Miss Charlotte N. Earner Bride Tomorrow Miss Charlotte N. Hamer Mrs. Henry Schenk Miss Helen Lyter Miss Jane E. Henry Miss Ruth Gupton Miss Ina R. Fetrow Miss Katherine Schenk Miss Catharine Paget Miss Charlotte N. Hamer, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hamer,! 1120 North Second street, will become become the bride of John Schenk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schenk, 209 Mohn street, Steelton, at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the Market Square Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Henry Schenk will serve as matron of honor, and Miss Helen Lyter will be the maid of honor. Miss Jane E. Henry willl light the tapers. Miss Ruth Gupton, Miss Ina R. Fetrow,. Miss Kathennel Schenk and Miss Catharine Paget will be bridesmaids. Henry Schenk, Jr., will attend his brother as best man, and the ushers will be Henry Stark, Casper Schenk, Roy Marshall, Stewart Leidich, Richard J. Henry and Allen Paget. The Rev. Raymond C. Walker, pastor of the Market Square Church, and the Rev. H. B. Hack, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Steelton, will officiate at the ceremony, ceremony, which will be followed by a reception at the Hamer home. Mrs. John R. Henry, organist at Fifth Street Methodist Church, will play the wedding music. After a trip to Atlantic City, Mr. Schenk and his bride will re side at 260 South Second street, Steelton. Miss Hamer, who is a graduate of William Penn High School, is employed at the office of Harris burg Lodge, Loyal Order of the Moose. Mr. Schenk, a graduate of Steelton High School is em ployed at the Bethlehem Steel Corporation.