Mary McQuown-Daniel Ray marriage announcement
DELIGHTFUL HOME WEDDING. Miss Mary McQuown and Dr. Daniel Pattee Ray. The home of Ex-Senator and Mr*. Martin L. McQuown, of Olearfield, was the scene of a beautiful wedding, Wednesday, Wednesday, May 5, when their youngest daughter, Mary, became the bride of Dr. Daniel Pattee Ray, of Johnstown, Pa. In the presence of a fashionable assemblage of the .relatives and closest friends of the bride and groom the ceremony was performed promptly at one o'clock by the Rev. Edward O. Reeve of the Presbyterian church, assisted by the Rev. Morris E. Swartz of the Trinity Methodist Episcopal church., Under the leadership of Prof. Thayer the Susqnehanua College of Music orchestra orchestra rendered the music while the guests were asseinblipg and to the strains of the "Lohengrin Bridal Chorus" Chorus" the bridal party entered the parlor. The groom was attended by Robert Bailey Wilson, of Tyrone, as best man, and the bride was given in marriage by her father. The bride's gown was a beautiful creation of ivory satin with court train, trimmed with duchess lace and pearls. She wore a tulle veil caught' by a coronet of orange blossoms and carried a shower bouquet of bride's rosebuds, white sweet peas and lilies of the valley. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Frederick R. Battles, as matron of honor. Mrs. Bartles' gown was white satin, covered with embroidered embroidered chiffon; her bouquet was lilies of the valley. The bride's little niece, Miss Mary Virginia Bartles, was the flower girl; she carried a basket of pink and lavender sweet peas. The wedding breakfast was served at small tablet throughout the house,while the bride's table, which was prettily decorated, was in the dining room. Mrs Ray is prominent socially, belonging to one of Clearfleld's oldest families, and the groom, who is a young physician of Johnstown, Pa., is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Ray, of Tyrone. After ,the honeymoon Dr. and Mrs. Ray will be at home at the Colonial, Johnstown. The out of town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. John K. Ray, Miss Anna Ray, Mrs. J. Howe Stevens, Mr. and ( Mrs Wm. H. MoLanahan, Robert B Wilson, of Tyrone; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Weber, Miss Weber, DuBois; Mrs. O. Bartles Crocker, Williamsport; Miss Elizabeth and Alice Pritchie, Lancaster; Mies Edith Dill, Atlantic Oity; Mrs. R. F. Nevling, Beccaria; J. K. Uorton Philipsbnrg; Daniel P. Ray, Olean. N. Y.; Mrs. Catherine E. Howe, Erie; Misses Emma Fatten, Mary Wolf, Louise Hembold, OurweuBville; Mrs. F. R. Bartles and Miss Bartles, Fargo, North Dakota.