Daddy & Goldie's wedding, Sept 19 1929
Matthew's and William at and by soft the -St. the of tea his a and the the Edward B. son "S. MISS MILLER IS SEPTEMBER BRIDE At a very brilliant September church wedding on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock In the First Church of the Brethren In Roaring Spring, Miss Goldah Goldah M. Miller of Roaring Spring became became the bride of Mr. Marshall Ellis Spargo of Hopewell, with the pastor, Rev. S. P. Early, officiating with the ring ceremony. The church was beautifully deco rated with ferns and flowers and the Impressive ceremony was attended by more than 100 relatives and friends of the bride and bridegroom. The bride was given In marriage by her brother, Ernest Miller of Ore Hill, and Miss Irene Miller, little niece of the bride, was flower girl, and the ushers were four brothers of the bride, Colvln, Draper, Fred and Walter. There Were no attendants. As a processional, Mrs. Ruth W. Reptogle rendered the bridal chorus from Lohengrin and Miss Elizabeth Garber sang very effectively, "At Dawning", and several selections were played by the organist during the service. service. As a recessional Mrs. Replogle played the ) Mendelssohn wedding march. The bride was gowned in a creation of pink georgette with hat to match and carried white roses and lilies of the valley and the flower girl carried a basket of white roses. She is the daughter of Mrs. Catherine Miller of 909 Franklin street, Roaring Spring, and had been employed In the general store of S. H. Garber. The bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. Mary Spargo of Hopewell and Is employed employed at the furnaces at Rlddlesburg. Following the ceremony and reception, Mr. and Mrs. Spargo left on a honeymoon honeymoon to New York state and Canada and upon their return will reside at 909 Franklin street, Roaring Spring, with the bride's mother, for a. time. Both are well known young people with a host of friends who Join in best wishes for the future.