Clipped From Independent Press-Telegram
Mrs. Florence Pearson Herman Ridden in New ol cookbook The wedding of Mrs. Florence Murphy Pearson, daughter Mr and Mrs. Frederick Duncan Murphy of Llewellyn Rd., Montclair N. J., and Little Boar's Head, N. H., to Herman Henry oÂ£ Long Beach, son of Mrs. Hilda Ridder of New York City Bernard H. Ridder of St. Paul, Minn., took place at Montclair noon yesterday in the Chapel of Central Presbyterian Church. ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Morgan Phelps Noyes, reception was held at Mayfair. Farms, West Orange. . . . The bride, given in .marriage Godwin, a a by her father, wore a ballerina- lerigth gown oÂ£ ice. blue lace, fashioned with a fitted bodice, sweetheart, neckline and long sleeves. She wore a coronet and slippers of the same, lace and a 'corsage of deep purple orchids. Mrs. Ceeburn Lee of Geneva, N. (Y., was the bride's matron of fionor. She was gowned in a fuchsia' nylon tulle with matching hat and accessories and wore a corsage . of pink orchids. Miss Gail Murphy of Essex Falls, N. J., niece of the bride, a junior bridesmaid, wore a dress of white Chantilly lace over pale orchid taffeta, a hair circlet and wristband of. pale lavender baby orchids. Bernard H. Ridder was best man for his son and ushers in- cluded Daniel Ridder of St. Paul, Minn., and Joseph B. Ridder of Saratoga, Calif., brothers of the bridegroom; Edwin C. Hedekin of Mamaroneck, N. Y., and Edwin S. Vogler of Manhasset, N. Y. Mrs. Ridder attended the Kimberly School of Montclair and National Park Seminary, Washington, D. C. She is a graduate of Miss Beard's Ridder is a graduate of All Hallow's Institute and is an alumnus of Columbia University. He is publisher of the Independent-Eress-Telegram of this city and president of Ridder Publications, Inc. He holds the of lieutenant colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve. After a wedding trip to Mexico, the .couple will reside in Long Beach.