Keither-Oake* Wedding At Jackson Center Church Altar decorations of palms and ferns with white mums and the glow of lighted candles furnished the setting in the Jackson Center Presbyterian Church recently' for the marriage ceremony of Misa Helen Oakes, Jackson Center, and James Reither, Stoneboro. Rev. Clyde Barnes officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Oakes, Jackson Center, and the bridegroom is a son of Mr.'and Mrs. James Reither, Stoneboro. Miss Winifred Wharton played appropriate nuptial melodies preceding preceding the ceremony. Jack Barnes, cousin of the bride, sang "The Lord's Prayer". Miss Ruth Oakes, the bride's sister, and Robert Shutt, brother-in-law of the groom, were attendants. Ralph and Charles Oakes, brothers of the bride, ushered. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a street length dress of brown over pink taffeta and carried an arm bouquet bouquet of pink roses centered with a corsage. A rhlnestone necklace, gift of the groom, completed her ensemble. Miss Oakes wore a light beige wool jersey dress, dark brown accessories accessories and a corsage of yellow rose buds. A reception attended by 100 guests followed in the parlors parlors of the church. Presiding at the bride's table,' which was overlaid with white linen and centered with a three-tiered wedding cake, were Mrs. Charles Oakes and Mrs. Robert Robert Shutt. A week-end trip to Niagara Falls and Canada was taken by the newlyweds who are now residing residing at Mercer. Mr. Reither is employed by the Reznor Manufacturing Manufacturing Co., Mercer. Mrs. Reither is employed as operator by the Bel) Telephone Co., Mercer. Wedding guests were from Mt Pleasant, Vandergrift, Zclienople Grove City, West Branch, Mich, and Warren, O. of L.