Great Grandparents Wilson wedding announcement
COMMINGS MARRIAGE TODAY Quiet and Pretty Ceremony at Parsonage Unites Well Known Church People Th marriage of rretty Miss Mary Maraaret Commings, daughter of Hri Emma Commlnfi. S13 Green street, to Francis Wilson, of this city, was an interesting event of this morning at 10 o'clock In the manse of the Market Market Square Presbyterian Church, with tha pastor, the Kev. Dr. George .a ward Hawca officiating. The bride, who was given In marriage marriage by her nephew, Ross Arnold Commlnga. of Heading, wore a benu. tlful costume of white net and Dueh - esse lace with black and white picture hat. and a corsage bouquet of sweetheart sweetheart roscbudn. The mutron of honor, Mrs. Joseph F. Bradley wore a dainty frock of white net over taffeta - witn black picture hat and shower bouquet of coinoi and pink dahlias. A wedding breakfast followed the service, served at the brine s nome where beautiful decorations of pink and white asters and fern were arranged arranged by Burton 13. Commings, the bride's cousin. Vocal and Instrumental Instrumental music was enjoyed by the Immediate Immediate families, and later the guests escorted the bridal pair to the train as they started on the honeymoon to Pittsburgh, Niagara Falls, BufTalo and Detroit. Returning they will reside at 812 Green street. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are members members of the Market Square Presbyter - Ian Church, she being a teacher of the Junior Sunday School department. Mrs. Wilson has been service operator for the Bell Telephone Company for ten years, and Mr. Wilson, a son of Mrs.Kate Wilson, Is connected with the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Among the wedding guests were Ross A. Commings, of Reading; Mrs. B. G. Commings, of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wiker, and daughter, daughter, of Lancaster.