Clipped From The Brooklyn Daily Eagle
OWE N STORM . A very pretty home wedding was that of Miss Laurentine Storm, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Storm of Brooklyn, to Mr. George Brassett Owen of the same city, this afternoon, at 17 Lafayette avenue. Artistic decorations were everywhere. Palms, potted plants and roses were in profusion, many portions of the house being hidden by huge banks of flowers. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Louis Albert Banks, the vows being exchanged beneath a beautiful floral bower erected in the front parlor. The bride wore a handsome traveling costume consisting of a changeable tan colored blue cheviot skirt with a coat of the same material, ornamented with white satin and lace trimmings. She carried a large bunch of .bridal roses. A reception followed, the friends of the bride and groom extending their hearty congratulations. After the wedding collation the bridal party left for an extended tour of the New England states and Canada - Only members of the two families and a few friends were present at the wedding. Among those invited were: Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Owen, Miss Alice Owen. Arthur Owen. Mrs. S. London Alvord, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harndun, Master Frank Harnden. Miss Emma M. Storm, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ester - brook, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Esterbrook, Miss Eleanor Esterbrook, Howard Esterbrook. Hart Esterbrook, Otto Esterbrook, Miss Florence M. Kempt. Waldo Russell Blackwell. LL.B. ; Miss Sara Dlnant. Miss Louise Dlnant. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward, Miss Bertha Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sperry. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Goldberg. Miss Edith Goldberg, Miss Estelle Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. Masters. Mr. and Mrs. George Goldberg. Miss Lily Goldberg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Calvin Giles. Robert Lockwood.. James Ponton, Mrs. A. Wear, Miss Nellie Wear and Whitfield L. Wear.