RALPH J. HONEYWELL Ralph Honeywell, soft of Mr. and Mrs. Roher: J. Honeywell, of 10 Ann street. West Pittston, and Miss Martha Coulter, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Coulter, of 174 Tompkins street, were the principals in a pretty wedding that was solemnized last evening evening in St. James' Episcopal Church. Rev. S. E. Neikirk, the rector, performed performed the ceremony that united the young people in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bride made a charming charming appearance in a gown of white canton crepe, and wore a hat to match. She carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid was Miss Helen Honeywell, a sister of the bridegroom, who wore a gown of honeydew georgette and a picture hat. Her corsage bouquet was of Ophelia roses. The best man was John Skid - more, a brother - in - law. of the bridegroom. bridegroom. Lovely decorations of ferns and cut flowers were about the altar. The ceremony was witnessed by a company of relatives and friends. Miss Ethel Golding, church organist, played the wedding music. Before the ceremony ceremony she played "O Promise Me." The processional was the march from "Lohengrin." During the ceremony the organist played "Sweetest Story Ever Told," and the recessional was Mendelssohn's March. Mr. and Mrs. Honeywell are enjoying a brief motor trip. They will soon be at home to .their friends at 174 Tompkins street.