Way Miss Harness Milford Man To Marry Chicago Girl CHICAGO -- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harness of Chicago have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann, to 1-Lt. Samuel Gordon Woodrow of Lockbourne Air Force Base, Ohio. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Woodrow of Milford. Milford. The couple met while Miss Harness was attending the University University of Mississippi at Oxford and Lt. Woodrow was in the Cadets at Greenville, Miss. Â· The wedding is set for December December 2. Hendees Feted Franklin Man Takes a Bride DOWNSVILLE -- Downsville Methodist Church was the setting setting lor the July 15 wedding when .Miss Rosemary Wier of New Preston, Conn, became the. bride of Clayton James Corna of New Fairlield, Conn. The Rev. Billy Vestal performed performed the ceremony. Mrs. William Bauldwin served as organist. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Edith DeWitt of DeLancey and Charles Wier of Saginaw, Mich. The groom is the son of Mrs. Stephen Ceresna of Franklin Franklin RD 1 and the late Clayton Corna. The bride wore a street length gown of white organdy over lilac taffeta with full skirt, elbow length sleeves and scoop neckline. neckline. Her shoulder' length veil fell from a flowered headpiece and she carried a cascade bouquet bouquet of white carnations. Miss Jeanette Watson of Corbelt, Corbelt, attended the bride; Best man for the groom was his brother - in - law, Donald Loury of Danbury, Conn. A turkey dinner for members of the immediate families was served in the church dining room after the ceremony. Women of the church Sunday school were hostesses. Mrs., Howard Taif made the four teir wedding cake. Mrs. Corna is a 1959 graduate of the Downsville High School and was formerly employed by the Eagle Pencil Company. Mr. Corna attended Kellogg High School in Treadwell and is now employed by the Eagle Pencil Pencil Company. After a weekend wedding trip to upstate New York, the couple is at home in New 'Preston, Conn.