Sandra A Rhinemiller weds Rodney A Jones
Sandra A. Rhinemiller Weds Rodney A. Jones ON THEIR RETURN from a wedding trip to Montreal and Quebec, Quebec, Mr. and Mf*. Rodney Arthur Jones wttl reside at their new tome on Elmwood Drive, Greenwich. Greenwich. Mrs. Jones, the former Sandra Ann Rhinemiller, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Rhine- miller, IIS Edison Drive, Milan, Mr. Jones' parents Ire Mr. ind Mrs. Millard Jones, 16 S. Kniffen St., Greenwidi. Hie couple spekt their- vows April 29 in Milan Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. H. L. Miller Miller officiating at the 7:30 ceremony. ceremony. Wedding selections were played by William Scheid at the organ. Altar decorations irtcluded arrangements arrangements of snow white gladioli and pink carnations, flanked with tall seven-branch candelabra, entwined entwined with emerald pine leaves and clusters of white ribbon and pink grapes. Also beautifying the scene were pedestal vases of apple apple blossom glads and pink carnations, carnations, while in each window was a grouping of candles with ivy and green foliage. Family pews were marked with white satin bows. Giveri in marriage by her father, father, the bride wore an original princess style gown fashioned of white silk organza, and featuring a notched scoop neckline and short sleeves. Reembroidered alencon Kegistcr photo—Eweii studio lace accented the dress from side MRS. RODNEY ARTHUR JONES (Sandra Ann Rhinemiller) Martha June Lee Is Bride Of Ronson Shipley NOW RESIDING at 16 >/2 North|full skirt. Her matching headdress Main St., Monroeville, are Mr. and Mrs. Ronson D. Shipley, who were married in St. Andrew's Episcopal Episcopal Church. Elyria. Mrs. Shipley is the former Martha June Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Lee, 279 Monroe St. Monroeville. Monroeville. Her husband is the son of Melvin Shipley, 189 Benedict Ave., Norwalk. The couple spoke their vows in an April 15 ceremony with the Rev. William Neil Roller, of Elyria, officiating at 4:30 p.m. White gladioli and pompons adorned the altar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white lace street length dress, styled with large puff sleeves, a round neckline and bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil caught to a tiara. White carnations carnations composed her bouquet, and for jewel accent, she wore a diamond pendant necklace. Mrs. Virginia Imperi, of Huron, was matron of honor for her sister. sister. She was gowned in a powder blue dress with lace bodice and was of net, and she carried pink carnations tied in blue bows. Gerald Dean Hoover attended as best man. Mrs. Lee selected a beige silk dress with matching accessories. Her corsage was fashioned of pink carnations. —Mrsi -Shipley wore a powder blue suit complemented with a white hat trimmed with a blue flower. Her accessories were white, and she wore a white carnation corsage. corsage. A dinner for the immediate families, families, and Rev. and Mrs. Roller, was held at the Wishbone Restaurant Restaurant near Oberlin. The new Mrs. Shipley is a graduate of Monroeville High School and is employed as a secretary secretary for Armstrong-Myers, Inc., Monroeville. Her husband graduated graduated from Norwalk High School and is an employe of Comet Clean ers, Norwalk. The couple plan a wedding trip to Northern Michigan later this summer. neckline to hem. A pink satin band and streamers were added details. A front pleat and chapel train highlighted the graceful skirfaj A coronet of white and pink pearls held the bridal veil of English pure silk illusion. The bride carried carried a flowing cascade of fleur-de- mur pink sweetheart roses and stephahotis, with ivy streamers. The ony jewel complement was the groom's gift of pearl drop earrings. earrings. Sue Russell, of Sahagun, Mexi- Oxford Club Elects New Slate Oxford Homemakers, at their regular meeting, made plans to tour the Milan Museum. Fur • ther details will be arranged at the May meeting. New officers were named when the club met with Mrs. Frederick Deering. Mrs. John Schaeffer heads the slate as president, with Mrs. Merlin Lamb, vice-president; vice-president; Mrs. Raymond Baughman, secretary, Mrs. Harold Raymond, treasurer, and Mrs. Robert] Schaeffer, historian. tt was announced Mrs. Paul Crecelius, Route 1, Milan, is new Erie County rural health chairman. chairman. co, a sorority sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Jo Ann Ivory of Ann Arbor, Mich, a college classmate, and Jaye Jean Banville, of Elyria, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. The, attendants wore street length dresses of aqua sure silk organza with schiffli-embroid- ered bodices, scoop necklines, and short snug sleeves. The wraparound wraparound barrel skirts were also of silk, and a large tailored bow accented accented the side front waistline. The junior bridesmaid's frock was styled with a skirt of inverted pleats, and a rolled collar to com plement the neckline. The attendants' attendants' headdresses were scalloped coronets of nylon braid and aurora bi-realis crystals, All carried cascades cascades of new pink elegance carnations carnations with clusters of pink daisies. daisies. Jerry H. Jones, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Voy Harmon, of Savannah, Savannah, Ohio, Dean Wilson, of Greenwich, and Leroy King, of Bowling Green. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Rhinemiller chose an aqua silk organza sheath dress with matching accessories and a corsage corsage of pink cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Jones was attired in a beige silk organza sheath dress with corresponding accessories. Her corsage was of green cymMdium orchids. Also attending were the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rosekelly, Mrs. Fred Rhinemiller, and the great-grandfather great-grandfather of the bride, Charles Dickel. White carnations composed composed the grandmothers' corsages. corsages. Elks Country Club, Norwalk, was the scene of the reception from 8:30 to 11 o'clock, for 225 guests. A four-tier cake, frosted in pink, white and aqua, and two bell cakes, inscribed with the couple's names, graced the table. Garlands draped the refreshment tables, and an unusual feature was the garden setting with a love seat and decorations of apple apple blossoms. A ceiling was fashioned fashioned of pink apple blossoms and green ferns. Pink and aqua carnations carnations also graced the buffet table. table. Mrs. Robert LaBel of Columbus, Columbus, cousin of the bride, had charge of the guest book. The new Mrs. Jones is a 1958 graduate of Milan High School, and attended Miami University, where her sorority was TDelta Zeta. Her husband graduated from Greenwich High School in the 1954 class. He is production supervisor of Akron Standard Mold Co., Greenwich, and is president president of the Rotary Club there. A rehearsal party was given by the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Ralph Rosekelly, and her aunt, Mrs. Wayne White, for the bridal] party and families. The White] home was scene of the party. '