A Society Wedding at Congregational Church Witnessed by Many of Young Couple's Frieaih. A very pretty wedding was solemnized solemnized this afternoon al 2 o'clock, the contracting parties being Miss Minnie Mae Morin, of this oily, and Mr, Q. V. •Eakle, of Knights Landing. The ceremony was" performed In the Congregational Ohnrch In the presence presence of a company that filled nearly every seat in the building, and the environments were of unusual beauty and splendor. There have rarely ever been seen more .elaborate or artistic decorations. The organ loft aud altar were transformed into a veritable conservatory. conservatory. 'The background was broadleaf broadleaf palms and bamboo,asparagus ferns, potted umbrella plants, white chrysanthemums chrysanthemums and tinted rosebuds. Tbe base was of emilax and Ihe effect was beautiful. The piano on tbe right was completely completely covered with potted palms, pepper branches, smilax and chrysanthemums, chrysanthemums, and a palm and bamboo background made a very pretty pictnre. A table on the left «as banked witli flowers, rosebuds and trailing smilax, and beneath were grouped more potted pliinta. Palm leaves, smilaz and bamboo were arranged with good taste on every wall o! the church and the window sills were covered with tinted flowers. The doable gate of the altar rail was covered with smilaz and fastened with pin* ribbon. There was an arch over the gate which was also covered with smilaz, and pendant from the arch was a pare white dove. Promptly at 2 o'clock the bridal party arrived at the church, H, Woolley, who sat at the organ, began the wedding march from Lohengrin. Mies Rowena Barns, maid of honor, led the procession. She wae followed by Mies Graoe Holt and George Eakle, Miss Irene Eakle and Ed Baird, the ushers, Next came the principals, MUa Morin and Mr. Eakle. Miss Barns untied (he pink ribbon that fastened lha double gate, the panels were opened and the bridal couple stood beneath the arch, eu[-rounded by the maid of honor and the ushers. Rev. W. E. M. Stewart came from bis study and met the brldnl party at the altar rail. An i~-e began the marriage ceremony of the Congregational Church, Mr. Woolley rendered softly and sweetly, " Call Me Thine Own." After the ceremony, and while • newly-married couple were receiving congratulations, Mrs. Ethel Oampbel and Mr, Will Browning sang in t charming manner, " 0, Promise Me.' As tho bridal party marched out of the church Mr. Woolley again rendered the wedding march. The bride's costume waa a gray eilk interlined with pink silk and trlmmec with chiffon and Arabian lace. It was very becoming to her graceful figure. Miss Burns, tbe maid of honor, wore a very rich tan-colored crepe silk cos tame, elegantly made. The young lad; ushers were lovely in pink. Mr. and Mrs. Eakle left far San Fran Cisco on the 4 o'clock train. Thel; honeymoon will be spent in that an< other cities, and the time of their ab eence is indefinite. A large number o triends were at.the depot to say goodby and Godspeed, The bride ie the youngest daughter o Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Morin, of this city and a niece of Colonel and Mra. D. M Burns, of San Francisco. She is a hanciaome and accomplished yonn woman and Mr, Eaklo is lo be congratn lilted upon his eood fortune in winnin such a lovely life companion. Mr, Eakle is an energetic aud enter pricing young business man of Knight Landing. KB is a son of Mr. and Mrs Christian Eakle, old and highly re spected residents of Yolo county. Th union is looked upon as a particular!; bappy one and Mr. and Mrs. Eakle bar been literally overwhelmed with con jsratulatlonn.