Quiet Wedding Saturday Night at the Wray Home
Q i f QUIET WEDDING SATURDAY ) NIGHT AT THE WKAY HOME In the presence of only a few wit nesses, a quiet "marriage ceremony was spoken Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. John A. Wray in the Baptist parsonage, when - Miss Ethel Dorland of Normal, 111., became the bride of Earl J. Weaver, circulation manager for The Metropolis. A recent recent death in Mr.-Weaver's Mr.-Weaver's Mr.-Weaver's family was responsible for the simple, quiet wedding. . The romance, of which this was the eulmination, began in Illinois, and Miss Dorland arrived in Miam Friday, Friday, whereupon plans were made for the ceremony to take place as soon as possihie. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Schaeffer and Austin Robbins, the young people went to the parsonage : and - there plighted their troth. The bride wore a handsomely tailored traveling suit with accessories to match. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver . will make their home at present at the Schaef fer residence, 319 Second street.'" tt: Since coming to Miami not many months ago, Mr. Weaver has made many friends who will be glad to welcome his bride also. In his work for The Metropolis he has been all over Dade county and has become widely acquainted and much liked.