In a double ring ceremony solemnized sol-emnized in Skaggs Memorial Chapel Cha-pel of the First Baptist Church, Miss Elino" Bartlett became the bride of Arthur Vv. Fonda, Friday. Bruce Smart, LDS bishop, officiated officia-ted at the rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bartlett, Caquipec, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala, Guatem-ala, who came to Salt Lake fcr the wedding. The bridegroom is the son cf Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fonda, 1111 Emerson Ave. She chose a gown of silk shan- '. tung designed princess style, bal- lerina length, with lace embroidered embroid-ered in bands at the bust and hip " j lines. The bodice was fashioned with a square neckline and lily - , point sleeves. Her fingertip veil cf silk illusion was held in place by ., ; a silk shantung cap trimmed with lace. , -A Attending the bride were Miss Carole Casseil, maid of honor, ' . Miss Theone Paxton and Miss Becky Larsen, bridesmaids. Robert Bartlett was best man. ; Ushers were Byron McLeese, Rick Blackom and Robert Wright. They were feted at a reception at the Delta Delta Delta sorority house on the campus. The new Mrs. Fonda was a graduate gra-duate of Olympus High .School, V " and attended the University of Ut-ah. Ut-ah. She is a former "Miss Sugar ;- House" queen.