Cynthia Ellen Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Phelps Dodge of Minden, Neb., was married last Saturday, November 29, to Edward James Woodhouse, Jr., son of Dr. Margaret K. Woodhouse of Radford, Va. and the late Edward James Woodhouse. The ceremony was performed at Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill at the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Va. by the Rev. Frank H. Vest, Jr., godfather of the bridegroom, assisted by the Rev. R. Baldwin Lloyd. A reception was held at the Jefferson Hotel in this city.
Ann Morgan Dodge was maid of honor for her sister and Murray MacDonald Beach served as best man.
The bride, who will retain her maiden name, was an assistant public defender for the 16th judicial circuit in Kansas City, Mo. She graduated from the Sidwell Friends School of Law. Her father, now retired, was formerly a partner in the patent law firm of Dodge & Ostmann in Arlington.
The bridegroom is a partner in the law firm of Goldsmith, Anderson & Woodhouse in Radford. He graduated from the Kent School (Ct.), Harvard College and the University of Virginia Law School. His father was a professor of political science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his mother is a professor of history at Radford University (Va.).
Following a honeymoon in England, the couple will live in Radford.