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Lebanon Robert Sally Sisson and Kurt Frisch Wed in Afternoon Ceremony In a 2 o'clock ceremony this afternoon at the First Church of Christ, Congregational, Miss Sally Sisson, daughter of Mrs, Irving Dwight Sisson of 153 Bartlett Avenue, and the late Mr. Sisson, be- green frock with brown accesso- ^_ v _ ; J _ _,, T ,-.._, ,,,__..,_.. corsage of pale yellow white L. of with The gladioli and bronze pompons. Mrs. Frisch was dressed in black with matching accessories and her corsage was red roses. Charles R. Crimmin was best man, and ushers were William J. Rice, James F. Somers, Robert B. Young and Walter W. Sisson. A reception was held at the Club. A trio, composed of J. Harold Spencer, Noel Maleady Edwin Meilun played. For a to New York and Vlr- Beach the bride wore a trip came the bride of Kurt Charles Frisch of 142 Appleton Avenue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob B. Frisch of New York. Rev. John Gratton performed the double-ring service in a setting of white gladioli and palms. Herbert C. Dunkley was at the organ. William W. Sisson of Waterbury, Conn., gave his niece in marriage. She wore white silk jersey styled with sweetheart neckline, long sleeves pointed at the wrist, and a court train. Her veil was fastened to a tiara of orange blossoms, and she carried an arm bouquet of white roses and baby's breath. Miss Judith Wells Sisson, maid of honor for her sister, was dressed in allure blue faille, with full sfcirt, and corresponding mitts. Her ostrich- feather headdress was of matching blue, and she carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and baby's breath. The bridesmaids, the Misses Mary Elizabeth, Sisson, also a sister of the bride, and Rowena Cummings, wore- dresses similarly styled to the maid of honor's, the former in rose pink faille, the latter in petal, pink faille. Their mitts matched plastics laboratory. their gowns and they, too, wore ostrich feather headdresses. They had colonial bouquets of blue delphiniums and yellow gladioli. Mrs. Sisson, the bride's mother, wore gmia gray suit with black pencil stripes, a black feather hat and black accessories, and a corsage of gardenias. After Sept. 28 the will live at 142 Appleton Avenue, Mrs. Frisch, a nurse, was uated from Piltsfield High School and attended the Henry W. Bishop Memorial Training School for Nurses. Her late father was staff photographer for The Eagle. Mr. Frisch was graduated from the Universities of Vienna and Brussels, and has a Ph.D. degree in chemistry from Columbia University. He is a chemist in the

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  1. The Berkshire Eagle,
  2. 14 Sep 1946, Sat,
  3. Page 14

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