Clipped From Detroit Free Press
i The marriage, of Miss Edith Kath-erlne Kath-erlne Kath-erlne Harrington, daughter of Mrs. Marie Harrington, and Mr. Charles Gibbs Bird took place at SS. Peter and Paul's Jesuit church yesterday afternoon. afternoon. The altar was decorated with palms and lllie and at half after four o'clock the ceremony was performed by Rev. James D. Foley, S. J. Miss Maud Lewis acted as maid of honor; Miss Grace Walters, Miss Mary Louise Louise White. Miss Elizabeth Bird, Miss Blanche Holton and Miss Ida Fisher as bridesmaids and Mr. H. J. Harrington as best man. The ushers were Mr. Ernest Ridgely, Mr. Robert Lee, Mr. William Traub, Mr. Charles Bray and air. Ralph Jossman, of Clarkston. The bride wore a gown of whii-i whii-i whii-i crepe de chine over taffeta, a tulle veil fastened with a diamond crescent, tli'j gift of the groom, and carried a shower shower bouquet of white roses. She was given away by her uncle, Mr. Alexander Alexander Lewis. The maid of honor won white mousseline de sole, and the bridesmaids white organdy over while silk, with picture hats of white chiitoti. Each carried a shower bouquet of piu sweet peas. After tne ceremony a reception o-i o-i o-i three hundred guests was held at the home of the bride. No. 677 Maybury avenue. Mr. and, Mrs. Bird left at six o'clock for a trip to New York. u:i their return they will take up th-x th-x th-x residence at No. 72 Horton avenu. . where they will be at home after June 15.