1949 Bricker-Sites Wedding
o! in at form meet- * Bricker-Sites Nuptial July 2 A lovely summer ceremony performed in the Park- Avenue Evangelical J n 11 e d Brethren Church of Chambersburg, Saturday when Miss Edna Denlse Sites daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Sites, of Clear Spring, became the bride of Mr. William Cramer Bricker. son of Mrs. William C. Bricker, of Chambersburg, and late Mr. Bricker. The ceremonj was Â»erformed the Rev. Lester M. Kauffman, as- aslsted by the Rev. Arthur Stambach. Miss Ethel M. Dixon, a of the faculty of Penn Hall in Chambersburg, gave a half-hour organ recital preceding the cere- mony. The traditional nuptial tions were used during the cere- mony. Miss Harriet Clem, of bersburg, sang "Where'er You Walk" by Handel. Escorted by her father, the was gowned in white marquisette designed with a modified off-the- shoulder neckline finished with a small bertha of marquisette. A pearl design patterned the bertha collar. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses and gardenias. Miss Alita Sites was her sister's only attendant. She w o r e turquoise marquisette gown and a lead band of m i x e d flowers. She carried a bouquet of corresponding flowers. Russell Blxler, of Chambersburg, served as best man for the bride- groom. Ushers were Eldon Mower and Robert Ryder, also of Cham- bersburg. A reception at the home of the brido followed the ceremony. Following a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Bricker will reside in Millersville, Pa., until September wh*n they will b| located near Washington, D C. Mrs. Bricker was graduated from Wilson College, Chambersburg, and attended the French Summer School of 1947 at McGill University n Montreal, Canada. ShÂ« hat the past year teaching French at Ashley Hall, Charleston, South arollna. Mr. Bricker served as a staff sergeant in the field artillery of the United States Army in the European theater. HÂ« is now pleting his courses at MillerBville State Teachers College, Millers- ville, Pennsylvania.