fjf ' ''V - ' - " I r - . - .ttV v hi. h?; . ' i - t 1 I ,1 v 'I I GLOWING WITH HAPPINESS after the ceremony, Dr. and Mrs. Richard I. McKin - ney pose with Dr. Benjamin Mays, president president emeritus of Morehouse College, Atlanta, Atlanta, Ga., who performed the nuptials at the First Congregational Church In Wash - Impressive Nuqtials For Miss Martin, Dr. McKinney WASHINGTON - In a simple, but imp ressive ceremony, Miss Lena R. Martin and Dr. Richard I. McKinney of Baltimore were married on Saturday, Au - guest 5 in the small chapel of the F i rst Congregational Church. The double ring service was conducted by Dr. Benjamin Benjamin Mays, president - emeritus emeritus emeritus of Morehouse College, Atlanta, Ga. Miss Martin, a native of Augusta, Ga., is a trainiing officer with the Peace Corps. She formerly formerly s e rved with the United Nations C h i 1 d r e n's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) at the UN in New York City. In both positions she has travelled widely. It is the second marriage for Miss Martin who is a graduate of Soujh Carolina State College at Orangeburg. Dr. McKinney, a widower, is professor and chairman of the Department of Philosophy Philosophy at Morgan State Col lege in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Morehouse College College and Andover Newton Theological School. He earned a doctor of philosophy philosophy degree at Yale University. University. The bride wore a white beaded shirtwaist dress and matching hat and carried a small bouquet of white gardenias. She was given in marriage by her nephew, Robert Martin Screen of Hampton Institute and the matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Zorata Martin Ridley of Augusta. George A. McKinney of Baltimore, son of the, groom, was best man. The organ music was provided provided by Mark Fax of Howard Howard U. Immediately following the ceremeny the bride and groom greeted the guests at a reception in the Cabinet Room of the Washington - Hilton Hotel, they left the following day for a three - weeks honeymoon in Europe which i ncludes Stockholm, Berlin, Paris, Geneva and Rome, returning returning to the states via the Italian liner Michaelangelo. Df. and Mrs. McKinney will be at home at 2408 Overland Overland Ave. in Baltimore after Sept. 1. The guest list included the following out of towners: from Georgia, Dr. Hugh Gloster, and Mrs. Julia Mitchell, Atlanta and from Augusta, John Ridley, Mrs. Martina James Bryant, Miss Georgene James and William James, Mrs. Theodore Bowman, Miss Louise Ross, Miss Cardelia Blount and Mr. and Mrs. Canute Richardson. Richardson. From Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs. A. Paul Moss, Mr. and Mrs. George McKinney Dr. and Mrs. G. James Fleming, Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Ethel Seldon, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roper and Dr. Frederick A. Jackson. Jackson. ington, D. C, on Saturday, Aug. 5. The bride - is a training officer with the Peace Corps and the groom is chairman of the Department Department of Philosophy at Morgan State College College In Baltimore. The couple Is honey mooning in Europe. Others f r om Baltimore were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Willis, Dr. a n d Mrs. I. Bradshaw Higgins, Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Welcome, Dr. and Mrs. Martin D. Jenkins, Mrs. Pearl Pennington, Mrs. Evelyn Bass and Rev. and Mrs. Howard L. Cornish. From Michigan were Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Kinney, Detroit and Robert Martin Screen, East Lansing. Coming from New York Osban Bynum Jr., City were Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. T.E. McKinney Jr., Miss Delia Bell, Mrs. Bernie Austin, Mrs. June Downey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wilson and Mrs. Yvonne Orr. Other out - of - town guests were Mrs. Nellie Parker Newark, N.J.; Mrs. Jamas Kelly, Institute, W. Va.; Oliver C. Dawson, Orangeburg, Orangeburg, S.C.; Mrs. Marie McKinney, Charlotte, N.C. and Mrs. W.D. Brown, Min - Minneapolis, Minn. Washington, D.C. guests included Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fax, Mr. and Mrs. William Garvey, Dr. and Mrs. Napoleon Napoleon Rivers, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, Dr. Alec Sahkow, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schaler, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell .Hanneman, Miss Ethel L. Payne, Mrs. Evelyn McKinney, Dr. Harry Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettigrew and Charles Ridley.