Mary Elizabeth Homan & Douglass Boxall Wedding

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Mary Elizabeth Homan & Douglass Boxall Wedding - SOCIAL AFFAIHS. The- The- znerriag.. of Mas...
SOCIAL AFFAIHS. The- The- znerriag.. of Mas Mary rnisabeth Horn. Ml Mr. tVU. Box.Il. of Umdon. Knd. wl.br.Ud yesterday Wga oo at the pwwy, .f th- th- Chwh th Asimptlon, Rev. Mr. Conway Bd.(. . The brld. i daughter of Mr. J. A. Ho-mn Ho-mn Ho-mn well-known well-known well-known musical critic, and la her-elf her-elf her-elf a musician of verv ..i. Bhe la a sold n.A.t .. . 1 V., " ? .. .' . voiiege oj I siuuieo. 10 Vienna with the "J""'ro erhetixaki. who predicted for her a great career . J,i...., ... rwiUVl. eu Mjwm wno, th proverb says, "laughs at lock smiths, evidently thought the wedding bells mad merrier music. , Mr. Boxall be. longs to aa excellent English family, and Is a pianist of distinction, for several yeara a memoer of the faculty of the Conservatory ot Moalc. After the ceremony the bridal party ad Journed to the Hotel- Hotel- Alms, where a very handsome wedding- wedding- breakfast was served. The long table In tne private dining room Was decorated In rosea and nlnk nmui Inns a ttrnajf .... n wt . . . . uMsaaoniB stretcning 1 rum 1 one end of the table to the other, and silver cmnaeiaora. ahaded by great pink sir. lioman presided at one end of the table and his eldest sister. Mrs. Josenh Kiehaus. at the other. Mr. Bozall and his bride were! of piacea at the center of the right aide. ine Dnae was extremely pretty In a trav- trav- enng gown of Don re silk, with ton and cuffs of ecru lace, and hat decorated with white wings, and very naive and unconven tional. quite like a bride out of a story book. xier very pretty sister. Rose Homan. was maid of honor, and wore a white gown of iace ana mull with a touch of blue in tbe decoration, and a lingerie hat decorated with roses. The bridesmaid was Miss An nle Bjakes, who wore a gown of pale blue embroidered batiste and carried pink roses. ine Dreakrast waa e'aborate and very gay "Quite English, you know." The bride and bridegroom made the tour of the table, pledging each guest in turn. The bridegroom made a clever little speech, which waa received with enthusiasm, and the toasts were many and clever. Mr. and Mrs. Boxall left on the afternoon train for New York and will sail to-morrow to-morrow to-morrow on the St. Paul for London. Where they will be the guests of Mr. Boxall' parents at Dulwlch. amid the Surrey hills, a de lightful suburb of London. They will be In London for the opera season, now in full swing, and will be entertained by a number of distinguished people, among them Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, the great artist: Henry Halliday, Sir Herbert Herbert Thompson, Mrs. Wedgewood. Lady Conway and Mrs. Chambers, sister of Mr. Boxall. and the world's champion tennis player. Mr. .and Mrs. Boxall will spend some time In Paris and on the coast and expect to sail for the States on the Loraine on August '. The guests at the wedding breakfast were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Niehaus. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Homan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Homan, Mr. and Mrs. James Marqua. Master Dominlck and Miss Homan, Miss Bertha Bauer, Mit-s Mit-s Mit-s Wanda Baur, Mr. Schwahel, who was best man: Mr. Bow man. Miss Sykea, Mrs. Devereux. MUs Klefer, of Piqua. and Mr. Bowman, of Los Angeles. on the

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 28 Jun 1907, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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