Other Articles Clipping from New York Times, Sat, Sep 8, 1906.

Clipped from US, New York, New York, New York Times, September 8, 1906

A DAY'S WEDDINGSADAMS—CUDLIPP.An exceptionally pretty wedding took place at the Rowayton (Conn ) Baptist Church at noon on Thursday, -vhep Miss Grace Wlldemann Cudllpp of Rowayton and Samuel Graham Adams of New York were married by the *Rev. Edwin W. Husted of the First Baptist Church of Tarry town, N. .Y., assisted by the Rev. Edwin W. Brown of Rowayton and the Rev. Robert T. Graham of Elysburg, Penn., uncle of the bridegroom. The maid of honor was Miss Beatrice Mae Adams, sister of the bridegroom, and the six bridesmaids were Miss Kathryn Lillian Callahan, Miss Gertrude Helen Gafdiner, Miss Ella Hilton, Miss Louella Mildred Adams, Miss Mae Jerome Higgins, and Miss Gertrude Merrell.The bridegroom’s best man was William Haven Irvine, and the ushers were Albert Adams, Luther H. Lewis, Thomas C. Buek, Beniamin Milton Knox, Alton Sherwood Keeler, and George Brehm.Mr. Adams is connected with the banking hous3 of Fisk Robinson of NewYork City. ,Miss Cudllpp wore a white lace robe or pjint d’alencon and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the val-1?Mr. and Mrs. Adams will travel through Canada and the Adirondacks, returning about Oct. 15. They will live in Chicago.