* * * * * Â» * * Carolyn Elaine Miller, Patrick Snedden Wed'Sunday Afternoon Calvary Methodist church was the scene of the wedding of Miss Carolyn Elaine Miller, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Arthur Miller, 220 South Fifteenth st., and B. Patrick Snedden, son of Mrs. Nancy Snedden, 228 South Second St., which took place Sunday afternoon at 3:30. The Rev. Robert Forsythe, pastor of the church, officiated before the altar decorated with palms and gladioli combined with two seven- branched candelabrae. Preceding the exchange of vows, Miss June Browning, organist, presented the following selections: "0 Promise Me," "The Sweetest Story Ever Told," "I Love You Truly," "The Lord's Prayer," "I Love Thee," "0 Perfect Love," the bridal chorus and wedding march from Lohengrin. The bride, who was given by marriage by her father, was beautiful in a ballerina-length wedding gown of white lace and tulle over satin. Style details featured a sa- briaa neckline, and short sleeves, with which she wore lace mitts. Her finger-tip veil of silk illusion was caught by a headband of sequins and rhinestones, and she carried a white Bible topped with white rosebuds. The bride's only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Norma Pretzeus, maid of honor, wore a powder blue net and tulle over taffeta dress and carried SAN-DAR SMORGASBORD BELLVILLE, OHIO WILL BE CLOSED SEPTEMBER 12, 13, 14, 15 WÂ« Close Every Monday and Tuttday HAY Says, START TO SCHOOL WITH NEW SNORKEL Here's the gift for those important years ahead. You'll be proud to give th* world-famed clean-filling Mr. and Mrs. Patrick SnÂ«ddtn a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations. Robert Snedden served his brother as best man. Seating the guests were Kenneth Lowery and Asa Schaffer, ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Miller chose a blue silk crepe dress with white accessories and the mother of the bridegroom wore blue faille with navy complements. Both wore corsages of pink and white carnations. A reception for approximately 75 guests followed the ceremony in the home of the bride's parents. Pink and white flowers and white tapers, with a tiered wedding cake decorated the tea table. Assisting were Mrs. James Stine, Mrs. Robert Edwards, "Miss Alice McAllister and Miss Joanne Aronhalt When the couple left for a week's wedding trip through the eastern states and Washington, D. C.,'the bride was wearing a turquoise blue sheath dress with white accessories. The corsage carried for her wedding was pinned at her shoulder. The bride is a graduate of Coshocton high school, class of'1955, and received her training as an X-ray technician at Mount Sinai hospital, Cleveland. She is employed in the office of Dr. Jones, Zanesville. The bridegroom, a graduate of Coshocton high school, class of 954, is employed at the local ;er store. The couple will live in their y purchased trailer at 1602 East Ihestnut st Out-of-town wedding guests were from Cleveland, Akron and Newcomerstown. The Ladies Aid of Emmanuel .utheran church met at the par- sh house Tuesday evening with .6 members and one visitor present. Mrs. Harlan Roahrig had of the program which featured contests, vocal solos "Like as a Heart Desireth," and "Sympathy," y Mrs. Glenhard Richmond with Mrs. Olan Aughbaugh accompanist, and a reading by Miss Carrie Refreshments were served by tfrs. Edward Downey and Mrs. Jesse Erman hostesses. The next meeting will be Oct. 2 at the parish house, with Mrs. Tolen Mortine and Mrs. Virgil Spring hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schmidt and daughter, Peggy, South Fourth st. have returned from a vacation at Lake Leelanau, Mich. Peggy will spend the week-end in Colum}us attending a progressive dinner party and on Sept. 23 will enter her sophomore year at Columbus Art school.