Clipped From The Daily Iowa Capitol
of snowy floral weddin garlauds of bride's bells. 11°' " rftii '-'» a tower \vhi', h almu*c hid f ' ron - view the br!d a« ras'ty as H stooi ch « altar. • The or.iy music v/ac thai I COOil of the orijan which tfAVB on: the notes of '.ITS "Lc-hf>ngron" wcJding march, as tne procession entered tlie church daoi-s. At. Hie same time Bishop Pot cor ami Dr. Pc:iPi-, vested for the sei-vio.s entered entered the chancel from the vestry, fo-i- iowfcd by the prlnc-i and Hor.ore Palmer, Palmer, a cousin of ihe bride, who acted as b-rst man by proxy of Grand Duke Cytil of Ru-csia, who was unable 10 ba pr/eent. The bridal procession included only Miss Ci-ant and her escort and the I ushers, as there were no b-:idesmuids oi- maid of honor. The ushers \v<;re:-Pot- wr Palmer, Jr., a cousin of the brid?; Lockwood Honore. uncle of the bride 1 . Capt. Sartoris, a member o<" Gen Fiu- i hugh Lee's .si a IT, durin? the Lite war and also a cousin of the b-tdu; Robert L. Gerry of New York; Roger of Newport and John' Pr^t - of \ York. She carried a chower iirj, u*i of Siephanotis and lilies of the valley a ad ifts of the bride S ofpUrtf Th?Sce1/h*T^d rrum the chancc-l to m--vi hi* i bride, attired in full uniform of CVvi- : »" 9 ard ?- brilliant with red aftd'gold. Honore, Mr., and Mrs. Harrv Merrill and Marion Mote V • •• - v- , ^ etLC , , cousin : Adjutant General Corfcir 'CD' a'rdMvV Hein of West Point foi-rr^r VnV^i ', States minister; Samue' T^avt-- c\f\v-- fvm=irv A ,-»-:-,.„'_. 'i- ." . " * ?- v' !S "