Charles Hartman weds Anna Wundwald
I A Pretty Wedding. Miss Anna Wunderwald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clemence W. Wunder - " wald, of 332 Maple street, and Charles Hartman, of 801 Cedar avenue, were united in marriage at 11:30 yesterday morning. The ceremony was performed performed in the German Methodist church by the pastor, Rev. Henry Weber. The wedding was a pretty one, and was attended attended by a large number of friends of both young people. The bride was attended by Miss Charlotte Hartman, a sister of the groom while Clemence W. Wunderwald, Wunderwald, jr., was the best man. Tle bride was attired in a blue traveling suit with hat to match and carried a bouquet of roses. The bridesmaid was similarly attired. After the ceremony, ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Hartman were rpcention at the home of the I ibride's parents on Maple street, after which they lett lor iNewara, a. j., They will reside in South Scranton. Th groom is a wll known business mo nt thin Kirip havine been in the "U ' V - paint and wall paper business with his brother for some time, ine onue i also well known and universally liked.