(i imningbam-Seiles imningbam-Seiles imningbam-Seiles A wedding of Saturday, solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seiles, l f Minnie street, was that of their daughter, Margaret, who was united in marriage to Frank Gunningham of Crosweil, before a company of re - iativta and friends. The ceremony w as penormea at iour o cioen. u itev. Mr. Mueller, of the Lutheran church. The bride, gowned in whit crepe de chine and carrying a bouquet bouquet of bridal roses, waj attended by Miss Martha Seiles, her sister, and Miss Meta Kamine, who also wore white. The groom's attendants were i'arl Klaus and Paul Schroeder. Miss Alma Trune played the wedding inarch. Following the wedding service a wedding dinner was served, the brido's table being centered, with a beautiful cluster of white rosea. Other decorations for the home were In pink and white. Mr. and Mrs Gunningham will reside reside at S16 Twelfth street, this city. Among tho.se in attendance at the wedding were Mrs. Grb'Yen of I'ldy; Mr . Gunningham. father of the j-rooin; j-rooin; j-rooin; MLss Ethel Gunningham. (ouslri of the gr om, and Mrs. Gunningham, Gunningham, the groom's grandmother, of Crosweil. ; j j j .