Clipped From The Fort Wayne News
Mrs. Sut- Lillian family Studyvin-Tait. Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tait, on Maumee avenue, was the scene of a pretty wedding Wednesday .fternoon at half after 1 o'clock, when their only daughter, Miss Blossom Sarah, became the bride of Mr. H. Studyvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studyvin, of Toledo, O. Rev. A. Folsom, pastor of Plymouth Congre- Â·ational church, was the officiating Clergyman. Miss Abigail Hoffman, of Monroe, Mich., who was the bride's jnly attendant, was becomingly gowned gowned in yellow French taffeta and car- Â·ied Aaron Ward roses. The bride ooked as sweet and girlish as she n her simple gown of white crepe neteor, fashioned with short full skirt and trimmed with rich laces. She led a shower bouquet of roses and ilies of the valley. The groom's Brother, Mr. Ralph Studyvin of In- ianapolis, was best man. The rooms vere a veritable bower of pink fflad- oli, asters and roses, and the tables aid for the wedding dinner were rustically decorated in pink and vhite. Later in the afternoon Mr. and Irs. Studyvin left for Detroit, from vhere they will take, a boat trip to lackinac Island and other northern oints. Upon their return to Toledo hey will reside in their own newly furnished home on West Bancroft street. The groom is manager and owner of a laundry in that city. of-town guests, in addition to those above mentioned, who were here to attend the --odding were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studyvin, of Toledo, and Mrs. August Menxel, of Monroe, Mich.