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A Romantic Ceremony.

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The following extract from the Detroit . Tribune will interest those that knew Miss Grace Hastings, of Sandusky, Ohio, lit'91, U. of M. Since hei gi-adnation Mies Hastings tanght zoology in the Detroit high school, and is quite a literary woman. "One of the prettiet and most romantic weddings of the season took place at Temple-of-Pines-on-Kennebec,EastFairfield, Me., Snnday, August 4, when Miss Grace Hastings, of this city, was married to the Rev. Dallas Lore Sharp, of Providence, R.I. Theceremony took place as 5 o'clock in the evening among the tall pines along the beautifully wooded banks of the Kennebce river. There was no music save that of the winds among the murmering tops, no flowers save those that nature's hand scattered over the soft, fragrant caipet of the grove. "The groves were God 's first temples," and here, in the sweet tmfl fsnlRmn sloom, at the meeting of two columned aisles, th two were united, the bride dressed in simple white, wearing in her hair a coronet of wintergreen in white blossornand carrying in her hand a bunch of maiden hair ferns. They were married with the Episcopal service with two rings, in the presence of nearly 200 friends, who were carrifcd across the river to the ( Pines in boats and canoes.


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