1940 July 1 Harrisburg Telegraph
of is Porter, Hursh, Mrs. Bella Keefer, and Mrs. Sadie Mulliner. j adopted of the it by a two to one. indicated covered the however. Vet Hospital to Pittsburgh, Carlisle Nuptial Miss Kathryn T. Goodhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Goodhart 380 West North street, and Marlin I. Shoemaker, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Shoemaker, Carlisle R. D. 5, were married Friday night in a ceremony at the bride's home. The Rev. James J. Glenn, pastor j United States of Dickinson Presbyterian Church, ! nearby port its milk a year less dealers are Dr. Robert of the a dealer at 31 cents a milk white Board prices Pennsylvania dealers 37 cents. officiated. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. John Brymesser and Lois Miller, flower girl. The wedding music was played by Mrs. John Miller. The bride, who was graduated from Carlisle High School in 1938, is a stenographer at the Public Assistance office here. Mr. Shoemaker is employed with Ritter Brothers, Harrisburg contractors.