Ethel R James, Mooresburg, marries Donald M Steckley, son of John D Steckley.
Ethel R. James Married at Home Miss Ethel R. James, daughter oi Mr. ana ivirs. josepn vv. James Mooresburg, became the bride of Sergeant Donald M. Steckley, son of Mrs. John D. Steckley, 2413 Penn street, and the late Mr Steckley, Tuesday evening, April 27, at 7 o'clock The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev. William H. Gould castor of Flemington Methodist Church. The bride wore a brown and white ensemble and an orchid corsage. She was attended by Miss Eleanor Baskm, Mt. Carmel, who wore a yellow dress and corsage of yellow roses. Thomas E. James brother of the bride, was best man. Mrs. Steckley was graduated from Danville High School and Thompson Business College. She is employed as information clerk at the Pennsylvania Railroad Sta tion. Sgt. Steckley, who was grad uated from William Penn High School, is stationed at Ocean View, Del.