Grandpa Gray's parents wedding
i ROANOKE WEDDINGS Elegant Affair at St. Mark's t/ntlicrai'i Clmrcb?? Horn?- M arriase. ROANOKE, ?'?., April 23.?Special.? ?Det?dedly the* largest and one of the prettiest weddings of the season took place fo-day at noon at St. Mark's Lutheran Church. The marriage was that of Miss Laurel Campbell Milter*. eldest daughter of Bev. L. G. M. Miller, pastor o? St. Mirk's, to Mr. Lanier Gray, the well-known insurance and rental .. .. nt. t*he church was beautifully decorated and the altar lighted by candies. Many cards had been issued, and as the hour of the wedding approached the church became filled. The wedding party en? tered the church as the wedding march w.is performed by Mr. Kling, the organ? ist, and Mr. Claude Speece upon the violin. First came the ushers, Messrs. Hunter "Boyd and Henry Gray. J. M. Jami?son and J. M. Botts, William Joliffe and I. iwrence S. Davis. They were followed by Miss Louise and Miss Julia Spangler. Th? :i came Miss Mary Miller, the maid of honor, and last the bride with her brother. Lewis Miller. The groom, with the best man. John AVood, was waiting at the altar rail. The ceremony was per? formed by Rev. L. G. M. Miller. At the home oif Rev. Mr. Miller, on Church Ave? nue, a breakfast was served to the wed? ding party and the immediate family. The young pi opie left on the afternoon train for Washington, from whence t?ey will jj.i : ? New York to spend about ten days before returning home. They will reside on West Campbell Avenue. BCOEB AViEtDPIN'G.