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EstherSlater's wedding to BenjaminSumnerWelles of New York was an occasion which will long be remembered in Webster, Mass. Practically all business ... by Momson's orchestra of three prie». Everyone is cordially invited to mask and ladies are requested to make masks to match
Whole Town Turns Out To Celebrate The Occasion
Thitii ... in the town was suspended from early Wednesday forenoon until the middle of the afternoon. The wedding ceremony was quite simple, but the decorative scheme in the little Episcopal church—the Church ... , rector of the church, assisted. The ..."
"...PWfjiyirtUa^onj'k.felled-1� show millions, was. married here this nior ing to B. SumnerWelles, pf Ne>y Work: Miss Slater. is the daughter of Mrs. Mabel Hunt Slater, a society leader. The wedding took place ... Oil1 (Bird.'AV�.) *ise Midway 82 23 24 25 32 38 M ' Slater Heiress Weds. Wehster, Mass., April 14.^-Miss ^ EstherSlater, heiress of the Slater | tjjj Henry'an* OrevfihtorlBt, Mi niiuiniis ... wiib married here this morn.- #4^8 Upper Jones'Street. 999 Militia Call. . ' (,* MBaris 'Phone ajaj-ar "aWrni HEAVY CASUALTIES-iN ' , CARPATHIAN'S FIGHTING' 'AustresUerninn 'ForceB"Are Contesting
Apr 15 1915
Bluefield, West Virginia, United States of America
".... B. SumnerWelles (EstherSlater), whose marriage recently was a notable event, are In New York and have been joined at the Ritz-Carlton by Mrs. Horatio N. Slater and Miss Ray Slater, on their
way ... il! go to Ienox. Mass., in May for the summer.
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Miss Louise Converse of Boston, will be married in that city to Mr. .'nnins Spencer Morgan on June l.. Miss Converse is a daughter of Mr. Frederick ... S. Converse. Mr. Morgan is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. .T. i'ier-pont Morgan.
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The wedding of Miss Lisa C. Suy-dam to Mr. Paul Renshaw will take I'lace at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .John
"...emploves of the Slater Mills on Wed- nesclav following the wedding of Miss EstherSlater, (laughter of Mrs Mabel Hunt Slater to B Sumner "Welles, of New York Tlie wecidlnpr ceremony will be held ... oth- ers Behind the counter she met the young1 real estate agent An ardent courtship folloftetJ and the wedding- took place November 11, 1312 Several months of redded bliss at his parents' home fol ... with any other preacher she happened to know, the newspaper man is a second cousin she said, the bellboy married her maid, which explained whr she was Inti- matelv acquainted with him, and Goodell was Just ... , and then the bazaar was declared open TO FEAST AT ..."
Apr 13 1915
Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America
".... "ANGEL OF MILLS" WBD8, Webster, Mass., Apr, Slater cotton mills hero observed, a part holiday today In honor of tho wedding of Miss EstherSlater and B. SumnerWelles. Tho bride IB a. granddaughter of tho
"...of their Lillian to Mr Kenneth Potter Armstrong of Winter Mr Arm is a member of the engineering staff of the Interstate Commerce Com TAgLE Among the beautiful gifts which Mrs SumnerWellesEstherSlater received ... rtrt will be glvpn fistber aikteJs characteristic charm ana simplicity of demeanor was never more apparent than last Wednes day when she became bride Of Jiri SumnerWelles In the Church ... on the occasion of her marriage the past week at was a massive silver tray that was pre sented by the residents of the East Vil lage in It hardly needs to be said that Mrs Welles prizes the gilt as one ... Welles gift to his ..."
"...Welles, formerly Miss EstherSlater. These paintings were wedding presents to Mrs. Welles, one of them, “Angel With Torch.” from her godfather, George B. Dorr, who gave her in marriage, and the other ... -half the attention. At this location over twenty years.
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MRS. WELLES ... LOANS 2 PAINTINGS TO MUSEUM
Sanitarium in Giving Unconditional Guarantee
Two very interesting paintings by William Morris Hunt have just been lent to the Museum of Fine Arts by Mrs. B. Sumner