Kathleen Golden Smith marries Leonard Lynch
to the to of a be of at C. WED AT ST. JOHN'S The marriage of Miss Kathleen Golden Smith, daughter xi Mr. an4 Mrs. Adam J. Smith, 41 Prospect) street, to Leonard Lynch, of New) 1 York, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Lynch, of Old Forge, took place this morning at 9 o'clock ii B4- B4- John's R. C Church. Rev. H. T.lKennedy peri formed the ceremony tad celebrated! me nuptial Mass whlchWoUowed. , The bride i white maice taffetaT fashioned I will V-neck, V-neck, V-neck, leg o'mutton sleeves, ; Ugh. uuiuco witn iuu sKirt ending m a, I long train. A finger-tip finger-tip finger-tip Tell of tulla" was wom and was held In place by two small rosettes of orange blossoms. blossoms. She carried a white prayer" Dook, covered with gardenias and from! wnicn nung several markers of .111 lles-of-the-valley. lles-of-the-valley. lles-of-the-valley. lles-of-the-valley. lles-of-the-valley. lles-of-the-valley. lles-of-the-valley. The attendants were James Roche. of Old Forge, and Miss Ann McPhll- McPhll- lips, of Suffern, N. y, who wore, a Grecian gown of peach chiffon, cnd- cnd- tag in a slight train, and had a bo- bo- loro jacket with puff sleeves. Hefl Juliet cap of peach tulle had a crown of gold flowers and shoulder veil. v- v- wu vii vs. uagaui;uv4 WlUII'm ' bouquet. Ralph Lynch and Walter Lynch. brothers of the 'bridegroom, served M ushers. ' . . A wedding breakfast for immediate; families- families- followed at the home of that bride's parents and a reception for) many friends of the couple was held In the afternoon. The bride , is a graduate of Net York Medical College and Howe?' Hospital and Mr. Lynch is a graduate; of Lafayette College. He is a civil en gineer connected with Sloan 'dc- 'dc- Qe consultant engineers, New York City. After a short wedding trip . tha couple will reside In New York.