Clipped From Harrisburg Telegraph
Floral Setting For Her Nuptial White flowers and foliage plants were the decorations in the Firs Church of God for the mar riage today at 2 o'clock of Miss Lorraine Harman, daugh' ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Harman 113 North Seventeenth street, to Graydon E. Livingston, son of William Livingston and the late Mrs. Livingston, of Oberlin. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Paul Watson, with Mrs. Richard Showers, organist, and Mrs. Robert Houseal, soprano. in care of the music. Mr. Harman gave his daughter in marriage. She was gowned in white faille with heart neckline, long sleeves, and a train on the full skirt. A headdress of orange blossoms and lace held her fin gertip veil and she carried an orchid - marked Bible with show ers of white flowers. Mrs. Elmer Garner was matron of honor, wearing a blue satin and marquisette gown. Her headdress and bouquet were of talisman roses. Miss Dorothy Moore, in pink net and jersey, and Miss Isabel Zlo - gar, m aquamarine net and jersey. were bridesmaids, carrying pink roses and wearing the same kind of flowers as headdresses. Miss Shirley Paul, the taper - lighter, was gowned in pink taffeta and had a corsage of spring flowers. George Greene, of Philadel phia, was best man and ushers were John Morgan and Herman Homzie. The social room of the church was the scene of the reception and after a short wedding trip to New York, Mr. and Mrs. Livingston will live at 113 North Seventeenth street. The bride attended John Harris High School and is employed in the revenue accounting depart ment of the Bell Telephone Com' pany. Mr. Livingston was graduated from Swatara Township High School and is employed by the Bethlehem Steel Company.