Monroe – Livingston

In the presence of a few close friends Miss Fannie Ellen Monroe became the bride of George Herman Livingston. The ceremony was performed Sunday afternoon, May 29, by the Rev. R. L. Holroyd, pastor of Main Street Methodist Church of Columbia.

The bride wore a charming traveling suit of navy blue and white with accessories to match and a shoulder corsage of pink rosebuds and fern. She is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Monroe (Mrs. Minnie Glen Motley Monroe) of Blaney. Her charming personality has won for her a wide circle of friends who regret that her marriage will take her to another city to live. She is a 1931 graduate of the Blaney high school.

The bridegroom is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Livingston of Newberry and is now associated in business with his father. He received his education in the public schools of Newberry and Newberry college.

Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip through the mountains of North Carolina. After their return they will make their home on Charles street, Newberry.

June 3, 1932 State (published as The State)
Columbia, South Carolina
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