Passenger Lists Clipping from Boston Sunday Post, Sun, Jun 4, 1916.

Clipped from US, Massachusetts, Boston, Boston Sunday Post, June 4, 1916

Brookline Eligible to Be'SIBenedict Next Saturday• I have still another weeding—this time a most interesting one—to add to the June list. The groor.i-elect is Mr. Charles B. Whitney, a son of Mrs. Charles L. B. Whitney of Gardner road. Brookline, and his fiancee, whom T hear lie met in the sum y South, is Miss- Elizabeth Waring of Bedford Hills. The bridal is to be a comparatively small affair, at the home of the j bride's father, owing to family mourning for the late Mfs. Waring, whose j death occurred some two years ago. Mr. Whitney, as you doubtless know, i the brother of Mr. Byam Whitney, who married Madeleine Brewer ofMilton several years since.Mr. Byam Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. Eliot Lawrence (Mary Whitney) | of Framingham, and Mrs. Charles L. B. Whitney, together with Miss Barbara Horton, are included in the family party who are going to the wedding, j Miss Horton, a cousin of the groom and daughter of Mrs. David K. Horton • of Tappair street, is to be of the bridesmaids, serving with the two. sisters i of the bride-elect. Mr. Whitney gave his farewell bachelor dinner at the; Harvard Club Saturday evening a week ago. The young people have arranged an ideal honeymoon, much of their time to be spent in yachting, and thev will be in New Haven over the Harvard-Yale races. In addition. Mr. Whitney and his bride are to be entertained by relatives in this vicinity. In the autumn they will make their home in Beaufort, S. C., where Mr. Whitneyhas , a large plantation*. t _■ . --V- —V 1^. ™ +a ] amliartm lk fT 1^irnif-h nf th** ut Vnrk t»li