Moore-Graham

The Greenwich News

SUMMER RESIDENTS IN LARGE NUMBERS ATTEND SOCIETY AFFAIR

The wedding of Miss Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Graham of New York and Belle Haven, and Eugene Maxwell Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Moore, which occurred at the First Presbyterian church last Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock, was one beautiful in its simplicity and was attended by several hundred friends.  Rev. Frank M. Carson, pastor of the church, officiated.

The bride was charmingly attired in a gown of white satin with tulle veil and a garland of orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of sweet elysiums.  Miss Mildred Eddy of Morristown, N.J. was maid of honor, and the bride's sister, Mrs. George B. Carhart, matron of honor.  Each was gowned in green and lavendar, and wore a white leghorn hat trimmed with black velvet ribbons and pink rose buds.  Their bouquets were of moss roses.

The bridesmaids were Miss Josephine Green, Miss Ethel Carhart, Miss Anna Gaston of Philadelphia and Miss Ruth Wills.  Their gowns were of lavendar and each carried roses.

John Green was best man and the ushers were Howard Baker, John Graham, Lawrence Cornwall, Howard Bourne and Herbert Lester.

The Misses Edith Wills and Mary Chester, attired in white and wearing white leghorn hats, each with a basket full of roses, were flower girls.

The floral decorations at the church were beautifully arranged, being of white marguerites, palms and hydrangeas.  At the home of the bride's parents, "Otter Rocks", where a reception followed to about 250 guests, the floral decorations were of Dorothy Perkins pink rambler roses, various colored hydrangeas, palms and ferns.  The Conreid orchestra provided music for the reception.

Mr. and Mrs. Moore will spend their honeymoon abroad, having sailed Wednesday on the Lusitania.  Mrs. Moore is one of the survivors of the Titanic disaster.

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