fc;'w.,W.7., 7 i J rfV Tit M V A MM s,-;:s?-:.s ' - Slip MRS. ROGER 1.. COZZENS (FLOWERS) .ma I 1-,"; 5 ' " - V ' . ' . . ills Double ring rites unite pair in Hanover Hanover Methodist Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Darla Lee Flowers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester II. Flowers, Rt. 7, and Roper Lee Cozzens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Cozzens Jr. of Rt.8. The Rev. Roy Gearheart officiated for the 2 p.m. May 14 double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor - length gown in nylon sheer accented with Juliet sleeves and trimmed with acetate and nylon lace appliques. A cluster of roses held her bouffant cathredal - length illusion veil and she carried a cascade of white carnations and yellow roses with white satin streamers. Attendants were Miss Donna Arthur as maid of honor and Wayne Lauvary w as best man. Miss Arthur wore a green floor - length gown accented with white trim and long sleeves. She wore a picture frame hat and carried a colonial arrangement of daisies with green streamers. A reception followed in the Hanover Masonic Temple for 125 guests with Miss Judy Cozzens. Mrs. Roy Wilson, Mrs. Karl Wallace, Mrs. Emerson Acord. Mrs. Sylvester Lauvary and Mrs. Kenneth Wolford as hostesses. The bride is a 1909 graduate of Licking Valley High School and of 3-B School of Beauty. She is employed at the First National Bank. The bridegroom is a 1968 graduate of Licking Valley and is employed as a Marathon distributor. They are living at Rt 7.