Hinds-Allen, Gertrude - Wedding
16 SEPTEMBER 1919 - UTICA HERALD DISPATCH - Utica, NY
HOME WEDDING WAS PRETTY EVENT
John K. Allen and Gertrude Marion Hinds Married
Frankfort, Sept 16 - A very pretty but quiet home wedding was solemnized at 512 Litchfield Street, the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hinds, Saturday evening at 4 o'clock, when their daughter Gertrude Marion, was united in marriage to John K. Allen, so of Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Allen of Schuyler Lake.
The Rev. C.E. Miller, D.D., pastor of the Methodist Church, performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate families only. The bride was attired in her traveling suit of pecan blue and wore a large black velvet hat. Following the ceremony a delicious supper was served and soon after Mr. and Mrs. Allen left by auto for a wedding trip of one week.
The bride is one of Frankfort's popular young ladies and has been for some time doing her bit in the Typewriter plant in Ilion. The groom is one of the popular young men of his home town. He is an expert toolmaker and is employed in the Remington Arms plant at Ilion. Both young people have a host of friends who wish them a long and prosperous voyage on the sea of matrimony.
Miss Hinds was given three showers at which she was the recipient of many beautiful and useful articles in cut glass, linen, and furniture and a neat cash present. Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Getman, Mrs. E.F. Washburn, and Miss Frances Washburn of Schuyler's Lake were the out of town guests.