John Giles Lytle-wedding announcement
SOCIAL AFFAIRS. rx>oooooooc)Coooocx)oooocx3O(i.a Ruffing-Lytle. Nearly one hundred and fift> friends gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs. Charles Rulling of Grove City last Thursday evening to see their daughter Lueila Jean become the- bride of Rev. John G. Lytle, Jr.. of Mercer. The ceremony was performed performed by Uev. Herbert C. Lytle, of Jersey City, a brother of the groom, -assisted by Dr. Isaac C. Keller and Dr. W. J. MeConkey. Miss Mary Linn, of Sharon, was bridesmaid and Rev. John D. Harris of Madison, N. J., was best. man. The little Misses Rebecca McKay and Kdit.h Young were ribbon bearers and Master Herbei! Herbei! C. Lytle, Jr., ring' bearer. The bride, who is one of Grove City's most popular and accomplished young ladies, wore a gown ot ivory satin jiieasaline, trimmed with heavy Kilk embroidery, with yoke and sleeves of Cltantilly lace with pearl 'trimmings, and carried a shower uo- quet of bride's roses and white sweet peas. The bridesmaid's frock was a pink French silk voile, trimmed in lace and satin messaline and she carried carried pink sweet peas. The room where the ceremony took place was decorated with white daisies, smilax and maiden hair ferns. Mrs. George Supplee, of Greenville, played the wedding march from Lohrengrin and Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night Dream. After a wedding supper, -the young couple left for a brief tour o! the lakes. After August 1 they will be at home at Rio, N. Y., where Mr. Lytle is pastor of the Methodist Kpls- copal church.—Mercer Dispatch.