*"VM MRS. JOHN DUDLEY WILEY Miss Morrison And Lt. Wiley Are Married At Loray Church Miss Patricia Ziem Morrison was married to Lt. John Dudley Wiley of Charlotte at 6 o'clock Saturday evening. The ceremony was in historic Concord Presbyterian Presbyterian Church at Loray, of which the bridegroom's late father, Rev. E.V. Wiley, was pastor. Rev. J. R. Phipps, the present pastor of Concord Concord church and Dr. A. A. McLean McLean of Montreal heard the pledging of the vows. hat and had teakwood bag, white kid gloves, and a corsage of roses. roses. . Out-of-town guests included Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Whittinghill and their son, Alvin, of Chapel Hill; Dr. A. A. McLean of Montreat; Mr. and Mrs. William McCormick of St. Paul's; Mr. and Mrs. James Parker, Siler City; Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Taylor and family, Denton; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Fulmer, Gaf- The bridal couple will live in i fney, S. C.: Mr. and Mrs. McLeese Wichita, Kans., where Lt. Wiley will be stationed at McConnel Air Force Base. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ziem Morrison, Monticello Drive. Statesville. She graduated from Scotts High School and from Mitchell College and in June of this year received her diploma from Woman's College, Greensboro. This past summer she was organist at the First Associate Associate Reformed Presbyterian Chruch in Slatesville. Lt. Wiley, the son of Mrs. E. V. Wiley of Charlotte and the late j Mr. Wiley graduated from Darlington Darlington Preparatory School at Rome, -Ga., and attended Davidson College and Mars Hill College. He has just completed training with the United States Air Force Pilot School and received his commission commission as second lieutenant and his wings at Reese Air Force Base, Lubbock, Tex. The bride, who was given in mar- irage by her father, wore a dress of white slipper satin, designed and made by her mother. Detail of lace applique extended down the front of the bouffant skirt which spread into a chapel-length train. Her veil of silk illusion was worn with a Juliet cap of handmade lace brought from Venice by the bride- grroms sister. Her only jewelry was a cameo heirloom necklace and she carried a cascade bouquet bouquet of white roses and greenery. The bride had two honor attendants. attendants. Miss Dora Lee Wiley of Charlotte, Charlotte, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, and Miss Sylvia Morrison of Statesville, the bride's sister, was maiden of honor. honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sarah Parker of Richmond, Va., the bride's roommate at Woman's College; College; Miss Jane Gaither and the bride's cousin, Mrs. Bill Johnson, both of Statesville. The attendants wore street-length dresses of French blue satin and matching veiled hats, and carried carried cascade bouquets of cream- colored mums. Bob Wooten of Monroe was best man. The bride's brother, Rickey Morrison of Statesville, ushered with Willis Cloer and Tom Johnson of Statesville and Henry Massey of Mt. Holly. The bride's mother wore an emerald emerald green silk dress, with white feather hat. The bridegroom's mother mother wore a peacock blue brocade dress and matching hat. Both had white orchid corsages. In the church were greenery and an arch of candles. Mrs. Hugh Ervin Ervin of Statesville was at the organ for the wedding music. A receiving line, formed in the vestibule of the church after the ceremony, included the bridal couple, couple, their parents and the bride's attendants. For a trip to the North Carolina Mountains the bride changed to a teal blue Arnel dress, with pleated skirt. She wore matching feather Rae, Matthews; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Shoemaker, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKinnon, Mr, and Mrs. William M. Fulmer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Stephn Stephn L. Barden, Charlotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lewis, Clearfield, Utah. RETURNS HOME Mrs. J. Rom Cook, route 1, Trout man, has returned to her home from Davis Hospital after undergoing undergoing minor surgery.