Crowley - Gregory wedding
THE WEDDING of Miss Edith Crowley and Mr. William Hamilton Gregory, Jr., on Thursday evening at St. Bartholomew's Church was a very attractive one. The Rev. Frank Maxwell Townley, D. D., officiated at the ceremony. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Augustin Crowley, wore a becoming ivory satin gown with a bodice of rose point lace and a train of the ivory satin. Her tulle veil was caught to a cap of rose point lace. The veil was trimmed with a band of the lace at the bottom. The bride carried calla lilies. Mrs. Frederick Frederick Ottwell Anderson was Miss Crowley's matron of honor and her bridesmaids were Mrs. Rodney Heuman, Mrs. Andrew Amend, Miss Marjorie Linn, Miss Grace Witzel. Mrs. Anderson's gown was of chartreuse lace and she wore a picture hat of tulle and carried yellow daffodils and iris. The bridesmaids' dresses were of maize color and they wore matching turbans and carried daffodils and iris. The best man was Mr. George Mitchell Gregory, brother brother of the groom, and the ushers, the Messrs. John P. Crowley, brother of the bride, John Williams of Manhattan, Manhattan, Frederick Otwell Anderson, William Kissel, John Quayle, Jr. and Max Huber. The Church was decorated with spring flowers and summer foliage, the reception being held at Leverich Towers. The bride attended the Packer Collegiate Institute and New York University. Mr. Gregory, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hamilton Gregory of 319 St. John's Place and Bay Shore, L. I., attended Adelphi Academy, New York Military School and Trinity College. The bride and groom after a motor trip to Pinehurst, S. C, will have a cottage in the Oconee colony at Bay Shore, L. I. In the fall they will make their home in Brooklyn.