Grandma Hudak Wedding
Miss Pauline.. Fletcher, ' daughter of Mj. and Mrs. Joseph Fletcher, of 160 Boulevard avenue, Throop. Pa., one of the most prominent young women of the oprougii, and Alex HuuAk, of Fourth street, this city, were united in marriage marriage last Saturday evening at B o'clock in. St. John's church, , Throop. Rev. Father Schcchl, the pastor, officiated. Miss Margaret Fletcher, a sister of che bride, was bridesmaid. George Hudak, b - othei of the bridegroom, was the best man. Tho, ceremony was wit nessed by members of the Immediate larnmcs. The bride was becomingly attired in a black velvet suit trimmed in okunk fur. She wore a black satin hat with ostrich plumes and carried a bridal bouquet of Toses and sweet peas. Her maid was similarly attired and wore a henna colo - eo. hat. Foi.cwing the' ceremony the bridal party enjoyed a wedding dinner at the Hotel Casey. Mr. nnd Mis. Hudak then left for. New York, Philadelphia and Attlantlc City, where they Vlll spend two weeks. On their return they . will reside on Taylor avenuo. Mrs. Hudak was well known in Scranton, Scranton, where she made scores of friends whllo in the employ of C. 0. Bouydus, furrier, and she has the best wishes of her host of friends. Mr. Hudak is an expert in the employ of the Dean Electric Company and is well known here.