Train C G f Miss M Â·v Miss .Jeanne Marie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Miller of 130 Fobes ave., and Robert F. Bowker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bowker of Homer, were united in hiarriage at 10 a. m. yesterday in Blessed Sacrament Church by the Rev. Francis Sheedy. Miss Janet I. Miller was maid of honor and Miss Janice Ewell and Miss Betty Foppes were bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Marilyn Miller and Miss Karen Bowker, sisters of the principals. Wayland L. Mead was best -man and Clayton Bowker, Jr., and Carlton Bowker, brothers^ brothers^ of the b r i d e g r o o m , were ushers. Organdy flowers w e r e a p; p; pliqued to the bateau neckline of; the bride's ivory taffeta gown.i which had a bouffant skirt w i t h ! a chapel train. A fingertip illu-; sion veil was ararnged from a ] bonnet of matching taffeta and i she carried white gladioli in n i cascade bouquet. Miss Ewell was dressed In yellow yellow crystalette and carried peach gladioli. Other attendants wore light green crystalette gowns and their bouquets were yellow glad- 1 Â· i Â· 1 noli. ! A f t e r the ceremony, a reception i took place at the home of the! ibridc's uncle and a u n t , Mr. and t [Mrs. H. F. Jones, of 420 C h e r r y ; !rd. When the couple departed f o r !a trip to Canada and New England, England, the bride traveled in a white linen suit with blue accessories and a corsage of white carnations. They will reside in Marathon. The bride is a graduate of Eastwood Eastwood High School and was graduated graduated last month from Cortland State Teachers College. Mr. Bowker Bowker is an alumnus of Homer Ccn- TrumbuH Miss Rcgina M. Hodge Engaged to Robert R. Hinman. Miss Hodge es Troth Â·Â· :.:"Â·Â·:Â·,Â·Â·...; "i^ ,v,i. .. Â·-^r'.fsfc^ ' Pledg The engagement of Miss Regina M. Hodge, to Bobert R. Kinman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery V. Hinman Hinman of Gilboa, is announced by her mother. Mrs. Myrtle R. Hodge of 110 Berger ave." The bride-elect Korrlf Mrs Robert F. B o w k e r , the f Jeanne Marie Miller, becamp a bridr yesterday in Blessed Sacrament Church. is the daughter of the late Elvin tral School and served three years L. Hodge The wedding .will take!in the U. S. Army. He is em- place in August. iployed by Neiderhoffor Construc- Miss Hodge was graduated fromUion Company, Cortland.