Walling, Herbert M. wed to Marjorie Julia Kipp 1946
Married September 21, 1946
Marjorie Julia Kipp, 55 Riverside, and Herbert M. Walling, 129 Helen St., Binghamton, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon at 4, in St. Paul's Episcopal church at Sidney. White gladioli, laurel and autumn leaves, provided the background for the rites, which were read by Rev. Rollin D. Malany.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Kipp, and the bridegroom's mother is Mrs. H. M. Walling.
Richard McCLelland, Sidney, presented an organ recital of nuptial music, and accompanied Mrs. Mc Clelland who sang “Ave Maria,” and “Because.”
Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride appeared in white satin, fashioned with long sleeves ending in points at the wrists, sweetheart neckline, and modified train. Her fingertip veil was caught to a halo of orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of gardenias and sweetpeas. She also wore a strand of gold beads, belonging to a great aunt, and worn both by the bride's mother and her sister, Mrs. Charles Landers, Sidney, at their weddings.
Mrs. Landers was her sister's matron of honor and was attired in a gold satin gown styled like that worn by the bride. The same gowns were worn at the time of the marriage of the bride's sister, Mrs. Charles Landers seven years ago. A picture hat, brown accessories and bouquet of pompoms and blue delphiniums, completed her ensemble.
The flower girl was Linda Landers, niece of the bride, who was dressed in floorlength blue satin, with puffed sleeves and lace inserts. She had a matching hat, and carried a colonial nosegay of Pompoms and delphiniums.
Everett Allen, Jr., Binghamton, cousin of the bridegroom, served as best man; and Clifford Decker, Binghamton, and Charles Landers, Sidney, brother-in-law of the bride, seated the guests.
A reception for 125 followed at the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake with a fanshaped bouquet of garden flowers and candles forming the background. Featuring the buffet luncheon was a variety of Swiss cookies made by Mrs. Frank Borchert, Sidney.
For receiving her guests, the bride's mother chose a gray crepe with brown accessories. Her corsage was yellow roses. The bridegroom's mother selected royal blue, with black accessories with a corsage of red roses.
When the couple return from a wedding trip, they will live in Greene. For traveling, Mrs. Walling was garbed in a dress of gray wool with gold and black accessories. An orchid formed her corsage.
A graduate of Sidney High school and Oneonta STC, the bride taught in Oxford four years. She was then graduated from Colt Memorial Babies' Hospital in Newark, N. J. For four years she has been associated with her father in his grocery store.
The bridegroom, who is a graduate of Binghamton High school, served 36 months in the Asiatic and Pacific theaters. He is employed as a salesman by the Binghamton Slag Roofing Co.
Out-of-town wedding guests were from Newark, N. J.; Burlington, Wis.; New York City; Binghamton, Olean, Dansville, Oneonta, Oxford, Callicoon, Milford, and Wyalusing, Pa.