STRINGER-- GIST. Mr. John Kemp Stringer, of this and Miss May Banian Gist, daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gist, of county, were married at 8 30 o'clock evening at the Finksbnrg Methodist Protestant church by Rev. J. E. eon. The wedding marches were played by Miss Ida Heyser, of Baltimore. bride was attired in Paris muslin lace, trimmed with real lace. She carried a bonq.net of Bride roses. Her of honor, Miss Grace Leister, of Finksburg r wore pink silk moll, and the bridesmaid, Miss Ray Little, of York. Pa., was attired in white silk moll pink silk. The groom was attended Ms brother, Mr. W. T. Stringer, as man, and the following aoted as Messrs. Harry and William Gist, of Finksburg; E. R. Stringer, of Harry Sohroeder, of Frederick; Lewis Dawson, of Glyndon, and Claude Allgire, of Westminster. The groom is manager of the 1009! office of the P. Telephone Go. They will reside South Market street.