Nanna Davenport Wedding

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Nanna Davenport Wedding - iiSocial and Personal; r* Ixive is a remedy,...
iiSocial and Personal; r* Ixive is a remedy, Love is a cure. Love will forevor and ever endure; Lov els a luLi..m. Lov- la a balm, Love Is the soul of Deity's calm; Ixv» Is a longing. Love 1§ a prayer, Uove li fulfillment beyondvcompare; - I.ove Is our ilvinit, L«v« is our breath. Love Is the power that vanquishes Uove Is our Heaven, Ixve Is our God, ^ovs » ;h« patu tiio A.ijc'm hava troa; Love was the First, and the Last will Love Is ideal Reality. ' --Selected. The San Antonla Kxnr«nM nf Thiii contains »n elaborate account of the marriage of Miss Nana Davenport to Wallace Ho|ooinbe Newton, which was solemnised -Wednesday ut St. Marks Episcopal Church. Excerpts read: The wedding procession, which was :ed by Miss KMa Kampmann, one of five quaintly gowned bridesmaids. Following Following M!«» Kampmann «-.TMr iiss other maida, Miss juiia Armstrong, 'Miss Aileen Aileen Austin, Miss Helen Bonney andMIsi Rebecca Terry of Oalveston, all walking walking iilone to the soft measure of the wedding chorus, untie MISS Frances F. Venable bore the wedding ring on a white satin pillow, and the next member of the_proceislqn was the maid of honor, Misa -Florence KarriH of Viaiveston. The last to enter was the bride, on the of her uncle, J.ohn W. Harris of Galveston. Galveston. She was met at the altar by the groom and his best man, Jesse Newton, and the rites were consummated by Mercer u. Johnston HIIU iiev. ^ieorge Bcliey. The bride was gowned in Ivory-white satin, empire model, with bodice of point lace and Queen Louise bag embroidered embroidered In lilies of the valley and pearls suspended from ths high -nralst line by a silk and pearl rope. She the convention trnln and full-length tulle veil, and carried an arm shower white orchids set In llllss of the valley. Her only ornament was a Tlftany pearl necklace, the gift of her' .aunt, Mrs. George Seellgson of Galveston. procession was formed of the bridal of white and the brilliant red of American American beauty roses. Miss Harris, maid of honor, wore a redfern gown of white lace over white satin, with a cluster American beauties, and the bridesmaids were daintily arrayed in white chiffon, with crush gii-dies of American beauty satin and tulle toques, caught up with American cocKaSea. --rhe"nitiiui§ also curried curried American beauties. ·Sir. .arid Mr*. .Jfliiff W Harris, Harris, .Mr. J.ohn W. Harris Jr. and Rebecca Terry returned Thursday. Mrs. wmis and Miss F.lfllle -Willis, who are the guests of Mr». Maxey In San Ah- tonio, attended, the wedding, and are continuing their visit In the Alamo 1 " j

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 20 Jan 1911, Fri,
  3. Page 14

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