WE50IN6 BELLS RWS OUt. Miss Oa&sie V. 6ld6f> Becomes theWtfs af Burdd 6ftfil& Woodrlrtg. this mottling lit nlfjhis o'olnolr f.l"*. Morris ft $#fttt#., fmtoF of tho trinity Methodist fiptsooi at ohnrch, of ' 1o.»r. fl*lrt, titolted MM8 iffsMo Wrn-tl Bidet Atui Rndd Kur'e WoridHm* in rriAriiage, 'Fton weddJfitf ppt"' K ttiiii ,5- «a< pnffnf'Hied in tha Trinity elum-h niul vtH ft V0>y quicf. affair, in only tho Itmnodttlte fixmiiifiB of the luippy .vonngeoupU) *ofo prosfiiif,. Mrs. I-tugh Tobfn played tho "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin ns tho u-Ofldlhft party entered iho church and wulkod to thfta'tar, and during the nere^ mony thn sweet strfllhs of tho "Klo'wer Girl" pealed throughout the edifice. Tho bride is an accomplished yottng •ladv, and for wnvtml years hns boon the etndont bookkeeper and stonogrupher fur tho Amerionti Union Telephone company company atOleaffleld. Mr. Woodring holds n I'Hiponslblo clerkship with tho Pennsylvania Pennsylvania IIillroad company, in Tyrone. U« is a bright, industrious yonng mail iind \vil make a splendid husband, Their many fripuds in Tyrone wish them unbounded joy and happiness through life, and that a shadow unay IIHVIM- cross their pathway, Mr and Mrs. Wnodring left ou the Now York Central for an exti ndod wed- Ming tour t rough tho oastorn part of L'i)iiu>ylvauhv, and up along tho lakes. They Will make Tyrone their future llOllll'.