long streamers of white satin ribbon, to which were \<- tached val lilies. The matron of honor was wearing a frock fashioned of pink silk crepe, with turban to match. She carried an arm bouquet of butterfly rosed. Mrs. Grant, mother of the brine, was in bouta green satin crepe with shoulder knot of Joanna Hill roses. Mrs. Allison, mother of the groom, were black transparent velvet with accessories to match. Her flowi-is were a corsage of Dink rosebuds. The organist played the Mendelssohn wedding narch. and th, 1 bridal .party retired from the church and drove to the Chanticleer In Verona Road where a wedding breakfast ' was serwJ. Brass candalabra and bra^s bowls filled with yellow chrysanthemums composed the decorations of the tables on which covers were laid for twenty guests. The bride is a graduate of Mai- shall high school and Baltic Creek college. Sho also attended Rockford college. Since the an- tioimcement of ner engagemeiv and approaching marriage, sh" has been much feted and many beautiful and valuable gifts have been bestowed upon her. Mr. and Mrs. Allison left tin? afternoon on a motor trip to New York and points in Canada. The bride traveled in a becoming bK</.k costume, fashioned of wool and satin. With this war. worn a handsome black coat with hat to match. They will reside in Cincinnati where Mr. Allison, who is a graduate, of Cornell, is manager of the Stouffer restaurants. They will be at home to their friends after December 1st. Guests from .out of town were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Allison, jr., and Burtrom Alllson v uf Buffalo; Mrs. John Weinschank and daughter, Betty. Atlanta, Gu.; Miss Alma Smith, Detroit; Mrs. J. C. Culkins. Albion; Mr. and Mrs. Georye Troutt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mi 1 lard, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald , Nelson Miss Ethel Morrison, Miss Lillian White, Miss Emtr.a Cook, Mrs. Ritchie, Miss Murgaret Ritchie and Harold Flowers, all of Battle Creek. ,

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  1. Marshall Evening Chronicle,
  2. 11 Nov 1933, Sat,
  3. Page 6

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