Clipped From The Bradford Era
35 Mary Elisabeth Kervin To Louis / Maker in Miss Mary Elizabeth Kervin, daughter of Mr. and D. E. Kervin, Dallas, Texas, formerly of this city, the bade of Louis Joseph Maher, son of Mr. and Edward R. Maher, also of Dallas, Saturday morning, at Holy Trinity Church with the Rev. Austin Minogue officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of ivory satin designed with a sweetheart neckline nnd sprays of seed pearls nnd silver beads accenting the f i t - ted basque bodice. The full skirt swept into a cathedral-length train. Her finger-tip veil of imported bridal illusion fell In full circular tiers from a tiara of imported French orange blossoms nnd il lusion. She carried a prayer book topped with white orchids and lilies of the valley and showered with stephanotis. Mrs. D. F. Kelliher, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor and Miss Helen Kervin attended her sister as maid of honor Miss Margaret Kervin, another sister of tho bride, was bridesmaid and Miss Loretta Kervin was Junior brides- inn Ids. Thomas H. Maher served as best man for his brother and groomsmen groomsmen were Richard J. Kervin and D. F. Kelliher. Ushers were R A Fiume and Maurice Butler Jr. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents followlnp the ceremony nfter which Mr. and Mrs Mather left on a wedding trip to Sea Island, Oa. On return they will live at 4805 Bowser Ave., Dallas. The bride Is a graduate of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Terre Haute, Ind., and Mr. Maher Is a graduate of SprinR Hill College, Mobile, Ala. Among those attending from Bradford were 1 Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Kervin and Mrs. George Me- Carty. St. Froncis Altar Society to Hold Card Parly Nov. St. Francis Altar Society will sponsor a card party Wednesday evening, Nov. 5, at 8 o'clock in Bernard's Auditonum The following following committee is in charge General chairman. Mrs. Leo Brown; lunch, Mis Mclle Murphy; leservations, Mis Gordon Healy; coke bar, Mrs. H G. McMillen; prizes, Mrs. J C Maitlnnd and Mrs. I.. L. Thiel Tables, Mrs I. H. Sporcr, candy, Mrs. Peter DePalma, and serving, Mrs. I L. Thicl. Each table is required required to furnish n dock of cards Reservations mny he n h t n l calling Mrs Honly 6092 Mis William William Bennlng 9340, Mrs. E. Bockwith Bockwith 4000 or Mrs. G Peterson 980.!. Rhea B. Johnson, William D. Miller Engaged to Wed Mr. and Mrs. C Oscar Johnson, of Springvllle, N.Y., announce tho engagement oC their daughter, Rhea Bernlce, to William Dom Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. W Frank Miller, of this city. Miss Johnson is a graduate of Ihe Syracuse University and Mr. Miller Is a graduate of Yale University. University.