Marriage of Phares Eckert and Kathryn Light
| aro' , re-: at • ariv : j % , F. Eckert Took Miss Kathryn M. Light As His Bride After Trip Pair Will Reside With Bride's'Parents One of the prettiest y?t simplest weddings held in St, Luke's Kpia- copal church, at Sixth and Chestnut streets t'or years, was held there this morning when Roc tor Rev. A. A. McCallum McCallum united in marriage Miss Kathryn M. Light and Phares F. Eckert, Eckert, The cerewo'ny took place at 10 o'clock with no attendants and only only close relatives on hand. ' ; The bride is H daughter of Mr, and Mrs .B. H. Light,'of 401 Chestnut, Chestnut, ttroot, and was attirod in a blue Charmeuae drees. She is a graduate of the Lebanon high, school class of,'16 and is widely known throughout th 0 city. An Klwtrtflnn, Mr. Rckert is a *on of Mr. • and Mrs, Kphraim Kckert, of Campbelltown, Campbelltown, and Is employed at Hershey, He is u graduate of the Hershey high school and laUr took up the pureuU of knowledge lij electricity at which he is working in tho Chocolate town. On Ifcupymootv TrJi>. They left on a ten day wedding trip to jOttston and point's In Pen,is- sylvania. On their return they will make, their home with the bride's parents; The si'/ere wishes of their numnrous friends accompany them in their murriuge venture. to i<if '