STEVENS-HIATT NUPTIALS TONIGHT
Bishop Hughes Will Officiate at Double Ring Service at Home of Bride's Parents, Mr. And Mrs. F. W. Hiatt, 29 High St.
The nuptials of Miss Edit J Hiatt, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frederick W Hiatt of 29 High st, and Phillip D Stevens, son of Mrs Minerva F Stevens of 48 Ashland st, will be observed this evening at the home of the bride's parents at seven o'clock. Bishop Edwin H Hughes will officiate, using the double ring service. The bride will be given in marriage by her father and Mrs John W Britton of Melrose will prside at the piano. There have been 50 invitations sent forth for the ceremony and 200 for the reception which follows, also at the bride's home.
Miss Ruth F Hiatt, sister of the bride, will be the maid of honr, with Miss Marion F Harper of Stoneham, a cousin of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Frederick W Rolfe, Jr, as best man. Miss Dorothy Barnes will be the flower girl, with Robert Holden of Stoneham, a cousin of the bride, as page.
The bride's gown wil be of beaded white crepe satin, en traine, with a tulle veil caught up with orange blossoms, and she will carry a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. She also wars a white gold wrist watch, a gift from the groom. The maid of honr will be in gold lace over pick georgette, and her bouquet will be of varigated roses. The bridesmaid's gown will be of beaded orchid georgette and she will carry pink roses.
At the reception, Mr Stevens and his bride will be assisted in receiving by their parents and members of the nuptial party. Mrs. Hiatt will be in blue cut chiffon velvet and lace trimmings. Mrs. Stevens will be in brown georgette crepe with Paisley trimmings.
Late in the evening Mr Stevens and his bride will depart on a honeymoon trip to New York and Washington, and upon their return will make their home at 201 Warren st, Allston. They will receive after Dec 15.
The bride, who is a graduate of Malden High has been a private secretary to H C Hitchcock, who is assistant supt of th eGas & Electric Co. Mr Stevens is a graduate of Malden High, Harvard ‘16 and is wholesale representative of Noyes-Buick Auto Co of Boston. He was with the headquarters troop of the 76th Division overseas during the World War. Both are members of the Centr Methodist church.
The bride's gift to the groom was a gold Masonic ring, the groom being a member of the Mt Vernon lodge. The maid of honor received a string of pearls and the bridesmaid a gold bracelet.
Mr Stevens and his bride have been the recipients of many rare and beautiful presents.
Mrs. Stevens, Previous to Her Marriage in Malden Last Saturday Evening, Was Miss Edith J. Hiatt, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Hiatt of That City, at Whose Home in High Street the Wedding Took Place. Bishop Edwin. H. Hughes of the Methodist Diocese Officiated. The Bridegroom, Mr. Stevens, Is a Harvard '16 Man.
Miss Edith J. Hiatt, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick W. Hiatt of 29 High
street, Malden, was married last even-
ing to Philip D. Stevens, son of Mrs.
Minerva F. Stevens of 48 Ashland street,
Malden. The ceremony took place at
the home of the bride's parents, and
was performed by Bishop Edwin H.
Miss Ruth F. Hiatt, sister of the bride,
was maid of honor, and Frederick W.
Rolfe, Jr., of Malden, was best man.
A reception followed the ceremone
after which Mr. and Mrs. Stevens left
for a wedding trip to New York and
Washington. On their return, they will
live at 201 Warren street, Allston.
MALDEN, Nov 3-Bishop Edwin M.
Hughes of Methodist Episcopal
Church officiated this evening at the
wedding of Miss Edith J. Hiatt, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs Frederick W. Hiatt
of 29 High st. and Philip J. Stevens,
son of Mrs Minerva F. Stevens of 48
Ashland st. at the home of the bride's
parents. Miss Ruth F. Hiatt, sister of
the bride, was maid of honor; her
cousin, Miss Marion F. Harper of Stone-
ham, bridesmaid, and Frederick W.
Rolfe Jr of Malden best man.
The couple will make their home at
201 Warren st Allston. Mr Stevens was
graduated from Harvard in 1916 and
served overseas with the 76th Division
during the World War.
Sunday, November 11, 1923
Boston, Massachusetts, page 35