A pretty home wedding occurred Wednesday at the residence of Mr and Mrs. Fredrick Giese, 223 Summit st., ie being the marriage of their daughter Mary, to Frank Pardon. The ceremony was solemnized in the north parlor, Rev. Alexander Nicklas, of Zion's church officiating. The bridesmaid was Miss Clara Pardon, sister of the groom and Henry Lindenschroid acted as groomsman. The bride's gown was cream siJk and the bridesmaid was also dressed in white They both carried a bunch of roses. After the ceremony the large number of invited guests sat down to a sumptuotis supper. The rooms were prettily decorated with iiowws. Both Mr. and Mrs. Pardon have a large circle of friends who showed their regards for the estimable young couple by remembering them with numreous presents both costly, useful and ornamental. Particularly noticeable was the valuable gift of Mr. and Mis. James L. Babcock with whom Mrs. Pardon has lived for sorue time. Mr. and Mrs. Pardon have the best wishes of their friends to accompany them through life. It was a late hour before the happy company dispersed for their home.