1908 Feb 28 Greek Wedding Marinos-Alexander
7EDCIXG CEREMONY niX CLERGTMAN OF- AT 1 MARRIAGE OF , YOUNG PEOPLE. Jdlng celebration occur-afternooh at 6 o'clock ice-' of Mr and Mrs. 10s, 128 ' North ' Main h mil of the old time s were bgerved. .Tho Rosa Marinos, a sister hn Marinos of Luzerne ie came to the United hs ago from her homa oel ifii The . groom was er of this city, form "reece, and is a candy employ ' of . Anthony s been in this coun-vpars,- .' ; ' . " i informed by rector of ,tho Marinos of this city, lately of .Sparta; whne the flower girl was Miss- Stella Marinos, a sister, of the bride, of Lu-seme ; liorougfc. The ben man ; was Louis Doukas of Nanticoke. : : The bride and her attendants were becomingly gowned . in white silks and satins, trimmed with real lace, the former wearing a . wreath of orange blossoms and all carrying flowersr A reception followed the ceremony artd an old fashioned Grecian wedding feast wan served during the evening, whilevQreclan musicians rendered appropriate music for gongs and the dancing.- ,: ? .,, "..:4-..- 1 : ... One of "tha Grecian customs observed at the completion of the tying of the nuptial knot was quite amusing. Instead of pelting the married couple with rice and -old shoes as an omen for good: luck, as the United State custom, all of ; those present grabbed handnful of candled Jordan almonds and fairly smothered the groom and bride, , who dodged ' any -old way to escape the shower of good luck. Those present - from out of town were: Rev. Demetrios Petrldes and hid secretary, John Krltlkos, Philadel jihia: Mr. and Mrs, James Rlaptlua, r';,t-;,,n,!-iu: . r. finntiiis '.Olvphsnt; B. Codekas, Pittston; Mr. and Mrs. John Pappas and Iuis Diamond, Plymouth; Peter and Michael Marinos, Mt. Carmel; Thomas r Grant, Nanti-coke; James and Miss Saloma Doukas, Edwardsvllle; Misses Lna and Jen nie lame or Asniey. , r : ' BOY REPORTED MISSING w POLICE ARE .ASKED TO LOCATE SON -OF ISAAC WOLFE. j! Isaac Wolfe, the well known commission merchant, called .' at . police headquarters yesterday afternoon, and asked the local authorities to' assist him In locating his son, who la missing from home, , - The boy, who is about 17 years' of age, had been employed In the newsstand at the Lehigh Valley station. A few days ago he left -for his work In the morning, but' since then Tie has failed to put In an appearance. A description furnished the police statKl that he is about S fet't, .8 Inches in belirht. weljrhs 135 pounds and ha lark hair and dark clothes. '