MYRTLE SPANGENBERG WED TO JOHN BUCHER Mrs. Myrtle Spangenberg, Eberlys Mills, has announced the marriage of her daughter, Miss Caroline Frances Spangenberg to John St. Clair Bucher, "of White Hill. Vho wedding was solemnized on Saturday at 6 o'clock in the Eberlys Mill Church of God. The Rev. A. , Stover, of the Camp Hill Church ot God officiated. The bride who was given in marriage by her uncle, William W. Drawbaugh,. of Camp Hill, wore a gown of white satin and a lace veil trimmed with orange blossoms and pearls. The attendants were Miss Martha Snyder, Eberlys Mill, maid of honor, who was gowned in green and orchid, and the following bridesmaids: Miss Esther Groninger, Camp Hill, gowned in rose; Miss Marie Sprow, Stutton, gowned in pale pink, and,Miss Rowena Keiter, Harrisburg, gowned in pink. Miss Mary Mager, Harrisburg, played the wedding march.. Miss Janet Goetz, Shiremanstown, dressed in rose, was the flower girl. Warren Putt, White Hill, was the best man, and the ushers were Charles Drawbaugh, Mechanicsburg; Harold Drawbaugh, Camp Hill and Kleffer Spangenberg, Eberlys Mill. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride. Mrs. Bucher is a granddaughter of the late George W. Drawbaugh, and a niece of the late Daniel Drawbaugh, the inventors of the telephone. She is a graduate of the Lemoyne High School, class of 1926. Mr. Bucher is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bucher, Bendersville. Until recently he was engaged in business in White Hill. . ... Guests at the reception were: J. W. Bucher, Mrs. Myrtle Spangenberg, Mr. and Mrs. J. St. Clair Bucher, Miss Mary Mager, Miss Martha Snyder, Miss Esther Grov - inger, Miss Marie Sprow, Miss Janet Goetz, Miss Rowena Keiter, Miss Mabell Bucher, Miss Mary Bucher, Miss Margaret Bucher, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bucher, Mr. and Mrs. William Graham, Mrs. Robert Enswiler, Mr. and Mrs. William Drawbaugh, the Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Stover, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Goetz, Mrs. . George Shaffer, Miss Kathryn Shaffer, Miss June Shaffer, Mrs. Mary Drawbaugh, Charles Drawbaugh, Warren Putt, Harold Drawbaugh, W. B. Goetz, Jr., Kieffer Spangenberg, Lewis Wentz and Guy Bucher, Jr.