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lor Cannot Exercise Ceunino. S.M. Hawaii Is Couple's Honeymoon Locale Honeymooning in Hawaii following following their wedding Saturday are Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Griffith Griffith (Rostmarie Maccan). St. Catherine's church in Burlingame Burlingame was the setting for the 3:30 p. m. ceremony, which was read by the Bev. James O'Neill. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victof Maccan of Burlin - garae. was given in marriage by her father. Her mother witnessed the rites in a lace sheath u moss green and a brown orchid. Silk organza and lace were fashioned into a day length bridal gown for Rosemarie. Her headdress was a crown of seed pearls and she carried carried butterfly orchids and lilies of the valley. a comfortable couch machine coaxes off inches any spot you desire. First visit brings RESULTS FI 1 - 3916 Jane Hainan of Hillsborough served as maid of honor and Penny Fee, also of Hillsborough, was bridesmaid. Their gowns were of electric blue lace, styled as sheaths, with a chiffon side drape. Darlene Darata and Ger - aldine Briganti, nieces of the bride, werf junior bridesmaids, They were attired in white nylon frocks sashed with blue chiffon. Standing with Lloyd was Donald Donald Endemann and James Griffith, Griffith, a brother of the bridegroom, and George Lawson seated the guests. The new Mrs. Griffith studied at the College of San Mateo. She is the sister of Mrs. D. J. Brigan ti, Alfred Maccan. Mrs. Al Piparo, Mrs. Michael Darata, Mrs. William William Boiko and Ens. Peter Mae - can. Her husband is the son oi Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Griffith of Burlingame and the brother of James and Jcftrey Griffith. Mrs. Griffith wore a gown o beige and an orchid corsage for her son s wedding. A reception following the cere mony took place at Bob's on Broadway. The justweds depart ed for the honeymoon with the new Mrs. Griffith wearing a beige silk sheath and black patent accessories. accessories.