Sutton, Harvey Lyman wed to Melvina Tamsett at Morris
Miss Tamsett of Morris is Bride
Becomes Wife of Harvey Lyman Sutton, Son of
Sidney Pastor, at Pretty Ceremony
Morris, July 6---A pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Tamsett, when their only daughter, Miss Melvina Genevieve, became the wife of Harvey Lyman Sutton, only son of Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Sutton of Sidney. The ceremony, including the double ring service, was performed by the groom's father, in the presence of the immediate relatives and close friends.
The bride wore a white silk crepe gown and veil held in place with a lace cap. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Her bridesmaid was Miss Florence Sutton, sister of the groom, who wore light blue organdie and carried pink roses. Clifton Tamsett, brother of the bride, was best man.
The wedding party assembled under an arch in the living room in front of a bay window, which was decorated with baskets of canterbury bells. Preceding the ceremony, Mrs. Hobart Benjamin sang “I Love You Truly.”
She was accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Dykeman.
Immediately following the ceremony, luncheon was served on the lawn, after which the couple left for a wedding trip through the Finger Lake region. The bride wore a traveling suit of grey tweed with white accessories.
Mrs. Sutton is a graduate of Morris high school and Oneonta Normal school, and is a teacher in the Morris central school system. Mr. Sutton, also a graduate of Morris high school, attended Hartwick college one year and was five and one-half years at the Cornell school of Agriculture. At present he is senior technician of greater Binghamton district CCC, having charge of Unit three motion pictures. Both are well known in this community and the best wishes of their many friends will be extended.
They were recipients of many gifts, including dishes, linen and electrical appliances.
Guests from other towns included Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Sutton and daughters, Florence, Miriam and Ruth, Sidney; Mrs. Christina Stebbins, W. F. McCulloch, Hempstead, L. I.; Mrs. Claude Frink and daughter Viola, Norwich; Mr. and Mrs. George Holden and daughter Joan, Mrs. Hazel Roffe, and Mrs. Aletta Heger, Gilbertsville; Mr. and Mrs. Jules Pease, Oneonta.