Newspaper Wedding Announcement Mary Kehoe & William Brady
Norristown Daily Herald, Thursday January 29, 1920
Brady - Kehoe Wedding in St. Matthew's Church
Ceremony Took Place at 1.30 O'clock
Followed by Dinner In Philadelphia
St. Matthew's Church was the scene of a pretty wedding yesterday afternoon,
when Miss Mary Elizabeth Kehoe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kehoe,
of No. 217 Hector street, became the wife of William A. Brady, of Wissahickon.
The solemn ceremony was performed by Rev. Father Smith at 3.30 o'clock.
The bride was attired in a blue tricotine gown, hand embroidered and
blue hat of fine braided straw, faced with georgetie; and black patent leather
slippers. Her corsage bouquet was of white roses and lilies of the valley.
The bridesmaid Miss Mary E. Blanche, cousin of the bride, of No. 239 Spring Mill
Avenue, wore a dark blue tailored suit and a large blue hat trimmed with
uncurled ostrich plumes; black patent leather slippers; and a corsage
bouquet of pink roses.
The groomsman was Andrew Monahan, of Philadelphia, cousin of the groom.
After a reception the bridal party motored to Philadelphia, where a wedding
dinner was served at Kugler's. Last evening the bride and groom left for Atlantic City,
where they will spend their honeymoon. They will be at home after February 15th,
in their newly furnished house, No. 4011 Dexter street, Manayunk.
The groom is a prosperous contractor and builder, of Wissahickon.