Married Wednesday. Edwin M. Fields, of this city and lisa Wilhelmina Weckman, of Col- insville, were quitely married Wed-^ esday evening at Collinsvllle by Rev. T. H. Roschki, pastor of the ivangelical Lutheran church therp, The ceremony was very simple and the attendants were Mr and Mrs. Reese Evans of this city. Tha iride wore a dress v of peachblow anton crepe and carried a bouquet if rosts. Following the ceremonv the couple departed on H short honeymoon and will later take up their residence ia CollinsvilU. The bride is a very charming , oung lady and is a daughter Â·\Ir. and Mrs. Frank Wecknian of Collinsville. She has a large circle circle of friends in this vicinity. V,,- Fields is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fields of Leclalre. He is a well known young man this city and is! employed by the [inois \-ghi and Power Company a salesman. He enlisted In tha army about a year ago and was stationed at Jefferson Barracks, in St Louis. * The couple have the well wishes of their many friends.