, Indiana. Wanner Married. A LARGE COMPANY WITNESSES CEREMONY Marriage llitf.s Arc Performed by ] IteT. V. K. llurrklr if Hie fjermun M. K. Oiurrli--Voting People Are Widely Known ami Iliubly K.'(;ard-' Â«l--Will ll'-silc in f i t ) . A very pretty 'A'cdriiuR took place j at the home of Mra. Mary when her daughter. Miss b-came the wife of Wlliam P. W a n u u r . i i Lohengrin's wedding march played a t ; by Mitis Helen X n c k , a bridal couple, unal- took their places be- an linprovlai'd altar of palms In the front parlor, where in the presence of about sixiy- tlve of the friends and relative.?, Rev. C. 1C. Buerkle, of the German M. K. church, read the marriage aervice. ! In the. midst of the service, i eats while Miss Lillian Ilechtle, young people pledge t h e i r the pastor hesitated for a few mom. intlmatÂ« frlrnd of the bride, sang "Oh, Promlsi! Me." Rev. Mr. Buerkle t h e n proceeded with the ceremony. The bride wits gowned in a beautiful creation of white crepc- dc-chine. over Bilk. A wedding dinner was orrrved. hrlde'i table was decorated with a canopy of ropeB of smilax and the centerpiece was n bridal basket of bride- roses., IllleK-of-the-valley and greenery. Mrs. Wanner Irs an accomplished young woman and a member of t German M. R. church choir. She a favorite, in her wide circle of i friends. Mr. Wanner Is ;i son of Mrs. Wanner, of Pearl street and young man of many splendid tjuali- tles. He holds a responsible, position In the office of the M a r i o Shove! company. Tuti young people will reside with the bride's mother on Windsor street.