A pretty home wedding was solemnized Saturday night in Honolulu when Miss Irmgard L. K. Harbottle of 1821 Ala Moana, became the bride of Henry Thompson of the job printing department of the Star-Bulletin.
In the presence of 200 guests, the marriage ceremony was read by Rev. G. W. Waller of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The Harbottle home was artisitcally decorated by Miss Bernice Kahanamoku, a friend and next door neighbor of the bride, who used carnations, sweet peas, maidenhair ferns and forget-me-nots, with an altar of greenery surmounted by a white dove, before which the couple stood.
The bride had as her bridesmaid Miss Nina Harbottle, her sister, while the bridegroom was attended by Kenneth Auld as best man. The bride wore white georgette crepe, while her bridesmaid was attired in pink georgette. The bridegroom and his man wore the conventional black.
The wedding march was played by Mrs. Floyd Perkins and after the ceremony, refreshments were served in the Japanese tea house near the Harbottle residence, and dancing was enjoyed, music being furnished by the McCabe orchestra.
Mr. Thompson is in the office of The Star-Bulletin’s job printing department, having been employed there for the last five years, with the exception of service in the navy during the world war. He is a graduate of McKinley High school. Mrs. Thompson is a graduate of the Kamehameha schools and has been teaching at Hauula, windward Oahu. She is a member of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Her father is deputy tax assessor of Honolulu.
Both bride and bridegroom have a large number of friends in Honolulu, who join in extending sincere congratulations. They will be at home to friends in their new residence on Alewa Heights following a wedding trip.
(Star-Bulletin, 9/6/1920, p. 2)