BOWEN-TROLINDER SHAMROCK, July 1 (Special) -- Miss Lorrena Bowen, daughter of Ival Bowen and the late Mrs. became the bride-of Clifford Trolin- der. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tro- linder of Klrkland, on Sunday 16. The wedding took place at the home of Hev. Broughten of Acme, who officiated. Mrs. Cleo Thornton, sister of the bridegroom, was matron-of-honor, and Paul Thornton served as best man. Mrs. Trolinder is well known in! Shamrock, having been employed the Corner Drug before her! I marriage. The bridegroom recently received I his discharge from the Army Air Corps after four years of service. Trolinder is employed by the J. Chambers C i g a r Company Childress, where the couple will be at home.