Zoe Frazier to weds today, 26 Jul 1947 to John L Warner.
graduate in the Company, of wa Zoe Frazier . To Be Bride Be Wed This 'Afternoon to New Lebanon Center Man lira 4 o'clock wteflding this afternoon at the Church of Our in Lebanon Springs, N.Y., Miss Frazier of 11 Taconic Street, daughter of the late Mr. and 'Bayard Rhodes Frazieo, will be married to John Lindsley Warner, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warner of New Lebanon Center and New York City. The ceremony will be performed in a setting of ferns and white garden flowers by Rev. Sherhan W. Andrews of Trinity Church, Milford, assisted by Rev. Malcolm Eckel of Darrow School in Lebanon. Miss Eleanor Lawler will play traditional organ selections. A reception Â·w'ill follow at the Lebanon Springs home of Mr. and Richard Holmes Rees. . The briile, who is to be by her brother, Loring Rhodes Frazier of Swampscott, will have as maid of honor her sister, Rose Lucille Frazier of Berkeley, Cal. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Donald E. Hayn of Pittsfield and Douglas Warner, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, of Syracuse, N.Y. The Misses Nancy Lee and Lynn Taylor are to be flower for their aunt. Everett Warner New York City will be his brother's best man, and Douglas Warner, another brother, of Syracuse and Mr. Rees are to usher. The bride's fitted gown is of marquisette and lace with full sleeves, and her veil in finger-tip lenglh. She w'ill carry a Colonial bouquet of white roses and peas. The honor attendant will owned in white organdy with frosted bodice and full skirt. She will wear a headdress of garden flowers corresponding to her Colonial bouquet. The bridesmaids and flower girls are to be in similar gowns. Their headdresses headdresses and Colonial bouquets of garden flowers contrasting to the maid of honor's. . For a wedding trip, the bride wi'l wear a lime green dress 3rown accessories. After Aug. 10, ,he couple will be at home Lebanon Center, N.Y. The bride, a graduate of and Pittsfield schools, is a - draftsman draftsman in the GE transformer department. department. Mr. Warner, operator of a dairy farm in New Lebanon "tenter, received his degree in :rical engineering from Union ege and served 3% years in Europe Â·u'ith the Signal Corps, from which he was separated with rank of captain.