Miss Woods Autumn Bride

A pretty home wedding took place on Wednesday evening last when Miss Ida Woods, daughter of Mrs. Mary Woods, of 124 Second street, became the bride of Mr. William S. Halteman, of Philadelphia. The home was prettily decorated for the occasion. Rev. Suretees, of the Wesley Church, performed the ceremony. The wedding was a quiet one, only the two families attending. His sister, Mrs. H. G. Kline, was the matron of honor. Mr. Charles Woods acted as best man. The bridal party was led by little Miss Ruth Woods, niece of the bride. She carried a basket of pink dahllas and Miss Delma Kline playeed Lohengrin's Wedding March. the bride looked charming in a dress of white satin and wore a bridal veil of white trimmed with orange blossoms. Mrs. H. G. Kline wore a gown of Harding blue satin and carried a bouquet.

Mrs. Halteman is well known in Pleasantville and Atlantic City, while Mr. Halteman is of a prominent Philadelphia family. They were the recipients of many valuable gifts.

Following the wedding ceremonyan elaborate wedding breakfast was served. The many friends and relatives of the newly weds gathered at the station to se them off on their honeymoon trip. They will go to Niagra Falls and other places of interest.