Easley Hill Wedding.
Pearisburg, Va., May 31. – A large crowd of Pearisburg’s representative people assembled at Mr. F. G. Thrasher’s beautiful home Thursday evening to witness the marriage of Miss Mary Easley, of this place, to Mr. Hugh Hill, of Bristol, Tenn. Mrs. Bernard Mason, sister of the bride, gowned in white crepe de chine, presided at the piano. The bridesmaids and groomsmen entered as follows: Miss Senah Fry, of Pearisburg, with Mr. John French, of Bluefield, A. Va.; Miss Minnie French, of Narrows, with Mr. Abe Reynolds, of Bristol; Miss Bessie Ellett, of Christiansburg, with Mr. Spiller Hicks, of Bluefield, W. Va.; Miss Minnie Mann, of Bluefield, W. Va., with Mr. Whaley, of Bristol, and Miss Belle Stewart, of West Virginia, with Mr. Oakey Alexander, of Bluefield, W. Va. The bride entered with her sister, Mrs. Walter Miller, of Newport, Va., matron of honor, who was gowned in pink crepe de chine and carried pink carnations. The bride was radiently beautiful in her bridal robe of a white radium over taffeta, carrying a shower bouquet of lillies of the valley and Bride roses, her veil being caught with lillies of the valley. The groom, with his best man, Mr. Richard Lampkin, of Roanoke, met the bride at the improvised altar, where Rev. P. C. Clark, of Bluefield, W. Va., performed the ceremony, during which “Hearts and Flowers” was softly rendered by Mrs. Mason.
Mr. and Mrs. Hill left on a late train for Asheville, N. C.
The Times Dispatch, Richmond, Va., 1 June 1908.