gift exchange names The 12. visited for party Carolyn office. earnings person's you will have the is of Social or her and his expect prior earnings ap^ figure their visit they them to also call MR. AND MRS. DENNIS SCHAD --Photo by Ted Blankenship Sarah Jane MeNeely and Dennis Schad wed Commerce of the m sites Oxford, be The best stations a rare I of Trenton. On Saturday afternoon, Nov. 27, at two o'clock, Sarah Jane Meneely became the bride of Dennis A. Schad. Â· Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Howard Meneely, Chillicothe, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Schad, Barnett. The family wedding was held at the Unidn Baptist Church with the Rev. Chris M. -Cox performing the double- n 'ring ceremony. The altar .table was decorated with an arrangement of rubrum lilies, sweetheart roses and carnations carnations in shades of pink and burgundy. The unity candle ,centered the flowers. Green fern adorned the candelabra on either side of the altar. , Registering guests was Lori Feather, St. Joseph. Serving as ushers'and candlelighters were John Meneely, brother of 'the bride, Carmel, Ind., and Dwayne Schad, brother of the bridegroom, Barnett. . Piano selections were played by Carol Livingston, . -DMilan, preceding the Â· .ceremony and as the bride a ''entered the sanctuary. Mrs. Livingston accompanied Con- Â· nie Reeter as she sang "Annie's'Song, "The Wedding Song" and "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her' parents and escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of white cotton. It featured a ruffled 'lace yoke, stand-up collar and long sleeves gathered at deep cuffs. A self- ruffle trimmed the softly- gathered skirt. The fingertip veil fell from'a band of flowers in her hair." Her bouquet was an arrangement arrangement of white rubrum lilies, burgundy sweetheart roses and pink carnations. The bride carried out the tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a penny in her shoe. Maid of honor was Sherry Benskin, Drexel, dressed in a floral print cotton gown of the same design as that of the bride, featuring elbow-length sleeves and lace at the scoop neckline. She carried a bouquet bouquet of burgundy roses and pink carnations. David Baumgartner, Versailles, Versailles, was best man. Both and the bridegroom were attired attired in navy suits with rose boutonnieres. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Meneely wore a street- length mauve jacket dress. Her corsage ^was of the flowers as th'ose of the bridal bouquet. Mrs. Schad was attired in burgundy jacketed-dress of winter white. Her corsage similar to Mrs. Meneely's. Honored guests were Mrs. Bess Meneely, grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Broox Sharpies, grandmother of the bridegroom, and Andrew Schad, grandfather of the bridegroom. A reception honoring the newly-married couple was held in the fellowship room the church. Complimenting the bridal table were burgundy burgundy candles and the bridal ,quet. The.3-tiered cake was - decorated j with shades of Jbjirgundy,^ rose dnd pink" flowers and was atop a rose fountain. Punch was served from a crystal bowl. Serving were Marilyn Meneely, sister- in-law of the bride, and Schad, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Gifts were received' by Tracy Meneely, niece of the bride, assisted Tami Cox, Marilyn Meneely and Ginny Schad. After a wedding trip to Bahamas, the couple now make their home on a farm near Barnett. Mr. Schad is executive director of the office in Versailles, and the bride is a home economist with the UMC Extension Service Service in the Lake of the Area. A rehearsal dinner was at Union Church Friday evening, evening, Nov. 26, hosted by the bridegroom's parents. Hosting a buffet luncheon and bridal shower on Nov. was Doris Tracy, Versailles. Debbie Cox, Beth Draffen, Amy and Rosella Schad hosted a wedding shower at Hopewell Union Church.