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saw-giant w The Rogers-Phillips Rogers-Phillips Rogers-Phillips bridal was altogether altogether among the most charming affairs of the week. It was solemnized in the Phillips home, 70 Eighth avenue, the residence residence for some years of Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Phillips, but for the past year or so closed. This Park Slope residence residence was reopened for the wedding of this bride. Miss Grace Phillips is one ot the younger of the six daughters. She was wedded to Gajdner Rogers, son ot Mrs. T. L. Rogers, of Brookline, Mass. Her brother, John Frank Phillips, the family's present head, gave her away. Five o'clock was the wedding hour. The Rev. Herbert Welch, president of Wes-lyan Wes-lyan Wes-lyan University, of Ohio, officiated. A reception followed between 5:30 and 7. The drawing rooms of the house were in white and greon, palms and oak leaves representing the greenery. The floral adorning was extremely attractive. A large wedding party, prominent in which were four small pages, added much to the occasion. In full, this bridal train comprised: Maid of honor, Miss Clara Hunt Phillips; bridesmaids, Miss Bertha Phillips, Miss Carrie Niekerson Rogers, of Hrooklvn; Miss Marion Reilly, of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, and Miss Hooper Jones, of Boston; Boston; best man, Howard Lewis Rogers, of Brookline; ushers, Henry Cobb Niekerson Niekerson Alexander Henderson and Robert L. She'well, of Boston; Charles Wetmore Kellogg, jr., ot El Paso, Texas; Thomas Irving Taylor, of Chicago, and Marey U' Sperry, of Minneapolis, Minn; pages, the small nephews of the bride, sons of her sister Mrs. Elihu Russell Houghton, of Manhattan Seymour Phillips Houghton, Russell Le Roux Houghton and Augustus Sherrtll Houghton and Lansing C. Hold-cn, Hold-cn, Hold-cn, jr., also of Manhattan. The pages were in white and headed the wedding party through the drawing rooms. Miss Clara Phillips, as maid of honor, wore- wore- pink Liberty satin and Valenciennes net, carrying lilies of the valley and pink sweet peas. The bridesmaids made a most attractive picture. Wreaths of white were in their hair, and they carried roses and white sweet peas. These bridesmaids' gowns were Empire in fashion, of white point d'esprlt over Liberty satin. Miss Phillips' wedding frock was of white Liberty satin. It, too, was fashioned fashioned In the Empire mode. This gown had a yoke and bertha of Valenciennes lace, and with it Miss Philips carried white orchids and lilies of the valley. as lawyers-to-be. a of be in

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  1. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
  2. 08 Jun 1906, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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