Rice-Rose Rice-Rose Rice-Rose Wedding Is Announced OCALA, June 22. (Special) Mrs. Ann Hope Rice and Graham E. Rose were married yesterday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam R. Pyles, in the presence presence of members of the two families. Hies. The couple exchanged vows in front of the fireplace banked with greenery in the living room. Candelabra holding holding lighted candles were placed on either side, and pink roses were used at other points in the room. The bride wore an afternoon dress of navy blue organdy over taffeta with circular skirt. The fitted, elon gated bodice featured a small rolled collar and short cap sleeves, and was finished in scallops at the hipline. Her picture hat of navy horsehair braid was trimmed with pale blue flowers. She carried a nosegay bouquet of sweetheart roses and tuberoses. Miss Jimmie Mae Pyles was her sister's maid of honor and Donald (Buddy) Rose served as best man for his brother. An informal reception followed the ceremony. When Mr. and Mrs. Rose left for a wedding trip to South Florida, the bride wore a cocoa brown gabardine suit, with matching shoes and bag of linen, beige blouse and natural straw hat. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. Rose will reside on Lake Weir Ave. Mrs. Rose is a graduate of local schools and Harcum Junior College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. She is a member of Rose Circle, Pioneer Garden Club. Mr. Rose, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Rose, is a graduate of Georgia Georgia Military Academy and the University University of Florida where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. fraternity. During the war he served in the Marine Corps, with duty in the South Pacific. He is a member of the Ocala Elks Lodge, Exchange Club, Junior Chamber of Commerce, and is president of the Marion County University of Florida Alumna Club. He is connected with his father in the Marion Construction Company.