tor publication in t.,6 an- tho tho tho tho the tho the in Miss Keen is of J> Harvey Carr A pretty homo wedding was solemnized nt 0:30 o'clock Wednesday evening August 26th, by Rev. 3. H. Jelbart at the home of Mrs. Kntherlno Keen, 461 Pino Street, Meadville, when her daughter, K. Hclcne Keen, became the bride of J. Hancy Carr, son of Squire and • The bride chose for her wedding 1 a street length dress of Victory blue velvet, with •vj'itio accessories and her corsage was formed of white ! gladlolas with red rose buds. Her 1 only attendant wa.s her sister, Miss : Marie Keen of Meadville, and she was attired in a street length dress ( of wine velvet with beige accessor- '. lew and her corsage was of yellow gladlolas and rod rose buclsi. Allen Stilton attended Mr. Carr as best man. After the wedding a dinner was served at the Fowler Coffee- Shop In Greenville with thirty-four relatives attending. The bride is a graduate of East , Fallowfield High school class of '30 I and attended Edinboro State Normal School and is a teacher at. Fallowfield school. The groom is a gradu- j ate of Fallowfield High school class ' of '37 and is a machinist employed j in the round house of the Erie Rail| road in Meadville. After a short wedding trip the young couple , will be at home in Atlantic, after September 1st. friends Is a Martin Mrs. Samuel "Stanley of Depot born nt 1916. Mr. with the Field on has been miraculous, "Jn May, to Cochrnn chief clerk November of the transferred to Group, Herbert the "About 1941, Mr. submitted for the for office "Ho IP Dayton O., hobbles target the distributing and ho orchestras in "Perhaps service rendered the installation of Wellston. instruct 40 attending." P.H.C.