A on NEWPORT, R- R- I- I- tied : thl evening ad Church here to Miss ; The bride wore a Totnt lace I over whl Brussels lace eaughu orsnge blossoms. acted as flower girl pale blue accordion bridegroom, was bes Mrs. Wsdley left on New Tork, After t . i Wadley-L-Gorton. Wadley-L-Gorton. Wadley-L-Gorton. Wadley-L-Gorton. Wadley-L-Gorton. Sfietiol It Tkt Itew Ytrk Timet. Oct 1Z Albert W. Wadley. son of AlbeH Wadley, was mar- mar- the Central Baptist Mary Gorton, daugh. ter ef Mr. Catherine W. Gorton of this dty. gown ef old Vienna qs silk, and a veil of up ; with a sprsy or er oouquei was oi lilies of the valley, with touches of Jessa min and stephanotlfJ Her only- only- attendant was Miss Etnei uorton. ner cousin, wno wearing a gown of pleated chiffon, end carrying a basket of Jessamine and gar- gar- aeniaa. Annur wsptey. oroinrr oi n man, and the ushers were P. w. Dodd. A. T. Greenouxh. and R. Wenham of New Rochelle, and Clarence Greason -of -of Newporti - - A reception wss neid at tne resiaence sKatsa a I st raves, sinm. a " uv w est n v u i fl the bride and brtde- brtde- ef the bride's mothei ber of the friends o: groom offered congratulations. Mr. and the evening boat for e wedding trip they will go to New Rocaslle. where they will make tneir nome. '