Clipped From The Daily Mail
THE Mae, on June Couple Marry Here April 1 M i s s ^ildred C. And F, Richard Saylor Exchange Vows. The Grace United Brethren sonage formed the setting for pretty but quiet wedding on day, April 1, at 7:30 p. m., Miss Mildred C. Rolens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rogers, Paramount, became the bride F. Richard Saylor, son of Edgar Saylor, West Washington street, and thÂ« late Mrs. Saylor. The single ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Gordon Rider in the presence of friends of the couple. The bride selected for her ding a navy blue gabardine suit with navy and white accessories and a corsage of rosebuds. They were attended by the Misses Virginia and Naomi Edwin Barneg and John Bast. Immediately following the cere- mony the couple left for a brief wedding trip and are now at 156 South Potomac street. Mrs. Saylor attended the Hager*- town High School and iÂ« now ployed at McCrory's Store. Her husband was graduated from the Hagerstown High School with class of 1939 and served approxi- mately three and a half years the U. S. Army, two years of was spent overseas. He is now- employed w i t h the T.O.T.E. out of Baltimore.